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Cut with wet hair

Cut with wet hair

Our expert's opinion:
To give Liz's hair body, we're going to shorten the bit behind because there's already a fair bit of volume there. We'll keep her longer bits at the front with a plunging edge.
By leaving the longest strands, we'll create an asymmetric effect. This is a special trick we use at Jean-Louis David salons!

The hairstyle will be straight with sections of hair around the face to break up the bluntness of Liz's strong jawbones. To give her hair life, Jean-Charles will then mix very light blond colours at the back of the neck and monochrome at the front.


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