The Best Haircut For Your Hair Type

Looking for a new haircut this spring? Check out expert hair stylist, Tomy Biton’s  best haircut for you.

 

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Fine and Straight– try a long blunt bob. This cut will give you the bulk and density you are missing

slena gomezThick and Straight– Try a long feathered layers starting from just below your chin. This will give your hair some sexy movement

Fine and Wavy– keep you hair medium length, a few inches below your shoulders. Add a side swept bang to polish your look. Keep yoMichelle Monaghanu cut blunt to add bulk and thickness

Thick and Wavy- Use thinning shears to soften your ends and long layers all around to give your hair movement and softness

124153332SB009_I_Don_t_KnowThick and Curly– thick curls need weight to keep them down so do NOT cut layers at the top. Keep your hair below your shoulder and layer from underneath for movement. Also ask for uneven ends, it will work with your wild curls and soften your look. A blunt haircut will make your hair look bottom heavy

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