Look 1: Natural Finish with asymmetry and color in unison with cut. This longer layer razor cut plays up texture and movement, while the heavy bang with undercutting creates wing and interlocking shapes that allow for a free flowing a-symmetrical line with a soft base.
Look 2: Creating Textures in Styling with Micro-Crimpers. Arrojo uses a micro-crimper to create an illusion of additional thickness and increased volume."Here I wanted to create something really modern, while retaining the length and bringing in lots of movement," says Arrojo. He heavily layered the hair with a razor to expose meticulously placed color that flows from within the cut instead of sitting on top of it. Using Arrojo's new Ombre hair color technique, foils with intense red and golden tones are pivoted around each ear in a C-shaped pattern, going heavier on the right with back-to-back slices for more intense red and golden tones are pivoted around each ear in a C-shaped pattern, going heavier on the right with back-to-back slices for more intense color then combining weaving and slicing on the left for an asymmetrical look and styling variety. Arrojo finishes cutting the hair to release the color, leaving the bangs slightly asymmetrical to fall longer to the right. he creates softness and definition by working with a straight-edge blade.
Look 3: Multi-Styling Effects with Color and Hot Tools"Space and softness give this finish an undone elegance," says Arrojo, who used a large-barrel curling iron to create a modern set and bring out the sophisticated detail of the cut.