Hair Color Trends

Brilliant Brunette, Cut How-To

July 10, 2011 | 11:58 PM
Photo 1 of 16
Hair: Julien Farel Color: Michael Liang Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich, Fashion styling: Elodie Ozanne
Photo 2 of 16
Celebrity colorist and owner of his eponymous salon in NYC, Julien Farel, gives our model a face-flattering cut complete with a heavy fringe.
Photo 3 of 16
Photo 4 of 16
Begin the cut in the back. Comb down the hair from the nape and chip into the ends without projection.
Photo 5 of 16
Continue up the crown in one-inch horizontal sections, cutting to the guide.
Photo 6 of 16
Blend forward in two-inch horizontal sections directed slightly forward.
Photo 7 of 16
Take Mohawk sections from the top and direct forward slightly. Cut to the desired length.
Photo 8 of 16
Using this as a guide, comb forward and create a long, sideswept fringe.
Photo 9 of 16
Blend top, sides and front by directing sections forward and point-cut to the guide to create a face frame.
Photo 10 of 16
Now pull all hair up to the crown and point-cut into the ends, cutting to blend.
Photo 11 of 16
Blow dry over a round brush, wrapping back and away from the face.
Photo 12 of 16
Place in Velcro rollers to set the shape.
Photo 13 of 16
Finish with a shine and setting spray.
Photo 14 of 16
Photo 15 of 16
PRODUCTS AND TOOLS Shampoo and conditioner: Phytojoba Hairspray: Phytolaque soie Color: Platinium and Diacolor Gelée (in dark blonde) by L’Oréal Professionnel Brushes: Julien Farel Gloves: Product Club Shears: Jaguar Satin Razor: Feather
Photo 16 of 16

More from Hair Color Trends


FORMULA: White Opal Prismatic Hair Color

Lauren Salapatek | March 13, 2018

One look at this hair color and you'll feel like you're floating in the clouds! This dreamy, prismatic color can be re-created only with the help of Pravana VIVIDS Crystals. Created by the collective artists Melody and Michael Lowenstein, at Ross Michaels Salon, find out the formula inside.

Hair Color Trends
Hair Color Trends

Pastel Melt - DELICIOUS!

Maggie Mulhern | February 14, 2018

Melody and Michael Lowenstein of Ross Michaels Salon, the PRAVANA Collective hair artists behind the holographic hair movement, drew inspiration from the ever-popular Valentine’s Day sweet to create this seriously beautiful Candy Hearts-inspired look! Formula here.

Load More