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Edgy and Trendy

Lauren Salapatek | January 5, 2012 | 10:59 AM

Edgy and TrendyDavid Giuntoli, star of NBC’s Grimm is hardly grim in his modern style. This style is ideal for male clients who want to look edgy, while keeping their locks a little longer.

 

Try it: According to Doreen Guarneri, cocreator of Simply Smooth, Giuntoli’s cut can be achieved by executing a razoring technique to create the proper texture. This tool allows for a separated effect as the hair fills in. “To finish the look and manage the texture, use a volumizing crème to add volume and fullness— try Simply Smooth xtend Keratin Replenishing Conditioner,” she says.

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