How would you describe this look and what’s your favourite thing about it?
I would call this the updated textured lob. It’s the new, “grown upversion of the long textured bob that has been popular for the past two years. It has soft, minimal layers and texture throughout, but with a phenomenal and blunt silhouette that we might be seeing more of this year, especially coming into fall.
My favorite thing about this look is certainly the fringe. We started with a blunt, straight across fringe about four months ago and transitioned it into this beautiful 70s-style curtain fringe by adding some sophisticated layers.
What products do you recommend to take care of and recreate this look?
For fine to medium hair, I might use a volume mist on the roots and a little bit of a blow dry cream from the mid shaft to the top. This adds that little bit of shine we all love and controls frizz. My go-tos are the Volumist from Davines and Hair Cream from TO112.
For thick hair, I might I would use a combination of the TO112 Hair Cream and TO112 Serum, starting on the ends and working your way up.
With textured styles I always finish the look with the Davines Texture Spray to offer it a little bit of definition and hold.
What type of client would you recommend this search for?
The good thing about this cut and length is that is basically works for any hair type or face shape. That said, medium length hair is the most versatile because it allows for the movement inherent in a textured lob. That being said, there isn’t a “one size fits all and even a cut like this must be tweaked to suit the client’s lifestyle. If they’re more wash-and-go, I’d leave the fringe out and do a more A-line silhouette so it’s less work. If they are into styling and drying their hair, the fringe adds that extra bit of interest to this look.