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poisonous_kiss8907 asked:

02 Feb 2010

What would a haircut with subtle layering that tapers up toward the face look like?

I have medium length hair (little past my shoulders) and I read online that a good look for me is one with subtle layering that tapers up toward the face. But its kind of hard to find a picture. I plan on getting my haircut, just not sure how. It is thick, but I plan on getting it thinned out to help get rid of some volume. Any other ideas are appreciated!



fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 02 Feb 2010

i cannot find a picture that says/shows exactly what that is, but going by what it sounds like its not that fancy or difficult to figure out.


Hair stylists have their own language. If you can master some of the more common terms, it will help you to get the cut you want. Here are some examples and my attempt at layman's definitions for the everyman:

Bob - cut straight across without any layering. "All one length" kind of idea.

Layers - you either want them or you don't. It means cutting in some hair that's shorter but leaving other hair longer (usually it means keeping the length but adding layers for fullness and style).

Taper - Angling the hair so that it gradually goes from a shorter to longer area.

Texturize - It sort of takes some of the heaviness or weight off, and gives it a little depth without necessarily making it appear shorter.

-found off

subtle layers means not chunky and not a lot-so not a lot of "tapering" either. if youre wanting to get it thinned out then just tell the stylist to thin it out which may be doable no matter what picture or style you want. when you have a specific look you want then you will want to find it and bring it in, but otherwise you can just tell her certain things you know you want and hopefully she is good enough to know to make it look good on you and your face shape.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 02 Feb 2010

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