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Aubreyâ€™s â€˜do is a real head turner! She has taken a bold move here and gone for dark black roots and silver lengths and ends. Silver or grey hair (that isn't naturally occurring) has been showing up more and more on the red carpet as a fashion statement, so this may be the next big thing.
Aubrey has jumped on this trend and is working this cool shade of hair, styled up with a center part and long loose layers. While this is a shocking hairstyle, you have to give credit for Aubrey for being brave enough to give it a go!
These ombre grey locks are left out to fall over the shoulders showing off the layers cut around the sides and front to lighten the length and encourages subtle movement for body and volume. If you want to copy this â€˜do, visit a stylist who is very skilled in the art of hair color. Aubrey has ended up with a cool smoky grey, but without a professionalâ€™s touch it could have ended up looking green, ruddy or just plain damaged! This look is easy to maintain with regular trims and needs product for shine and hold.
- Scissor Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, and 41 - 50
- Forehead Height
- Neck Length
- 20 minutes
- Direct your hair into position while applying the finishing products.
- Mousse, Wax, and Smoothing Shine
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Apply styling mousse to damp hair, using your palm as a measuring guide, and evenly distribute it along the hair shaft. Styling mousse will add hold and can help achieve better results.
Using the corner of your comb and standing in front of a mirror find the middle of your nose and then drag the comb straight up slowly until you reach your hairline and then continue back in a straight manner to achieve an even middle part. A middle part is a great way to make small, round face shapes appear longer and thinner.
3. Use a Blow-dryer and Fingers to Dry Your Hair Off
Using your blow-dryer, dry your hair using your fingers, separating the hair and allowing it to dry at the roots first then the mid lengths and then the ends. Making sure the roots are dry first will ensure that your hairstyle does not fall flat.
4. Piece the Ends Using Wax
Apply a small amount of wax to your fingertips and then lightly piece and pinch the ends of your hair.
Apply a very small amount of smoothing shine to the palms of your hands and then run it through the mid-lengths and ends of your hair. Be careful not to add any to the roots or a large amount to any section of the hair as smoothing shine can be very heavy on the hair, weighing it down and making it appear oily.