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The ends and layers of this blonde mane are jagged cut to give this casual hairstyle a textured look and feel. The body and volume through the ends makes this low-fuss style great for those wanting a 'do to compliment a square face. Regular trims every 4-6 weeks is needed to prevent split ends.
Heidi Klum looks chic and sexy here in wavy layered locks that fall just past her shoulders. This hairstyle looks great with her square face shape as it camouflages her broad forehead and highlights her strong cheekbones. Heidiâ€™s â€˜do also makes the most of her fine hair type and pumps up the volume, thanks to the large waves that have been added throughout her ends. The length is also working well for her here as square-shaped faces look great with longer cuts that balance out any excess width in the face.
Heidi has a medium tanned complexion with golden undertones and green eyes. This makes her suited to wearing hair colors that have a golden base to them. Here, she goes for a light honey blonde shade that looks great with her skin tone and eye color. This sun-kissed blonde tone looks fabulous paired up with a dark honey base that can be seen in the under layers, providing the hair with a natural looking finish.
- Scissor Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, and 41 - 50
- Forehead Height
- 30 minutes
- Tip your head upside down and rake your fingers through the top section of hair to create a fuller and messier style.
- Mousse, Gel Spray, Smoothing Shine, and Moulding Cream
- Blow Dryer and Curling Iron
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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. Blow-dry Using a Paddle Brush
Working in sections starting from the back, place the paddle brush close to the roots and drag it through the strands slowly, taking care not to overheat your hair. Once dry, continue to a new section, completing the back, the sides and then the top section last of all.
4. Curl Mid-lengths and Ends with a Curling Iron
Take a small section of hair and place the ends at the base of your curling iron barrel and then wrap the hair up around the barrel until you reach your mid-lengths. Hold the hair for 5 to 10 seconds and then release the hair by unwinding the strands backwards.
5. Style the Back Messy Using Moulding Cream
Apply moulding cream to your palms and then roughly rub the moulding cream into back of your style. For a messier finish use circular hand movements.
6. Style Sides Messy Using Moulding Cream
Apply moulding cream to your sides using your fingertips and mess the hair in a circular motion, piecing the ends out as you go and as messy as you like. For a softer hold, use only a small amount of moulding cream.
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.
To finish, evenly mist gel spray around the top, sides and back to create a lasting style.