Thursday, July 4, 2013

Hair Styles of the Stars...The Karlie Cut


Drawing inspiration from the "Hair Styles of the Star, Celebrities and Super Models" is how many find their way to a salon. If you're looking for a new modern hair style that fits your busy active life style... "the haircut of for the times"  has arrived. Vogue calls it the Chop, others call it the "Karlie Cut" named for American super model Karlie Kloss.
 Already a fashion world veteran at age 20, Karlie Kloss recently cut off seven inches of her dark blonde. Vogue declared it the “style cut of the moment” in a four-page feature story in their January 2013 issue, saying “the new hair cut is swingy, sexy and refreshingly easy to wear. The Karlie Cut can easily be adjusted with a few snips to suits all hair types (straight, curly, wavy), face shapes and adds a up-lifting modern hair style for women of all ages.

The length frames Karlie's face at just below the jaw and rests just above the shoulders with some layering in front and is topped off with brow brushing bangs. It’s neither "long or short_ a bob nor a shag, but a one-length haircut with a slight layer in front to frame the face. This low maintenance style-cut takes advantage of her natural wavy hair and just long enough to gel it back and add extensions for a longer look. Karlie love's her new hair style cut and can’t stop touching it. Best of all she doesn’t have to blow it dry everyday, just shampoo, condition, put on lipstick and mascara, finger comb and its good to go.

Versions of the Karlie Cut (curly, straight and wavy) with its length hovering some where between the chin and shoulders, with a few layers and fringe has been spotted on models like Arizona Muse, Catherine McNeil, Karen Elson and Lily Kwong.

“When somebody notable changes their hair style and finds their look, it sometimes catches on and becomes a trend.” The Karlie Cut has inspired an array of reactions in the hair styling and fashion world. Some stylist's and fashionista's are asking is the "Karlie Cut ..the Next ’Rachel? Isn't it about time that shorter hair styles for women of all ages make a come back?

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