Bottleneck bangs are the new style, lighter on the curtain – See photos
If you’re looking for an easy, wearable and incredibly chic hair refresh, you need to know about bottleneck. This style was coined by London-based hairstylist Tom Smith behind the edge Margot Robbie wear to grace the cover of England Vogue back in August. Since then, momentum has grown for the first cut created by Robbie’s hairstylist, Bryce Scarlet, and experts predict it will be one of the most in-demand by 2022. .
Effectively, it’s a backup curtain There’s a shorter section in the center to create a miniature ridge just above the brow bone, while a longer tapering towards the edges hugs the cheekbones.
It’s a haircut that Smith has seen skyrocketing among her clients, and one that we still see pop up on her Instagram feed, but it’s a style that’s hard to describe, hence the need. must have a name. “The shape of the bangs or the bangs being narrower at the top then widens, like the shoulders of a bottle, then curves around and gives you that detail under the cheekbones. It’s real. that is very beautiful the 70s, but it’s also very now,” explained Tom in a video posted on his Instagram.
If you want to try it out for yourself, but you’re not sure what to ask your stylist, Smith will help you there, too. “Ask your stylist to style longer bangs that glide across your cheekbones at an angle that flattens your face and curves around to create a layer that sits somewhere between your cheekbones and your jawbone,” he says. “Then ask to cut the center part a little shorter, keeping the cut soft and chopped, with the shortest part in the middle gradually lengthening at the edges,” he adds.
Along with being on trend (see what we did there?), the bottle neck bangs provide some subtle contouring and framing around the face and cheekbones. “It’s a really good way to introduce you to the idea of a curly hairstyle because really, it’s a shorter layer that frames the face rather than a straight line,” he says. This indicates good news for growing it out. “As it grows out, it turns into a longer layer that sits above the cheekbones and gradually lengthens, so it’s a really low-commitment way to apply makeup,” says Smith.
Luxurious and Low maintenance level? Yep, that sounds good to us.
This story originally appeared on glamor.co.uk.
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