Don’t Cut The Front: The Cut
With the don’t cut the front style, the cut is the bottom line! As indicated by the name, the hair is cut longer in the front than in the back, with a flowing transition. Note that the hair is not layered, but that the ends are cut blunt and slanted. That really brings out the trendy look! The hair does not have to be lob-length as with Chrissy Teigen’s don’t cut the front original – for chin-length, shoulder-length or extra-long hair, the cut with star appeal makes hair of any length look modern. The best thing about it: with the don’t cut the front look, all of the leading hairstyles (braided looks, top knots, updos) continue to be possible.
Don’t Cut The Front: The Styling
Not only is the trendy haircut super popular, it is also great for styling: a clear line is its main aspect, gentle waves the recipe for success! Chrissy Teigen (photo above) and Jennifer Lawrence (photo to the left) are the best examples. Model Chrissy Teigen wears the don’t cut the front look in a slightly messy version with braided (attention: trend detail!) side parting. Actress Jennifer Lawrence shines with the straight, sleek version including centre parting.
#dontcutthefront: Decide for yourself how to style your new cut – undone or sleek. Both are sure to succeed with Armin Morbach’s how-to help: