Saturday afternoon was a gorgeous one. Neither too hot nor too windy, it was that cusp of summer that makes one want to hop down the street swinging their hair. Speaking of hair, I also spent a little time over at MUSE Salon to get a warm weather hair update.
Since I like to keep my hair medium to long, I space my visits every 5-6 months when my previous cut has grown out beyond my styling capabilities and I need a fresh new look. This time, I brought along my camera and the very accommodating staff at MUSE let me film a short video to bring you all along for the experience.
- A fuller fringe helps to balance a longer face shape like mine but keep the sides of the fringe longer and tapered (instead of straight across the forehead) still helps to give the illusion of a smaller face.
- After wet cutting the general length and style of my hair, my hair was dried and then texturized to add “hidden volume” on the inside as layering on the outside can give frizz. This helps to give more natural looking body to my hair without the need to use mouse or tease my hair all the time.
Of course the responsibility that comes with owning a fringe is the constant upkeep. I do plan on keeping the look for a least a month or two so a few trim sessions are inevitable (a DIY post perhaps?) but I’m looking forward to nourishing this hair into something long and lush for the winter.