The Classic bob hair cut 2018

The Bob hair cut has been around for Many years Vidal Sassoon created the amazing classic look geometric cut for actress  Mia Farrow, Since that day stylist across nations have put their own twist of this beautiful master piece , Many shapes start from this classic look, The famous Asymmetrical hair cut , the pixie , The shag,  Hair Colorist

Martin Rodriguez shares his ideas of this masterpiece. Thank you Vidal Sassoon.

Created with two comb technique Bob a line hair cut 2018

Bob cut

A libe bob pony tail technique

Asymmetrical hair cut

Hair cut and color by Hair colorist Martin Rodriguez

Acymetrical hair cutsAcymetrical back side

Colourwand

Hair cutting

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hair color by Martin rodriguez

Hair Painting

Martinrodriguez.com

THE PIXIEthe pixie

Pixie cuts were popularized first in the 1950s when Audrey Hepburn wore the style in her debut film Roman Holiday, and later in the 1960s by actress Mia Farrow and British supermodel Twiggy, then even later by Laugh-In star Goldie Hawn.[1] Jean Seberg also sported a pixie cut for Otto Preminger‘s melodrama film Bonjour Tristesse.[2]

The crop became fashionable again in the late 1970s and 1980s, with one of its most notable wearers being the actress Jacqueline Pearce in the British TV series Blake’s 7. The crop also was big in the mid 1990s, and Halle Berry appeared in the 2002 James Bond film Die Another Day wearing a crop. In 2010, Cate Blanchett and Hayden Panettiere also sported cropped hair.

Depending on the style, pixies range from as short as a half inch in some places to two or three inches long in others. Pixies are very easy to maintain and can be worn casually, or dressed up for special occasions.

 

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