Long Hair, No Fringe
Sometimes simplicity is the best idea. If you have healthy strands, show them off with this lengthy minimalist look that involves light layering and a lack of pieces around the eyes.
What to ask for at the salon: You want your hairdresser to "leave the back perimeter long, strong, and even and add subtle long layers around the face help the hair move," explained Reyman. "Do not ask for a v shape in the back. This is not a thing. Hair should be one length across the back. Extra light on the layers!"
At-home styling tip: According to Reyman, this cut is super multifunctional. "Wrap dry with an oil product and a light hold product and finish with an oil for the smooth, sleek look we see on Gigi," he said. When it comes to everyday wear, he suggests letting it dry naturally and expand a bit. You can also use round brush to set it during heat styling and get big voluptuous curls. "Or book an appointment for a custom braid," he said. "Take advantage of the versatility."