Long and Strong
The cut: Long and strong
Description: "Get rid of the straggling long pieces and blend in your layers so your hair flows together," Reyman explained. "Let the permitter (the edge of your hair) be as straight across as possible in the back and through to the front. You can still have hair that moves by point cutting and removing weight from the inside. Any texture works with this cut, just make sure it's not too dense, so manage density."
What to ask for at the salon: "Always bring images of something that visually reflects what you want," he said. "Ask your hairdresser to keep the perimeter strong and ensure the hair has some texture and movement. No heavy ledges!"
Styling tip: "Put some bend into the hair once straight to create some movement," Reyman advised. "Use a soft styling cream like Aveda Light Elements Texture Creme ($24) to create some movement."