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Edgy Hairstyle: Short/Long Amazing Asymmetric Trend-setter!

This fantastic, eye-catching makeover haircut created by Cedric displays his mastery over the whole range of cutting techniques!

Asymmetric extremes

The shorter side has been clipped from a slightly off-centre parting and shaped around the ears, leaving a short point in front.  And in a dramatic contrast, the longer side is angled down from the back to a beautifully sleek chin-length bob, blunt cut and falling slightly over the eye!

Original

The back is just so original and clever!  It’s buzz-cut into a neatly shaped V at the nape and then graduated up towards the crown leaving a layer of smoothly draped one-length hair falling from the crown!

This super-trendy new look is perfect for giving clients a really individual hairstyle!

Before:

Before the Cut

Before the Cut

After:

Modern Asymmetric Haircut for Women

Front View: Modern Asymmetric Haircut for Women

Hot Asymmetric Short Haircut for Women

Left Side View: Hot Asymmetric Short Haircut for Women

Amazing Short Haircut 2013

Right Side View: Amazing Short Haircut for Women

Back View of Stylish Modern Short Cut for Women

Back View of Stylish Modern Short Cut for Women

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2 thoughts on “Men’s Hairstyle Trends for 2013”

  1. therundown2k3 says:

    For me it’s very appealing, tantalizing even.

    Is different from the natural one hairstyle with fringes?’
    Cleopatra’s was a little bulging on the sides, like cobras, a snake with which the Egyptians were obsessed. The European has the tips bent to inside and upwards, really beautiful.
    Did the fringe exist naturally in all cultures? Based on ancient paintings it seems so, right?
    On Caucasian women grows naturally like that, but again, some mothers comb the hair of their daughters at the sides backwards but where did this came from? From natural instinct based on natural patters as common sense may dictate and/or based on stylish works of ancient hairdressers?
    But how powerful is the image of a woman with a hairstyle like this for most people, not just men, but her own mother and father who are the first ones who praise her beauty.

    The most iconic woman with it I think appears to be a model on Marie Claire magazine on the affiche of a French perfume, her hair was dark and her eyes grey. The most perfect setting for wearing the Cleopatra hairstyle?
    That combination described belongs to the realm of typical things. You know, French, alpine women pale white, grey eyes, 5’7”, with a beautiful hyperbolic nose of 45 deg., fleshy medium and triangular lips painted in red.
    Another good example of beauty that can wear it was Sarah Douglas with her big almond eyes, pale skin and straight nose.
    But I think no matter how a woman eyes could be, this hairstyle fits perfectly to women with pale skin, yellowish like many blondes, red, pink, peachy, to all of them equally.

    Recently the new TV commercial of Heineken shows a brunette with trapezoidal grey eyes, half blue, and white skin, and it caused me the impression that made possible my question.
    I think she in fact could have brown hair or blonde, they straightened her hair, added the best polishing products and voilá. A radiant and perfect woman Cleopatra’s style.

    Loona on her video Heaven, used a platinum blonde wig that turned into a machine of attraction.

    Milla Jovovich was a brunette, for the Ultraviolet movie, she was envisioned with the Cleo style on her, tight clothes, and she turned into another iconic temptress, more beautiful than what she had been on her other movies. The fantasy of the producer, scenographer, the sketcher or the scene director became true with a woman like her stepping on this earth.
    Angelina Jolie is wearing it on her movies as super agent. There have been others, but in lewd movies doesn’t worth to mention.

    What do you know? And this is the best hairstyle for you?
    If I had changed seductive instead of beautiful, I think the answers were quite different. I tried to make you to notice this is the most utilized on movies at any epoque, like Jennifer Gardner, Jennifer Aniston and Natalie Portman, so it is the most admired, tempting because it has that aura of innocent woman and temptress at the same time. And see that it returns with so much strength from time to time just because of its relative simplicity (you need a woman with a beautiful hair to do that).

    Also its inherent simplicity is what makes it matter of remembrance that has to be rescue from the past to produce a desired effect. Typically, the image and innocence, malice, and or seduction.

    Of course Farrah Fawcett’s hairstyle, with that curves is maybe one of the most seductive in history. And the braided hair of Jennifer Lawrence (although i hate her movies) it can be seen like cute, ethereal, innocent, perfect for a when a wife (in occasions i would ask her to use a Cleo’s wig

  2. RxP DarkBox says:

    What hairstyle/haircut does he have in fast and furious 1 & 2? He has a wavy, thick smooth type hair and I have straight, thick hair trained forward (asian/male). How would I ask a barber to cut my hair like his. I’m still growing it out to be long and as soon as its long enough I’ll go from there. Please good answers, thanks!

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