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Your Guide To The Calligraphy Haircut And Who Should
Get One
Mature Hair
If you've started noticing grays, you've likely also noticed how they are wiry, drier, and more prone to frizz. Interestingly, this makes them perfect for a calligraphy cut — a hair-cutting technique that requires a specialized cutting tool and a very specific angle — which will allow more moisture back in and create a softer appearance.
Natural Curls
Curly hair often struggles to absorb and keep moisture, which can cause frizz, breakage, and a looser, more lackluster curl pattern. Angled cutting has the same effect on curly hair as it does on a flower stem, allowing them to retain hydration and absorb nutrients better.
Natural Waves
Wavy hair shares the same tendency towards dryness and frizz as curls, but with none of the benefits of huge volume and show-stopping ringlets. A hydrating calligraphy cut can help natural waves to restore their delicate wave patterns that have succumbed to damage.
Long Hair
Having a long hair length can often weigh down your hair and make them look shapelessly flat. In this case, a calligraphy cut is ideal for providing long layers that offer maximum movement, showcasing each highlight and curvature to add visual interest and flow.
Short Hair
The key to a stunning short haircut is seamless blending that prevents any blunt cuts or harsh lines. The softness that an angled calligraphy cut will offer is unbeatable when
it comes to crafting the most sophisticated layered short haircut you've ever imagined.