Jordan had let things get a little too overgrown, too 1970s-David-Cassidy feathery. That can happen when you have thick, dense hair. The fix: trimming the fat, especially on the sides. "I cut Jordan's hair finger-length with scissors, not clippers," Blackmore says. "It gave him a softer look that balanced out his narrow face." Consider it the modern man's version of the high and tight.
Messy and full of body, the British bad girl's hair shows off her wild side — and gives a nod to Brigitte Bardot. "Use a tong to create waves and backcomb the crown of hair to give it height," says Buckett. "When pulling hair back, make the sides tight and the top loose to ensure that you don't lose the volume and bump on the crown. Mess up the ponytail and pick out bangs and fringe on the side."
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