Honestly, has been full of surprises, but one beauty trend I never could have predicted was the bowl cut. Charlize Theron is the most recent celeb to make a case for the haircut moms are known for DIYing in kitchens across the country. The actress' new bowl cut is so convincing, I even considered getting one for a hot second. The transformation also included color by Shannon Gallacher. To keep Theron's hair looking shiny and vibrant throughout the coloring process, Abergil stepped in to treat it with Virtue's Color Kick and Restorative Treatment Mask. I asked Abergil his opinion on why the polarizing haircut is trending. Keep scrolling for proof.
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This look is best pulled off with statement makeup, vibrant hair color or extreme earrings. With one simple hairstyle, you can make the statement that has nothing to hide and everything to gain. Keeping your bangs longer, it still lets your bold arches peek through.
Charlize Theron—who has experimented with hairstyles ranging from a blonde buzz cut to a short brunette bob—recently took to Instagram to share what is perhaps her boldest hair transformation to date. As Toronto-based hairdresser Selena Hofmann points out, the DIY cut has long been a staple in working class households remember that haircut your mom gave you with a literal bowl and kitchen scissors? Edgy, fierce and a little nostalgic, the bowl cut is fashionable again and more stylish than ever. The modern bowl cut is all about finding the right proportions for your face and highlighting your best features. Leaving length in the bangs is also an easier transition, especially for those who have always worn their hair long. Hofmann suggests looking in the mirror and holding up your hair in different ways to experiment with new styles and see what you like. This type of cut works best on straight to wavy hair types.
It's nearly a rite of passage to endure a terrible haircut as a child. One style in particular is especially guilty — that's right, we're talking about you, bowl cut. The bowl cut is the Comic Sans of haircuts. It's become famous for being so dreadfully awful, to the point where it's almost funny. Ok, it's actually only funny when it's not on your head. Get that bowl back out, because you're going to want to hide your face in embarrassment when the memories come flooding back to you. Image: Picasa, Lloyd Smith. We're using cookies to improve your experience. Find out more.