With regard to caring and styling, the perfection of your gradient haircut is based on three factors: volume at the roots, healthy ends and well-defined levels.
What is the Gradient
The gradient is to the hairstyle world what the white T-shirt is to the fashion world: a basic must every time. And the advantage is that the gradient cut adapts to all face shapes and all types of hair: short gradient, long gradient, tapered gradient, gradient with fringe.
The principle of the degraded cut: some locks are cut shorter than others for hair that looks more structured and voluminous.
By opting for the gradient, we offer multiple possibilities: give shape and hold to a long haircut, twister a mid-length cut a little too classic, pop a short square, emphasize the features of the face …
The long gradient, for a structured and natural cut
The long gradient is the ultimate sexy haircut, the one you can spend hours pinning on Pinterest waiting impatiently for your hair to grow back.
Better defined, the cut is more chic, while remaining natural. We get inspired by the very 70s’ look of Selena Gomez or the wavy long gradient of Blake Lively.