The world is full of contradiction, and that is why we love it. Digital or analog, artificial or natural, bold or simple… Each has its own beauty and it’s too hard to pick just one. From nostalgic outfits accentuated with cyber goggles to earth-colored looks paired with pink faux eyelashes, the latest runway shows also featured a variety of paradoxical elements to create an inclusive, future-conscious mode. Never afraid to be inconsistent, but be honest to what you love. That is the answer.
Add twisted allure with vivid colors to the pure, innocent femininity of the style
Create above-the-eyebrow bangs and thin them out until see-through. Cut the rest into a short bob in order to reveal the face line. Color it neutral purple and add yellow, the complementary color, to the left side mainly on the tips. Rub oil for a wet look, and style the bangs and sides tight with gelée.
A boldly updated '80s style with a hint of simplicity
Feel contradictory aesthetics in the modern accent color
A mullet style with long nape hair and shaved sides. The bang should be cut in wide and blunt. Add highlights radially to emphasize the bangs, then color them orange. To finish up, apply gelée to the entire hair and spread it with a comb to flatten the surface for a sophisticated look.
Enjoy the colors on the roots like wearing jewelry
An androgynous mullet style with both strength and nicety
Cut with plenty of layers for a vibrant look. Apply orange color on the roots and blue on the rest of the hair to create a stylish contrast. Add an extra mood around the face by creating outward curls with a flat iron. Set the hair with spray and then loosen it by hand. Use oil for a glossy finish.
A solid, natural bob style with an artificial accent for comfortable oddity
An inverted mullet hair with wide bangs and decorative design around the face. Add highlights radially on the top, while adjusting the volume to make it look light and round. Apply oil lightly after drying for a natural feel. Give extra shine and moves on the tips with luster spray.
Odd yet well-balanced hime cut in highly contrasted colors and fluffiness
Cut chest-length hair into bob-length on the sides with long bangs. Dye the hair from the roots to the jaw white beige, the lower 2cm red and the rest in a dark shade. Apply oil before drying, and then use a flat iron to curl the upper parts inwards and the lower parts outwards to make s-shaped waves on each side. Style with cream for a round look and spray for an airy finish.
The latest combination style with bold shading between colors and cutting
Cut the hair into an inverted gradation short, leaving the nape long. Add dark gray lowlights with slicing technique to the blond base. Rub oil on the entire hair and comb it through for a sleek look. For some areas that should be kept tight, use grease to style
Mix and match bowl-cut bangs and bouncy bob A bi-color design for both strong presence and vulnerability
Cut the hair into bowl-cut bob with extra wide bangs, and taper the inside to adjust the volume. Bleach the bottom section and color it clear blue to create a contrast with the top section. Apply oil as a finishing touch to make it shine and brighten up the color. Use luster spray to give a silky texture and an airy feel to the tips.
Creating delicate moves with simple yet sophisticated colors and impressive layered bangs
Cut wide bangs on shoulder-length layered bob. Color the hair coral pink and brown beige in the similar tone to create a contrast on the surface of the bangs. Apply cream to reduce the volume at the roots and gather it along the neck. Use a flat iron for a textured finish, and to curl the bangs to give an airy look.