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In this episode Brad discusses the benefits of convertible hair styles and how you can request a similar style at the salon.
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Convertible Hair Style Tips
Hey guys how are you doing? It’s Brag Graham from BragGrahamTV.com and I’m here with my wonderful model Nate today what I’m going to talk about is convertible haircuts. You know people are in the salon and I get this emails so people ask me shall I cut my hair short or should I keep it long and what is great about this haircut, it’s convertible. It looks like a shortcut and it is and it looks like a longer cut and it is. And also today we’ve notice everybody’s got this A-line bob and I think you have it originally didn’t you? And you know we’re sick to seeing those. You’re seeing those in the old nannies of the back of the shop and in Church on Sundays so what was great thing about this haircut, we kept that length as if we had and A symmetrical bob, that A-line bob that you see everywhere. And what we did was on this side as I spin around, this is a great little cut. It’s very tight and its form fitting so it comes narrow into the temple here and really short through here.
When you see from this side, if you don’t know that sides there, it’s like a short and sort your Halley Berry haircut or a twisted pixie sort of the style haircut. But as I said because it’s convertible, you have the opposing side much like a Gemini cut. But this is like soho shag because you have that shorter texture from the top back and then you have that longer hair on the front sides and you can smooth this out because of the lay. I’ll just going to come through a little bit and dress it a little less aggressively if you’re wondering do I have to have my hair always spiked up like that. No, I mean, we can just smooth that out a little bit with the comb to much cleaner softer look. But here’s a great thing about it, by just grabbing that and this is what we mean by a convertible cut. I can literally make it look as if.
It’s a short pixie haircut all over just by dragging that behind I mean that’s a great option to have. And if you’re working too or you’re down and maybe at work and your heads down and you’re working on s computer or you write a lot this could get in your way. So there’s a great option to have, so you know think about this type of haircuts next time you do y our hair salon. Better yet book with us, we’ll give you the haircut but obviously people rushes all over the place but yes talk to hairdressers out, convertible cuts and styles. It gives you a great option to go from simple, sleek to getting your hairnet with a texture really aggressively trying it out. It also bring in a whole different balance to the same hair cut and you know this are really age defying.
You don’t have to say well I got to be 16 years old to wear this haircut. That is not true, I mean these things depending on the length here you could bring it up to the jaw it doesn’t have to be as extended or as aggressive as we have on Nate. But it’s something that you have a great trust to do and change up your look so you don’t get bored. The biggest thing is that we get bored of what we’ve got. So stop yourself from getting bored try something a new cut. It’s so really fun, a very easy to style. You’re basically using your hands and you’ve got the great option. This is Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. Talk to you next time.