To achieve this short graphic shape, the UK-based Cult team used a combination of blow-drying through the top and crimping through the back to create a style that has an exaggerated stacked shape throughout the nape and movement through the top.
The team cut this short, bold and blunt fringe to offset the long, dark hair that they crimped and styled into a fuller square shape through the sides. They playfully added texture through the back.
To achieve this blunt bob, the Cult team clipped away a large V section through the top, and crimped the remaining lengths through the mid-lengths and ends to create a stacked effect. They then brushed out the hair and sprayed it to create width through the sides and back. To finish, they blow-dried the top and pinned it flat and off the face.
The Cult team first took a horseshoe section through the top of the head and cut the underneath using a classic short-round graduation technique and scissor-over-comb cutting. They cut the top with asymmetrical layers to achieve a strong balance, crimped the entire shape and brushed it out to create the expanded look.