The Cut: Long With Subtle Layers
Celebrity Inspiration: Margot Robbie
Description: This cut is very similar to Sara Sampaio’s, proving that it’s a versatile cut that suits a variety of hair textures and face shapes. The primary difference is that Margot Robbie’s long layers start higher on the face and they’re subtler. Again, your stylist should make sure the layers frame your face to better highlight your features.
Style It: To re-create Margot’s beach waves, Maciques says to “apply a salt spray to damp hair, section by section, as you blow-dry the hair with a round, natural bristle brush. The spray itself expands the cuticle and has some tackiness to it, which automatically gives texture.” For additional texture, use a 1.5-inch curling iron to curl random, tiny sections throughout.
Who It Works For: “I recommend this look for round faces with thicker hair since it elongates and narrows out the face shape,” advises Maciques.