Women's Hair Cuts
No matter your face shape -- round, oval, square, heart or long -- there will be haircuts that look best on you, and a few that aren't flattering. The right cut can make every head of hair behave. Give your straight hair the perfect cut, and you’ll go from flat to full-of-life. Cutting your wavy, curly or highly textured hair with precision will leave you frizz-free with bounce in every step.
Today the trend is for effortless, quick and changeable looks. Colouring has more personality; it’s not one method suits all anymore. Whether you want a painterly technique that imparts a subtle, glittering effect or pretty “pastelising” that allows you to change your hair colour almost as often as your clothes, a new you has never been so easy or fun to achieve.
You must have a consultation with one of Artisan's finest color technicians
If you want natural shine and healthier looking hair then you need to take care of it. Protecting your hair from external damage that can destroy hair health is our goal at the salon and to ensure that you follow a routine with the correct product. Fine, coloured, dry and porous hair is prone to heat damage which can visibly destroy your hair.
When styling your hair be sure to have an Artisan specialist give you professional advice on the use and care of products for your hair at home .
It’s important to keep in mind when selecting a new style you must have realistic expectations. If your hair is straight and fine, a style that is thick and wavy won't work unless you are prepared to let your stylist give you a permanent. When looking through photos and searching for a look have a stylist from Artisan Salon guide you to the right one for your bone structure and face type
Maybe you let your hair grow (and grow and grow) all winter. Maybe you're done with bangs. Maybe your one-length crop is feeling blah. Whatever your hair woes, we've gathered the prettiest haircuts of the moment: Super-short, model-long, and every inch of in-between bob
A timeless style made
modern with a clean
and low side part.
Blunt ends at a sharp back-to-front angle feel both polished and edgy.
Her long strands are snipped on the Diagonal right at the ends
Cheekbone-skimming layers lend femininity to a boyish crop.
Growing your bangs is easy with a style like this
It's crisp, classic, and irresistibly cute.
The cut falls below the chin but above the shoulders styled with a long side bang.
We make a deep side part applying product to that section only, pin and fluff
To give one-length and feathery ends are flipped up and out.
Undercut hairstyles can be intimidating for the uninitiated because, well, shaving part of your hair is kind of terrifying! So, what's so great about an undercut and why exactly should you think about getting one?
1 It's just. So. Cool!!!
The contrast of short, buzzed strands and longer locks looks effortlessly cool with every texture, from kinky hair to pin straight strands.
2 It doesn't have to be obvious
Depending on where the undercut is on your head, it doesn't actually have to be obvious. You just need to figure out how to make the location of your undercut work when keeping it under wraps is non-negotiable. It can be hidden with longer tresses, buried under the rest of your hair at the nape of your neck, or confined to a small strip behind your ear.
3 It's perfect for thick hair
With thick hair, buzzing the hair at the nape of the neck removes the bulk created by the lower layers. This leaves the rest of the hair more room to move and expand when it needs to. Just make sure you apply a smoothing product to the longer sections while the hair is still damp to minimize frizz.
4 It cuts styling time in half (literally)
Due to the reduced density of an undercut hairstylle, drying and styling won't take nearly as long as it did before. Basically, there's less hair to deal with, so less time is required to wash, dry and style it!
5 It gives you options
Perhaps surprisingly, getting an undercut can help you get motivated to try some new hairstyles. Braiding along the edge helps to draw attention to it, as does wearing your hair up if your undercut is at the back or behind your ear. Similarly, getting the side shaved might also persuade you to wear your hair down more often in an edgy, sideswept look.
What do you think? What would convince you to try an undercut if you haven't already?