First steps. Well, life right now is chaotic. Just as it has always been.
The first thing I have to do to set it right, is to stop wasting time. I just get so frustrated with myself sometimes. Why are all the girls cutting the concave hairstyle? I see it everywhere. Some are oki. The rest are just fugly. It kind of suits Singapore's weather though. A close friend of mine is currently going through a lot of heartache.
Wish I could help her somehow. It pains me to see her suffer so; what wouldn't I give to bear her pain. The only thing I can do is to pray. That overdue assignment hangs over me like the gallows. Whatever I do, I inevitably end up digging a grave for myself. This has got to stop.
15 years of my life I've spent living in regret. I won't look back anymore. I want to live; I want to experience life for all it has to offer. I want to fully utilize all that God has given me. So wake up girl, you have a lot to do.
Q: I have been taking an evening course in haircutting and I need to find out about convex and concave haircuts back view. Can you help me?
A: Basically, the answer lies in the etymology of the terms "convex" and "concave". / stacked haircut and classic bob back view hairstyle
The "convex haircut" is a layered-cut that creates outward movement in the hairstyle. It can be cut to have clear, hard lines, or very subtle soft lines, but will always result in an outward movement of the hair. An example of a convex hairstyle would be the classic Farrah Fawcett "tousled" look and the many modern variations.
The "concave" haircut has the opposite movement. The hair is cut with hard or soft lines to curve inward. Examples of this are the classic chin-length bob where the hair tapers inward, and styles like the "Dorothy Hamill" and the "Purdy" where the hair is sharply stacked in tapering layers, or over-directed to a stationary weightline.
The concave bob is a sophisticated look that has no layers. It's longer in the front and shorter in the back. This style looks great on most people but those with longer faces should avoid this style as the long pieces around the face make the face look even longer.
Women world wide from celebrities to secretaries are following suit, and the concave bob is the bob style to wear for fall 2007-2009. Let’s take a detailed look at this new and exciting concave bob hairstyle and how it is cut and colored.
The Back View Of The Concave Bob The talent and skill of Victoria’s stylist Ben Green starts here at the back, Ben started at the back hairline chipping the ends heavily as it graduated upward. This created a finished look that was blended yet still very texturized.
A textured and full finish was also styled from the crown area to the top back part of Victoria’s neck by slicing the lengths back view of bob hairstyle.
For Victoria’s color, the very bottom to the mid back the color of Victoria’s hair is a dark golden blonde, and from her crown to her mid back, Ben used blonde foils to create a piecey finish on top of Victoria’s darker blonde.
The Left Side Of The concave bob hairstyle
The left hand side of this bob has graduating short textured lengths but the front of this side has a jaw line graduated length which is styled to stay smartly placed behind her ear leaving the long angled right side to be the focal highlight of the style short curve hair
The shorter left side stays very natural in color with a darker tone from the back showing at the very back sides and then finishing up to lighter tones at her top where Victoria’s blonde highlights give her hair a natural sun kissed finish.
The true star of this outstanding bob hairstyle is that right side where the concaved effect is most prominent. The length of Victoria’s right side gently flows down her jaw line and then blends gracefully from her short textured lengths to her longer piecey strands at the front. Artfully placed color of various blonde shades give Victoria’s bob a very polished finish, posh if you will. The longer pieces at the front are further accentuated with additional shades of blond highlights concave bob hairstyles back view