24 Professional Hairstyles For Every Type of Workplace

Boring day at work? Well, your hair doesn’t have to be! Check out these 24 pretty and professional hairstyles that are perfect for the workplace.

Versatile Blunt Lob

Versatile Blunt Lob hairstyle Instagram @hannahstylist1234

Q&A with style creator, Hannah Mole
Hairstylist @ Bad Apple Hair Salon in Birmingham, UK

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a long blunt bob or lob. My favorite thing about it is that it’s very versatile. You can wear it sleek and straight to show off the sharp blunt cut, or in tousled waves for a softer look. You also still have a bit of length to put it up in a nice updo for an evening out.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To maintain the condition (as it’s heavily colored), I recommend Dumb Blonde shampoo and conditioner.

To create this tousled wave look, I recommend Catwalk Bodifying Spray for volume and hold. Use it on wet hair with a bit of blowout balm. Then use Catwalk Haute Iron Spray for heat protection while using the irons. Once curled with the irons, use a bit of Catwalk Texturizing Salt Spray to add texture and definition to the waves.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is best suited for hair that is fine to medium. It would suit a number of different face shapes as it’s a soft, mid-length style that is not too harsh and structured. The softly grown out fringe frames the face nicely.

This style would be perfect for a busy working lady or busy mom as you can tie it up and out the way during the day and still style it nicely for an evening out or weekend. Really let your hair down! It’s an easy to manage, super low maintenance hairstyle.

Lob With Babylights

Lob With Babylights hairstyle Instagram @hairbymemle

Q&A with style creator, Emily Patrick
Hairstylist @ Kiwi Salon in San Marcos, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would call this a longer version of a lob haircut. It can be worn at many different lengths and can still be pulled back into a ponytail. The slight drop in the front gives it that little bit of interest.

We are keeping her highlights a very fine stitch, sometimes called “babylights”, to help with grey blending. This means that her regrowth won’t be as harsh when it grows back in, giving it a more natural appearance.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

The products that I used on her style started with Unite’s 7 Seconds Leave-In Conditioner. It helps to detangle and add a thermal protectant that is light enough to layer and cocktail with other products. Then I used Bumble and bumble Thickening Full Form Mousse at her roots to mid shaft.

Finally, we finished with a little of Unite’s U-oil on the ends. Round brush using a 2 3/4-inch barrel (Tip: The bigger the barrel, the straighter the hair. The smaller the barrel, the more curl). I wanted just a little bend. Finish with Big Sexy Spray and Play hairspray.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This style can really work for a variety of women. It’s a low maintenance cut that doesn’t require a lot of upkeep on the client’s part. The subtle layers make it an easy style that can be curled, worn straight, or a messy bedhead look, which is my personal favorite.

The longer angle in the front is sleek and can be worn on any face shape if styled correctly. A good style lesson is just as important as your cut.

Pixie Perfect

Pixie Perfect hairstyle Instagram @opop66

Q&A with style creator, Mai Nguyen
Owner / Hairstylist @ Mai Hair Salon in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look brings you both luxury and personality. She is a manager, but she does have a rebellious personality. I like this style because when she first came to my salon with medium hair she wanted a short cut, but all previous hairstylists had said it was impossible to cut her hair since it was thick and coarse and her face was so big.

I created this hairstyle for her using a combination of thr round layers with concave technique and disconnection to reduce all weight, make rounder for her head, and have less hair. I also used a deep point cutting and slicing technique after the blow dry, helping it to be softer with more movement.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend DeDe shampoo and Davines conditioner to keep hair’s moisture and softness. You can use Mirage Oil of Delcolore Italy after a dry blow. When you go to a party, you can use wax or Volume Creator by Davines on top.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is for those who you can cut for medium or thick hair. For thin hair, you can also cut, but change the technique on top.

This look fits a round face or a large jawline. This look is for women who have a personality, but still looks soft and suitable for both office working and partying.

Modernized Bob

Modernized Bob hairstyle Instagram @foxyroxhair

Q&A with style creator, Brianna Officer
Lead Stylist @ GEO Hair Lab in Knoxville, TN


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as your classic bob, but modernized. Bobs are my favorite style of haircuts because they are timeless and super versatile. You can wear it professionally or add wave for a bit of sass.

The thing I love most about this particular cut is the invisible layering done in the interior of the cut. It allows for easy maintenance and grow out, but also gives the hair a smooth finished look. I also added soft texture throughout the cut which will allow maximum movement and the hair will feel light and airy to the client.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I used all Kevin Murphy products for this look. Kevin Murphy’s Smooth.Again line is perfect for this look because it not only protects from frizz and humidity, but it adds shine and cuts down on blow dry time as well. It is lightweight, so it is okay to use on fine hair as well.

I prepped the hair with Shimmer.Shine which is magic in a bottle and added the Smooth.Again creme to her hairline and the ends of her hair. To emphasize the texture, one can also use Bedroom.Hair or Doo.Over.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this cut for clients with fine to medium textured hair. Because of the blunt cut, anyone with thick/coarse hair would probably have to work a little harder to achieve the look, but it is not impossible. This look is perfect for any professional because you still have the option of adding wave/enhancing texture when need be.

I feel that anyone can rock this bob, you just have to tweak it to that specific person. If you have more of a round face, I would leave a little bit more of the length to help contour the jawline.

Super Layered Graduated Bob

Super Layered Graduated Bob hairstyle Instagram @lynzstyles

Q&A with style creator, Lynz Russell
Hair Artist @ The Parlour Encinitas in Encinitas, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a super layered graduated bob. It is layered so that it is testing the pixie boundaries.

What I love about it is that it can be tucked and tousled just right to expose this client’s super feminine features like a pixie cut, or it can be smoothed and set in front of the ears to create a more structured and symmetric graduated bob for a more powerful statement.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

This particular look is great with volumizing styling products like Imperial Blowout from Oribe to give the root fullness and help those layers reach their full potential. Follow it up with a finisher like Oribe’s Airstyle whipped finishing cream to piece out those layers and create a less fluffy and more lived-in look. A 90s mod princess is born!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

There’s something magical about a sexy, pixie-like cut on someone that has what I like to call elf or fairy-like features. They expose a person’s face and draw attention to women’s most attractive features like their eyes. They are also perfect on heart shaped faces. When adding a long asymmetric fringe, it perfectly draws attention away from a wider forehead and toward the eyes and softer features like the nose and chin.

Pixies are very youthful in the way they expose and frame slender necks and can be super dramatic just by switching up a part or product regimen. They can be super texturized for someone that has straight to wavy hair who likes to spray, scrunch and go, or can also be very structured for someone with any hair type to give off a bold, strong look.

All in all there is a short pixie-ish cut for anyone looking to show off their risky yet confident personality.

Asymmetric Bob With Square Layering

Asymmetric Bob With Square Layering hairstyleInstagram @carlihairington

Q&A with style creator, Carli Scroggins
Hairstylist @ Salon 5014 in Dallas, TX


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is an asymmetric bob that is straight across on one side and a-line on the other. It has square layering in the back which helps to collapse volume in the nape without creating to much of the “stacked” look.

My favorite thing about this cut is that it’s interesting but totally wearable for women in a conservative professional setting. It’s a cut that is easy to style and gives women a sleek, put together look. This cut is versatile as well. You can wear it straight or wavy, and to really amp it up for a night out, it’s fun to slick down the short side then add a bit of curl and lots of volume to the longer side.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Using a smoothing shampoo and conditioner would be good for this style since most people will wear it straight and sleek most of the time. Apply a smoothing product with heat protection (like R+Co High Dive) before blow drying.

If you still need more smoothness and shine, add a tiny bit of a shine product before finishing with a flat iron. I love the Kerastase Elixir Ultime for this because a little goes a very long way and it’s a fine spray so it distributes evenly through the hair.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This cut is best on someone who has medium texture and density. The sharpness will be lost on someone with very fine hair. Avoid this cut on really thick hair as it is likely to end up very bulky at the bottom. It will provide an elongating effect for people who want to reduce width in their face. I

f someone is a perpetual hair tucker, this cut isn’t going to be ideal. If the hair is always tucked behind the ear on both sides, it’s best to go with a bob that is straight across front to back. When tucked behind the ear, an a-line like this tends to create too much heavy bulk in that area. That’s part of the reason we decided to go straight across on the side this client tucks.

Subtle Angle & Long Layers

Q&A with style creator, Casey
Stylist @ Charles Ifergan Salon in Chicago, IL


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is the perfect look for today’s working professional. The subtle angle and long layers give you versatility in the fact that you can go from classy to chic with just a little help from your hot tools and products.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Today’s working professional needs to be able to create a look that is not only time efficient, but easy to maintain at home. Curls and waves are just one of many options, but they are my favorites because they help bring out the layers and the client’s beautiful features.

To achieve this look, I use my 1 1/4-inch BioIonic Stylewinder Iron to get the curl, then Moroccan Oil Curl Defining Cream to break up the look. Last but not least, I use Kenra Dry Texture Spray to finish it off.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

Any working professional is able to achieve this look with practice and patience. A slight angle and long layers is flattering on any face shape and hair texture, the key is simply knowing how to create this look. In order to do that, it is important to find a knowledgeable stylist that you connect with and are able to openly communicate what you are looking for. Once you find that stylist, the rest is easy.

Effortlessly Edgy

Effortlessly Edgy hairstyleInstagram @duncana_

Q&A with style creator, Anna Duncan
Designer @ Pump Salon in Cincinnati, OH


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as effortlessly edgy. I love that it’s feminine, but having it shaved underneath also gives it an edge that makes it unique.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

My go-to products for a look like this are by Bumble and bumble. I applied the Texture Gel-Creme to wet hair then blow dried with my hands to give good hold and texture. I finished with Bumble and bumble’s Sumo Clay to dry hair. This allows me to enhance the texture and give it a piecey finish.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I would honestly recommend this look to anyone wanting a big change! This style can be customized for different face shapes by simply cutting a longer version of this cut, adding more length to the front, etc. The woman in this picture actually has naturally curly hair and she rocks it both ways, so it’s a very versatile look.

Short & Textured Pixie

Q&A with style creator, Jenn Hunter
Hairstylist @ The Village on Main in Northampton, MA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a short, textured pixie cut. I love how easily the top of the hair falls into place while still retaining a great deal of movement.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend using a dry shampoo to really maximize the texture of this haircut, as well as a shaping wax to create a soft, piecey hold. I used Aveda’s Shampure Dry Shampoo and Aveda Light Elements Shaping Wax.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I suggest this look for someone with medium to thick hair who is able to to commit to regular salon visits to keep up the short cut. It would be a great fit for someone who wants a fun and chic look that is also easily styled.

Shiny Bouncy Layers

Shiny Bouncy Layers hairstyleInstagram @askformila

Q&A with style creator, Martha Oakes
Master Stylist @ Mitchell’s Salon and Day Spa in Cincinnati, OH


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would best describe the overall look as radiant, tousled, glossed, healthy, dimensional, light and lifted. My favorite thing about this look is the movement the hair has. The cut, color and style all work together to showcase this supple, airy movement.

The cut is light and layered. The color gives dimension and shine to the hair.  Lastly the style is bouncy, soft and full.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

My model had fine, thick and curly hair. I noticed that her hair seemed flat and dull in color, as well as weighed down. After a soft layered cut and some painted highlights, I used Oribe’s Straight away. I used a quarter-sized amount, starting in the more stubborn curly areas and working my way throughout her whole head.

Next I used Oribe’s Maximista, spraying at the root to give great lift and shine.  Lastly, I lightly misted Oribe’s Royal Blowout through her ends to give her added shine and airy separation. I used a bristle brush around her hairline in a flat wrapping motion to straighten the baby curls around her face. Then, I sectioned and used a 2-inch round brush to smooth and straighten her hair.

After drying and smoothing, I used a 1 1/4-inch curling iron to curl all of her hair. I finished with Oribe’s Apres Beach Spray.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for anyone who wants to have beautiful bouncy hair.  It truly works on anyone. Who doesn’t want healthy, bouncy hair?

This look does require some styling to create. I sectioned the hair, smoothed it with a round brush, and finished with a 1 1/4-inch curling iron. If you don’t mind spending some time styling in the morning, this look would be great for you. It works for most face shapes and with the right cut, it can be tailored to almost every hair texture.

Classic Bob with Modern Shattered Twist

Classic Bob with Modern Shattered Twist hairstyleInstagram @thedyejob

Q&A with style creator, Xander Jones
Master Stylist @ Hoshalls Salon and Spa in Folsom, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a classic bob with a modern shattered twist. My favorite thing about this look is the light piecey bang held just below the browline. This feature really helps add an edgy feel to a timeless style.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I always start with My Amazing Shake and Spray’ to quickly dry and add shine to the look. From there, you can add hairspray and be done if needed…or we can play!

Use My Amazing Dry Shampoo liberally to add lift and volume to bring some height to the style. To accentuate the texture, cocktail your favorite pomade with My Amazing Full and Thick Spray Gel and apply to the scalp outward, shaking your hands as you go to bring out the shattered texture. Don’t forget to spray hairspray directly into your hands and use it to piece out the bang to complete the look!

A short and precise bob like this should be fairly easy to maintain. The slight layering and texture should lend itself to easy styling.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is best suited for medium to fine hair types with little to no curl. It can be achieved with thicker or curly hair, but will take a fair amount of more effort to style. It looks gorgeous on a longer neck, and complements longer, thinner faces best as it will naturally round out the face.

This modern bob can be worn with any lifestyle as the cut is just long enough to be pulled back into a small ponytail for lazy days or workouts.

Long Textured Pixie Cut

Long Textured Pixie Cut hairstyleInstagram @hairbyrjbates

Q&A with style creator, Rebecca Bates
Owner / Licensed Cosmetologist @ The Hair Parlour in Oceanside, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a long textured pixie cut. It’s going to be extremely easy for my client to style daily and is very versatile. There are so many ways you could wear it since I left quite a bit of length in the front.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To recreate this look at home, I suggest washing and conditioning with Low Poo and One Condition from DevaCurl. It leaves the hair super hydrated and helps to fight frizz when diffusing or letting hair air dry naturally.

I also applied Beautiful Mess (another DevaCurl product) to her hair when it was damp and let it air dry naturally. Effortless!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for thick-haired girls that have some natural movement to their hair and aren’t afraid to go short. If you want to look chic with minimal work, this is the cut for you!!

Dimensional Icy Blonde Waves

Q&A with style creator, Ashley Williams
Owner @ Meraki Salon in Buford, GA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a professional, low maintenance color. My favorite thing about it is being able to bring the beautiful icy blonde look to my clients without the constant upkeep of needing her roots done AND without making her look washed out because we kept depth around her face. She gets the dimension of having the lowlight look around the top, all while keeping her dreamy icy blonde ends!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

There are a few products I recommend to recreate this style. I always start off with my Kenra Blow Dry Spray to protect from any thermal damage. Heat protectants ARE as important as your hairstylist makes it seem!

Then I use my Kenra Boosting Spray Foam to add a little volume and texture to the roots. After blow drying all of her hair smooth, I went in with Kenra Thermal Styling Spray and evenly sprayed it onto dry hair before curling. Lastly, I curled with a 1 1/4-inch curling iron and softly broke up the curls. We set the look with Kenra Platinum Working Hairspray.

Long term maintenance, I recommend washing with a purple shampoo at least once a week to keep the blonde looking fresh. At the studio we always use Artego Shiny Gray Shampoo, followed by our Blueberry Color Shine Mask for added moisture and tone!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for someone wanting a good balance between professional and low maintenance. The color will look perfect when air dried or styled out. Colorwise, I recommend the icy blonde look and depth around the face for someone wanting their eye color to pop (blue eyes really pop with this color).

If you have a lot red undertones in your skin I wouldn’t recommend going quite as icy blonde as it tends to bring out the warmth in your face. If you do have warmer tones, try for a nice honey blonde that will complement your skin tone better!

No-Nonsense Style

No-Nonsense Style hairstyleInstagram @suzido_

Q&A with style creator, Suzin Alejandro
Hair Designer / Make-up Artist @ Obadiah Salon in Bellevue, WA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look was inspired by the need for a quick and easy style in the morning for my client that is a professional woman. She needed a no-nonsense style that is sexy at the same time.

My favorite part about the look is that the foil compliments her natural gray without the maintenance of all an over color.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend applying Supershine Light Moisturizing Cream (by Oribe Haircare) on damp hair for light, leave-in conditioning on the ends. Blow dry with a 1-inch round brush, then create texture and separation with Oribe’s Dry Texture Spray and Rough Luxury Molding Paste. Finish with a light misting of Oribe’s Superfine Hairspray.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for women that have medium to thick hair that aren’t afraid to go short. This look has great versatility and can be worn casually, professionally, or out on the town!

Modern Wavy Asymmetrical Bob

Q&A with style creator, Brooke Korom
Master Stylist @ Hologram Salon in Athens, GA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is a modern, wavy asymmetrical bob with blunt ends and textured layers. The bob is a classic style that will never be dated, but adding asymmetric lines to the cut makes it more modern.

Our favorite thing about this style is that it flatters almost all hair types and face shapes. This look is also easy to style and works all year round.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To style the asymmetrical bob, a volumizer at the root is crucial for movement. We used Unite Expanda Volume and Unite Mousse on her wet hair. As a finisher on her dry hair, we used Unite Texturiza Finishing Spray to break up her layers to give her a lived-in look.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The beautiful thing about the modern asymmetrical bob is that it can be great for all hair types. The line of the cut naturally flatters the jawline and can hide or accentuate any hair texture depending on how you cut the layers. For this client, the longer layers around the face really show off her natural S-shaped waves and the shorter layers in the back control the weight of her naturally thick hair.

All in all, this is a beautiful cut and a beautiful style for both work and for play.

Melted Bronde

Q&A with style creator, Eva Tsang
Artist / Educator @ M Salon Experience in Kissimmee, FL


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

THis is a melted bronde look. I love that it’s the best of both dark and light worlds, and I love that it is low maintenance and will not have harsh lines of demarcations

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend Aveda’s Be Curly Co-Wash. The Co-Wash is a cleansing conditioner that is meant to purify the scalp really well from everyday build up while conditioning the hair to keep it soft and manageable. For a once a week treatment, follow up with Aveda’s Damage Remedy Intensive Treatment Mask. This will help repair and strengthen the hair from color processing.

For styling, I used Aveda’s Smooth Infusion Style Prep and Aveda’s Smooth Infusion Nourishing Creme. My guest was super curly and frizzy. This will help to control it without weighing down the hair or straightening it out too much.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is perfect for anyone! The chocolate and honey tones in this color are very versatile for any age group and suitable for almost any profession. It is a very lived-in look and has a very soft effect.

Depending on where you place the lighter pieces and darker pieces, it can help shape and contour different face shapes. With maintenance, since it is a painted and melted look, you will not have to keep up as much as a traditional highlight.

Chic Pixie

Q&A with style creator, Jackie Davis
Owner @ Jackie Davis Beauty in Chatsworth, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is so in style for this season. Fresh and texturized pixies are making a huge splash all over the fashion world. I call this a chic and flirty pixie. What I love about this look is that it brings out my client’s best featuresher eyes, her cheeks, and her great smile.

My client used to have long hair and one day I suggested we just cut it off and completely revitalize her look.  She can now never imagine having long hair again!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I believe in using minimal products, but with this styledepending on your client’s hair volume and densitysometimes the more the better. I used Sebastian Mousse Forte before blow drying. After drying, I used Kevin Murphy Powder.Puff for volume and a little grit and Kevin Murphy Easy.Rider for some texture and separation.  To set the whole look, I finished with Kadus Extra Lock Hairspray.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

Pixie haircuts actually work on most face shapes, but my favorites would be oval, heart, long, and even round. Just remember that this haircut has an attitude and you better be ready to work it!

Short and Chic

Short and Chic hairstyleInstagram @attitudeofstyle

Q&A with style creator, Allison Hajek
Hair Stylist @ Tangled Up Hair Studio in Long Branch, NJ


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a sassy and sweet look. What I particularly like about it is that it can be styled sleek and chic, or tousled and sassy. Your hair can have a different vibe for workdays and playtime!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

The sleek and chic look can be achieved with a smoothing lotion. My go-to products are either Pureology Smooth Perfection or Brazilian Blowout Serum applied wet for the blowout. My favorite finishing products are Ouidad Flexible Hold spray or Brazilian Blowout Shine Spray.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I use this style with variations on the front length and the amount of graduation depending on the texture of the hair. The fringe length is based on what facial features I am looking to accentuate.

This is also a great look for my curly girls. I recommend this style for the females that are willing to take the time to blow out and finish the style. This is typically not a wash and go cut.

Long Bob with Waves

Long Bob with Waves hairstyleInstagram @coripghbeauty

Q&A with style creator, Cori Patterson
Master Design / Color Specialist / Mentoring Director @ Harmony Salon in Wexford, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This haircut is a long layered lob (long bob) with waves created with a curling rod. It is soft and feminine, yet still has a style cut in.

My favorite part of this haircut is that it has the perfect mix of long and short hair while being a fun and professional look.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To recreate this look with products, I recommend a lightweight moisture shampoo and conditioner. My favorite is Pureology Hydrate Sheer. Use an oil from mid-shaft to ends and a root lift for volume to blow dry with. I prefer Harmony Amazon Oil and Eimi by Wella Root Shoot.

To finish, I used Harmony Amazon Mist as a lightweight hairspray and heat protectant to curl with.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for someone who wants a shorter look while maintaining length around the face. Also, this is a great style to achieve maximum body with minimal work. I think this is a very versatile style that is flattering for most women.

Sassy Little Bob

Sassy Little Bob hairstyleInstagram @theresaprzybyla

Q&A with style creator, Theresa Przybyla
Hairstylist/Makeup Artist/Creative Director @ Jose Luis Salon in Austin, TX


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a sassy little bob! The length is slightly longer in the front giving a bit edge to a classic shape. It is cut with a slight graduation which allows the hair to lay perfectly on its own with minimal styling.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To recreate this look, use an almond-sized amount of Oribe Gel Serum and work it into the roots for volume. Then, use three or four sprays of Oribe Royal Blowout throughout for shine and smoothing.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is ideal for a wide variety of face shapes and is easy to style. It’s perfect for the client that wants to look effortlessly put together.

Spunky and Textured

Spunky and Textured hairstyleInstagram @rma2808

Q&A with style creator, Rachel Ashley
Hairstylist / Manager @ Wisp Salon & Spa in Parker, CO


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a spunky and textured look! What I love most about it is the ability to wash-and-go or, when you decide to style, you have options when deciding on the look you want for that day.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

My two favorite products to create this look are Freeway defining spray gel and Mannequin Paste from R+Co.  They are both amazing products! I used Freeway on this cut because my client has naturally curly hair and that product keeps the curl without feeling like there is product in the hair. When I do this style straight and sleek, then I would use Mannequin paste to either smooth or add texture.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for someone who wants to always look put together without the maintenance of a lot of styling! To keep the cut maintained, it does require getting a trim every four to six weeks.

This type of cut is good for a variety of hair types including, naturally curly/wavy, straight, fine or thick hair and can be worn on a number of different face shapes as well. Depending on face shape, you can adjust layers and fringe around the face according to what will look best on the client!

Confident Sexy Pixie

Confident Sexy Pixie hairstyleInstagram @nehaya.yatak

Q&A with style creator, Nehaya Yatak
Senior Stylist @ Hair Loft Studio in New Orleans, LA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as confident and sexy because that’s what women with pixie hair are and have. My favorite thing about this cut is that it’s easy and effortless.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Simplicity is key. I would recommend a L’Oréal Kerastase texture spray for styling when to add some texture, and maybe a little dry wax when dry for a polish finish.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look and cut for the client who is confident, raw, funky and effortless. It is ideal for those don’t have a lot of time to style their hair, but still want to show they have “swag and style”.

I think any hair texture and type can achieve a pixie look like this, but women who have a long neck and an oval face shape would be ideal.

Stylish, Modern-Day Shag

Q&A with style creator, Kevin Moshier
Hairstylist / Colorist @ Mauro Hair Studio in Beverly Hills, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a modern day shag that shows character and personality. My favorite thing about this is that it’s fun and it has so much movement. The texture allows you to work it however you want.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I highly recommend Caviar Thick & Fuller Volume Mousse. When recreating this look, I used a large boar’s hair round brush for the blowout to create fullness and enhance smoothness in the hair. Follow up with Matrix Texture Builder for a more playful style.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for anyone who has long straight, wavy or curly hair. Each natural hair texture will give this haircut a different style. The face framing layers will define cheekbones and jawlines making the haircut personalized for all face shapes.

This look is definitely for someone who wants to show they have a fun and outgoing personality, but likes to keep it professional when needed.

Soft & Modern Flow

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Q&A with style creator, Johnny LaRusso
Hairstylist @ Lancer & Lace in Seattle, WA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a mid-length look with a soft and modern flow. The long layered cut and style enhances movement and texture, especially with a one dimensional color. Although she can pull off most hairstyles because of her oval face shape, the off-center part provides asymmetry and accentuates her cheekbones and striking features.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I used Moroccanoil’s Original Treatment Oil and Hydration Styling Cream as a foundation to prep her hair, nourish it, and provide shine. I also used Moroccanoil’s Volume mousse to boost, lift and bounce. After blow drying, I curled her hair in alternating directions for that undone texture and then brushed it out for a soft wave look. I finished with Moroccanoil’s Luminous Hairspray to control flyaways and maintain hold.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This fresh and modern look is very versatile with most hair types. It works for day, night and even special occasions, simply by tucking the lighter side behind the ear or pulling it back and pinning it into a low chignon.