The cut Less bulk and more natural movement is what Nisa needs to keep her wavy hair from looking frumpy and out of a ponytail. Stylist Whitney Olson instructs fellow stylist Reanna Garcia to take an inch-and-a-half off of Nisa's length and reshape her layers to bring the bounce back to her waves. She accomplishes this by keeping the wavy layers long and "all falling below the jaw line (or the waves will appear too wide), and by adding a long side fringe to highlight cheekbones and give some added shape," says Olson. Basically, by removing weight below the chin, you'll get "a lighter look and help keep the style more manageable," she says.
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