A.J. Cook Medium Hairstyle: Only short choppy layers are cut round the edges. The blonde hair is blow-dried out to show off the layers cut round the back and sides that brings the look shape and movement.
A.J. Cook Hairstyles Styling Tip
Straighten the hair and then create various layers to add much shape to the look. Start the razoring. Hold the razor lightly. Take a fine-toothed comb to pull up the hair at about a 45-degree angle and slide the razor in short, choppy motions down the ends of the hair.
A.J. Cook Hair Styles:
- Length: Medium
- Category: Casual
- Type: Wavy
- Suitability Face Shape: Oval, Oblong, Square, and Diamond
- Suitability Hair Density: Thin/Medium
How to Get Hair Like A.J. Cook
- Use a medium radial brush works well on the medium to long hair types. It can help make the wavy or curly hair textures neat and straight hair voluminous.
- With a brush, start blow-drying in small parts from the nape/back. Tend your head forward, position the comb an inch below the hair roots to hold them neat and put the dryer above the comb for several seconds before going on the ends. With a brush, start blow-drying in small parts from the sides. Tend your head forward, position the comb an inch below the roots to hold them neat and put the dryer above the comb for several seconds before going on the ends.
- When blow-drying the hair at the crown/top, take a part of hair less than the diameter of the comb and blow-dry the hair positioning the comb under the part of hair. Put the blow-dryer in front of the comb; follow the comb upwards at the roots and outwards at the ends for volume and softness.
- Blow-dry your bangs to the side, part your hair up and pin the hair back to leave only bangs out. Be sure your bangs are damp to make blow-drying effective. Next, take your comb and position it under the hair and then begin blow-dry from the roots, creating more tension to the hair. Slowly drag your part down to the ends and go on until dry.
- Take your comb and firstly ensure the part is less wide than the diameter of the brush to blow-dry your bangs. Next, position your brush on top of your head and under the part. Use your blow-dryer on a medium setting, to dry your hair from the roots, slowly working your way to the ends. Ensure to keep the blow-dryer in front of the brush. Repeat the step until the bangs become dry.
- Apply a little wax to your fingertips and then rub through your hair ends downwards to gain a sculptured look. Pinch clumps of hair in various directions to achieve a messier effect. Apply a bit of hard wax to your fingertips and then work it into your hair roots when lifting your locks to create soft volume.
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