Long, medium, short, with or without fringe. The dilemma of all women struggling with their hair and the desire to be in order. The choice is vast and fashions change rapidly offering a wide variety of cuts more and more fashionable. Who but the stars of the cinema, the catwalks or simply the TV can launch the new trends? The famous and beautiful Julia Roberts loves the Collarbone cut, the medium cut that has quickly depopulated among women of all ages.
Collarbone cut: the medium haircut
The Collarbone cut is a reinterpretation of the classic helmet. The novelty is that the length reaches the collarbone (the translation of collarbone is precisely “clavicle”) and does not touch the shoulders. Moreover, it is slightly asymmetrical with the front points being longer than those in the back. It can be slipped off or climbed and there are also those who prefer an even cut. This type of cut makes the hair voluminous, especially if it is combed with a curly or wavy fold to give movement to the hair.
Curly, wavy or smooth?
The Collarbone cut is really very versatile, in fact it is appreciated in all variations from curly to smooth. The most glamorous choice is the cut blunt collar that gives volume, especially for those who do not have a very thick hair. Julia Roberts has chosen this cut in the wavy version, following the precious advice of her trusty hair stylist. The top to be trendy at best are the play of light with lighter tones to create contrasts and make the cut even more animated. And of course to give more brightness to the face.
Cut collar for all occasions
The Collarbone cut is chosen by those who do not want to give up the length of the hair, but at the same time want to give us a cut. It is the middle way between the long and the short, much appreciated for its versatility. This medium haircut can be kept comfortably gathered and when it is left loose, it is really very practical.
Thanks to the medium length you can easily play with any type of hairstyle, such as low chignons or braids, which lately are very popular. Another variation of the Collarbone cut is the fringe, even if, leafing through the images, we realize that the most loved is the Collarbone without fringe. Is it a coincidence that Julia Roberts herself did not want it?
Cut collarbone for all ages
We know very well that when you reach a certain age the long cut is not recommended because it could weigh down the figure. Many women who at the threshold of the “door” decide to cut their hair by opting for short. Our point of reference, Julia Roberts, has opted for the change beyond the threshold of 50 years. Here comes the cut Collarbone with its middle way that adapts to all physicality and is intended for women of all ages.
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