There is something about bangs on wavy hair that lends your haircut an automatically romantic, just-ran-through-18th-century-fields vibe.
If the thought of chopping off even more length during a trim gives you anxiety, ask your stylist for super-long layers—that is, to take off just enough length to prevent a bottom-heavy appearance.
So that it doesn't appear like a giant triangle, wavy and curly hair requires layers to help give it shape and movement.
They can dry-cut your waves and trim your layers while your hair is in a ponytail, so you won't be astonished when you tie your hair back after leaving the salon for the first time.
Short layers that frame the face may be too short to coil around a curling iron; therefore, a hair-waver iron is necessary.
Beachy texture doesn't just look cool—it's also a genius way of concealing grown-out layers and split ends if you're overdue for a trim.
Long bob feels both vintage (thanks to its side-part and finger-wave styling) and contemporary , making it the ideal lob to screenshot and show to your stylist.
Depending on how your stylist trims the ends of your wavy hair, you can use a haircut to create the illusion of broader or thinner hair.