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Faux Tapered Cuts To Try

By January 27th, 2021No Comments
Faux Tapered Cuts To Try

by Mary Wolff

Short cuts for curls can give you the best of stylish appeal and ease of care. One of the undeniable favorites for short, natural hair is the tapered cut. If you feel like this look might be right for you, but you aren’t quite ready to commit to it, there are a few faux tapered cuts to try.  Whether you don’t want to compromise your new growth or length, or you already have shorter hair, but want to experiment with this stylish look, here are a few faux tapered cuts to try that take the look to new heights.

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1. Faux Tapered Cut
The faux tapered cut is a trend all its own thanks to how easy it is to create. It gives all the style of the real thing, but lets you keep your hair. Find out how to create this look for yourself.

2. Faux Shaved Sides Updo
This look gives the appearance of the shaved sides commonly associated with this style without having to commit to actually cutting your hair. It’s easy to do and leaves hair in a style perfect for anything your day might bring. Find out step by step by how to do it here.

3. Faux Tapered Fro
Aside from the shaved edges, another thing that makes the tapered cut so popular is that it gives lots of volume with curls piled high on top. The fro aspect of this cut is easy to fake if you are looking for this part of the style without using scissors. Find out here,

4. Faux Tapered Updo
Perfect for the office or a night on the town, this look is truly a versatile style you can wear anywhere. Best of all, it is easy to do! Get a closer look at creating it right here,
Of course, when it comes to creating this look or any look for that matter, it may take a few tries to get it right. The biggest thing to remember is to moisturize strands prior to attempting this style. To pull off this look, you need to nip frizz in the bud! Other than that consideration, a faux tapered cut style is easy to achieve with a little practice.

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