Surfer hair made easy

Franck Provost’s Laurent Hebert introduces a variant on the popular ‘surfer’ look

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He trimmed the sides by cutting the hair in a sliding movement for the top and back to acquire a deconstructed look. He recommends this look for someone who has a round or square facial structure.

This playful look fits someone who’s more adventurous with his hair and is not afraid to experiment. To maintain the style, Laurent Hebert recommends using gel, or hard wax if one wants to have a more natural look. Another good thing about Hebert’s way of cutting is that even if it grows longer, it still looks good.

Photography Adrian Gonzales

Model Zoen Rubio

Shot on location

Franck Provost Studio,

Shop H Net Quad Building,

30th Street cor. 31st, Crescent Park,

Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

(4016870; 8569569; closed on Sundays)

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