To cut a proper wedge, section the hair, leaving down a 1/2-inch perimeter and whatever shape of bangs area you desire. Cut the bangs to the desired length, and cut a guide in the back to the desired length.
What is the difference between a wedge haircut and a stacked haircut?
What is the difference between a wedge haircut and a stacked haircut? The stacked bob and the wedge bob are quite similar, the only difference is the length of the layers. While a traditional bob is usually one length, a stacked bob has stacked layers in the back.
How do you cut a stacked wedge haircut?
What is a wedge haircut look like?
If you love the style of the sixties, then a wedge haircut is just the look for you. Similar to a bowl cut, the look incorporates soft bangs, inversions and layers to bring it into the modern day. While best suited for straight strands, this hairstyle can also work with loose curls.
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