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GET RID OF PYRAMID SHAPE
Christina Moses, 26; actress

Problem: "I just have too much superfrizzy, thick hair."

Pipino's solution: It's not that Christina had too much hair but that its shape—short in the back and longer in the front—was the opposite of what it should be, so it fell forward into her face. It was also angled wider at the bottom, creating more volume around the collarbone than at the crown, which gave it an unflattering pyramid shape. Christina wanted to keep the length, so Pipino trimmed layers around the face to take off some of the weight and to reveal her jawline. To break up her solid brown color, he wove in cappuccino brown highlights. Pipino also suggested that she use a daily conditioner to maintain curl and decrease frizz.

Results: "I feel like a million bucks!" said Christina. "Even though my hair is still thick, it's so much more manageable."
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