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Bachelor Ben Flajnik Asymmetric Long Male Hairstyle How To

Bachelor Ben Flajnik Asymmetric Long Male Hairstyle How To

Ben Flajnik is currently one of the remaining three Bachelors left on Bachelorette Ashley Hebert's season.  Ashley has mentioned that she is charmed by Ben's long brunette tresses.

Although Ben currently has shoulder skimming chocolate brown strands, his hairstyle has shape, dimension and flow rather than just being a shaggy random head of hair.

If you look closely you can see that Ben's hair is cut with an asymmetric feel throughout the crown and the interior.  His natural wave is incorporated into the haircut so that his long hair cascades down rather than billowing straight out as some wavy hair might do.

As the season has extended from the beginning into the finals, Ben's hair has grown out from right below his ears to the top of his shoulders.

Ben's hair has precision sculpted layers which give his hair shape, but maintain enough weight to keep the waves weighed down.

The silhouette of Ben's hair works perfectly with his face shape.  He tends to brush his fringe over to one side of his face from an off-center part.  His soft, wavy texture has a subtle emphasis which is interwoven throughout the entire style.

Long Male Hairstyle How To - Step By Step

The silhouette of Ben's hair works perfectly with his face shape.  He tends to brush his fringe over to one side of his face from an off-center part.  His soft, wavy texture has a subtle emphasis which is interwoven throughout the entire style.

Follow the steps below to copy Ben's Hairstyle:

1.  Start with a precision cut hairstyle with subtle and asymmetrical layers.

2.  Cleanse hair in lukewarm water with a product appropriate to your hair type, texture and current condition.

3.  Rinse cleansing product from hair and then apply rinse-out conditioner from ears down to ends.  Detangle with fingers or wide tooth comb.

4.  Finish with a cool water rinse.

5.  Towel blot to remove excess water.

6.  Apply appropriate leave-in styling cocktail which might include a leave-in conditioner, defrisant and or styling cream, mousse or similar.

7.  Use a long finger diffuser to encourage waves while drying.  To straight waves use a 100% boar bristle paddle brush and a blow dryer.  Or for a little texture use a round bristle brush and dryer.

8.  Finish drying with a blast of cold air from the dryer to close cuticle and block frizz.

9.  Apply 1-2 drops of shine serum to the palms of your hands, massage together and then lightly finger pick through the strands or wipe over the top of the strands.

Avoid using a comb or brush unless absolutely necessary.  Arrange hair with fingers by finger picking or use a 100% boar bristle paddle or round brush to lightly arrange.

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