Geo cuts: How to wear this edgy celeb trend
Model Jourdan Dunn has the geo trend down. Here's how to nail her style at home - without having to commit to cutting your own hair!
Celebs set the bar high when it comes to leading hair trends and the latest instalment comes in the form of directional geo cuts. These haircuts are so named for their geometric shapes and angles, with precision and simplicity as key elements of the style.
Mismatched lengths, steep angles and blunt cuts are the order of the day. Achievable on all hair textures including wigs, weaves and braids, you don’t need to cut your hair to go all-out geo. But if you do, this is a style best left to the professionals so put those scissors down!
Amandla Stenberg's braided geo cut takes some of the commitment out of this hairstyle. You can braid bulk hair into your natural locks, then snip where appropriate to achieve the different lengths you need to create the style. Try the X-Pression Ultra Braid for an easy way in.
Want to try this look in a shorter style? Work your natural hair into a quiff and style with gel, or use the Bang x Bun Tamara and shape to your preference.