You don’t have to have hair down to your hips to enjoy this look. All you need is a hairstylist who is skilled in giving you exactly what you want.
The cascading hair style is created by your cut or simply by how you style it. If you change your cut, your stylist will vary the length of your hair in layers. It begins with shorter hair at the top and gradually works it’s way down, leaving the lower layers longer.
Your locks will appear to be falling in waves as they work their way down.
If you have long hair and want a cascading effect without a cut, your stylist can offer you several options. You can wear a loose braid that begins at your temple and runs down one side of your face while the rest of your hair forms tousled waves.
You can also have a braid on one side that is then tucked into a loose bun at the nape of your neck. Consider a braid at your temple that runs into a thick, loose braid for the rest of your hair. If you would prefer not to have a braid, long, loose waves are an easy way to make it look like your hair is trying to recreate a waterfall.
Let your hair tumble down as far as it will go to make you feel like you are a princess straight out of a fairy tale. You might even catch a prince with a turn of your head and a toss of those beautiful tresses.