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Monday, October 27, 2014

The Gone Girl Haircut

Rosamund Pike’s performance in Gone Girl needed a haircut to perfectly complement the plot. Don’t worry – no spoilers here – however, the woman behind Rosamund’s striking cut, Sassoon Senior Creative Director, Tina Haukjaer Andersen discusses how to get it and why anyone – including you! – can wear this soon-to-be, iconic look. 

“The Gone Girl haircut is classic Sassoon technique with a modern spin,” explains Tina. “All textures can wear this cut – curly, fine, thick, wavy - as long as the cut is tailored and personalized.”

To get this haircut, you first need to have an honest conversation with your hairstylist about your texture and how much time you’re willing to spend on your hair.
  • If you have curls and spend 15 minutes getting ready in the morning, then you can wear this cut naturally. A knowledgeable hairstylist can cut angles that enhance the texture and create a more expanded version of this look. 
  • Or, if you tend to invest more time into your hair and like a polished, sleek version, this cut can be styled with a blow-dryer and touched-up with a flat iron for any occasion. 
It’s also important to tell your hairdresser the features that you want to highlight.
  • Like to play up your eyes? A fringe is a perfect add-on to this haircut.
  • Love to accentuate your profile? This cut works well tucked behind the ears.
  • Want to highlight your cheekbones? Layers can add variation to this look.
As Tina noted, “The director [David Fincher] requested a seductive bob, so I decided to accentuate Rosamund’s elegant neckline and jawline by keeping the bob short.”

Last, you must select a hair stylist who has the education to cut this look. 

“Naturally, I recommend you visit a stylist at a Sassoon Salon or Sassoon Academy location since we all had to master this specific cut to join the Sassoon team,” Tina explains. “However, we train over 180,000 hairdressers a year at Sassoon Academy. Ask your stylist if he or she has taken a Sassoon course, and if the answer is yes, then you’re in good hands. All Sassoon courses cover the methodology behind this cut.”

About Tina Haukjaer Andersen:

Tina Haukjaer Andersen counts nearly 20 years with Sassoon. As a Senior Creative Director, Tina is one of Sassoon Academy’s most sought-after teachers and represents Sassoon at countless shows - inspiring hairdressers around the world, from Bolivia to Berlin, London to Seoul, Paris to Singapore. As she puts it, “teaching is so rewarding.  I love working with so many super talented people and sharing ideas and enthusiasm.”

About Sassoon: 

For over 50 years, Sassoon has created and maintained a modern method of Hair Design that continues to evolve and inspire clients and students worldwide. The International Creative Team achieves this world-renowned reputation through an unparalleled system of training and effective skills development that has become definitive – the Sassoon name evokes the best in hair. Visit the Sassoon website to learn more about Sassoon Salon and Sassoon Academy brands.

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