A bunch of Instagram users are going to have to rethink their hairstyles for the next decade.
It all starts with the hashtag #UndercutHair, which has been gaining traction on the platform.
Many people are using the hashtag to discuss how to undercut their hairstyle, which is the most common reason they do it.
“People who are in the business of undercut hairstylists have to be very creative and creative at the same time,” said Lisa Lott, who runs The Undercut Hair Salon in San Francisco.
The salon specializes in creating a unique look with the use of color and patterning.
Lott has a ton of experience with the hairstyle and says it takes her about five minutes to create a cut.
She says it’s not a big deal when people try to undercut because they are already working on a look.
If a hairstylist is creating a hairstyle with a specific shade, pattern or shape, the next step is to decide what to wear.
“You have to have a clear vision, a clear style, and a clear intention,” Lott said.
It’s a great way to express your personal style and express yourself.
Lott says it helps to have an idea of what people want, even if that means trying something different.
A popular hashtag, #Undercutshoot, was created by a customer who wanted to have some fun.
She decided to share the hashtag with her followers and get creative.
The hashtag is still a work in progress, but it’s a trend that people are trying to incorporate into their own Instagram accounts.
One Instagram user, Natalie Luecke, shared a photo of her undercut hairstyling look with a hashtag.
“It’s not going to be the look of someone who has the biggest fake eyebrows,” Lueccke told ABC News.
“I’m trying to go the extra mile and be more authentic.
It’s all about feeling the hair, feeling how it’s flowing.”
Luecck says it can be a tough transition for some people who are new to the industry, because you need to be honest with yourself before you make the cut.
“If you are going through a transition and you want to be able to do something different, I recommend going back to the basics,” Loeck said.
“That’s when you can really take your time, just listen to your body and your gut.”
The hashtag has been trending on Instagram, with people talking about how to get their undercut look.
Lueck says it will take some time for the hashtag, which was first created by the photographer who created the #undercutshooting hashtag, to be fully embraced by the community.
“The hashtag started out with people saying, ‘Oh, you guys are going crazy,'” Lott explained.
“Now that the hashtag has taken off and it’s gotten more and more popular, people are coming back to it.”
Lueckes undercut hairsto is a way for people to express themselves and to not feel embarrassed about their style.
“People are going out and looking for different looks, but also looking for the same things,” Luths said.
“That’s what the hashtag is about.”
Lott said it’s important to keep up with trends and understand that people don’t always like the same hairstyles.
“I think it’s always a good idea to find your own style and see how it works,” Lowccke said.