Geo haircuts create timeless styles with precise edges and defined angles. It's easy to style and maintain this edgy look. Our model line-up demonstrates several of the many geo hairstyles. And we show you exactly how to create them.
This Elle Saab model wears straight fringes and long hair. The long hair and the warm caramel hair colour give this geo style its natural flair
The Bibhu Mohapatra model wears a precision-cut mop top. For this geo style there should be no gaps between fringes and the ends must be cut in a blunt even line
This geo style shows two distinct steps. Antonio Berardi defines his geo hairstyles with three lines, one across the forehead, one above the ear, and one in the neck
This Antonio Berardi model demonstrates a very practical geo hairstyle. The short fringes match the short bob
The mock bob is also a version of the geo hairstyle. The hair of this model is rigidly combed back and rolled up in the neck. Hair clips hold the hair in the neck. The different blonde and brown shades make this hairstyle appear a bit more natural
The "geo" in geo haircut stands for "geometric" shapes and angles: triangles, rectangles, circles or diamonds. Geo haircuts are all about precision and simple shapes.
Among the geo hairstyles are the bob, mop top, straight fringes, and the mock bob. They must be cut with precision and combed straight. Loose strands, soft steps, fringes or waves have no place in geo hairstyles. Cool, precision-cut, and perfectly styled geo haircuts is the hairstyle fashion polar opposite of the the soft tousled undone look. However, the two looks have one common characteristic: they are both timeless hairstyle favorites that never go out of style.
Geo haircuts look best with a uniform hair color. Unusual hair colors like yellow, pink or blue are perfect geo haircut colors. However, natural hair colours like black, brown, and blonde also enhance the geo style. If you are trying to be a little adventurous, but not ready for completely outrageous hair, you may want to choose one of the many shades of red from copper to aubergine red.
Take a look at these trend-setting geo styles.