One problem area that many
One problem area that many of our guests with thick, coarse hair face is having too much bulk or weight at the back of the head. Too much hair in this area creates challenges when blow drying & styling hair, not to mention it feels like a village of hair is living back there!
So how to we go about removing the bulk while keeping the length? The answer is simple my friends. Through a simple under layering technique we are able to detach the haircut, remove bulk, create movement and reduce blow drying time! Watch the video and read below to learn how it's done.
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Recommended Professional Tools For Success
Professional 7" Dry Cutting Shear - perfect since we'll be removing dense, coarse hair and this shear will get through the hair with ease.
Professional Dry Sectioning Clips - keeps the hair out of the way so you can concentract on your cutting techniques.
Professional Long Cutting Comb - great for creating the zig zag section that you'll use for this technique.
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Great technique! How could you use this technique for the sides of the head, or would you? Specifically for thick hair with short cuts or men's hair who is thick on the sides, but bald on top.
Love this! Idea for a video-how to help a male client go from a short clipper cut to long, shoulder length hair! Have a male client trying to do this now and we are hitting some pretty awkward stages at the moment!
What about long, bulky hair? How can i make this technique work?
How to Grow Out Layered
How to Grow Out Layered Hair. Part of the series: Haircut Tips. Growing out layered hair involves gradually trimming the longest layer until it is the same length as the shortest layer. Grow out your hairdo to one length with a demonstration from a hairstyling instructor in this free video on haircuts. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_6124935_grow-out-layered-hair.html
My mum keeps cutting my hair in layers and I hate it, so when my hair is in plaits there are bits and pieces sticking out all over the place because of the layers.
I just got my hair cut today and the girl did it so long I shouldered her a photo and she did it way to short and she left layers my hair from the top I look like an 80s reject it’s so bad my hair is so poofy and horrible I need help
….really? Find a friend? Geeze, super helpful Robert!
need to grow out my top layers
going to trim my bottom ends to match
But what if you don’t have a friend
Discover the foundations
Discover the foundations of layering hair as Education Director Andrew Carruthers walks you through different levels of elevation and how those effect the weight balance vertically (top to bottom) in a layered haircut.
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I love you explaining so relaxed and calm, talk with your natural voice. As if I am in the room with you. And I understand everything you teach, while I am being relaxed.
Great instruction Andrew...Perfect visual comparison. Would you mind to do a similar but with one on layering somewhat shorter hair crown distribution in the 3 - 5 inch range that includes finger angles compared with parallel to headshape and what is achieved by that. Hope this makes sense. Thanks for the vids ?
This has to be the single most informative, constructive educational video on the various types of layering elevations and their resulting looks that I have ever seen. Andrew, you are so talented and appreciated. I cut my own hair but you make me want to go get an official license and do this for a living. Thank you to Andrew and to Sam Villa as an amazing educational organization and person as well.
Thank you so much for this video! You are such a great teacher! Finally I found a video that explains the “why” the hair falls in the direction (vertical etc) it does! You explained the reasons behind the elevation!! I look forward to watching all of your videos!!!!! Thank you!!!!!
Wow this really helps me to visualize the cut! You are amazing - thank you!! ?