Find the Perfect Cut.
May22

Find the Perfect Cut.

About Face: The Secret to Finding Your Perfect Haircut By Rachel Fischer Spalding, Special to LifeScript Thursday, February 22, 2007   Measure for Measure Grab a tape measure, a piece of paper and pen. First, measure your face horizontally, starting at the top of your cheekbones. Write that number down. Then, run the tape across your face at jaw-level. Write that number down. Measure the widest part of your forehead, just above your...

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Graduated Bob &  Swing Bob
Aug04

Graduated Bob & Swing Bob

Graduated Bob Swing bob are short in the back and longer in the front. 1.start with vertical partings in the back, taking down a 3 inch section created a graduated line, Short at the nape & longer as you work upwards, stop under the occipital bone . 2.then start taking diagonal sections and cut an inverted V in the hair. 3.. after you finish the back section, start on the sides & top by bringing everything into the back and...

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Long Layered Cut
Aug03

Long Layered Cut

Long Layered Cut Start with diagonal parting in the back, then bring the hair down and with tension cut it straight across, do that until you are at the back crown area.Then switch to the side and take a horizontal parting from the back crown to the front and again bring down to meet up with the back length and cut straight again., do this until you reach the top. Now take diagonal sections but going in a backwards motion, bring the...

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The Look
Aug02

The Look

The Look   The girl on the far left has the haircut called the...

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Long  Forward Layers
Aug02

Long Forward Layers

Long Forward LayersHave your client’s head tilted forward.Take diagonal partings and bring the hair all forward, cutting a inverted U shape into the hair.Keep taking parting until the hair no longer reaches the front.You can texturize this by taking the shears in a downward motion, while opeing & closing the shears...

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Boxed Layers
Aug02

Boxed Layers

Contour Layers Start in the nape area, taking diagonal partings and take subsections that are vertical, bringing them out to 90 degrees, the hair should be 4 inches in leangth or more at the nape. Each subsection will have 3 vertical parting. Then continue to do this until you get to the back crown. Switch to horizontal partings and again take vertical subsections bringing them out at 90 degrees and cutting.Each subsection will have 3...

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