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COLOUR IT YOURSELF

CUT BY PETER GRAY/LONDON

Summer of love: loose, free and expressive at one with nature, believing in the power of touch.

Courtesy of AVEDA & Jacki Wadeson
STYLING PRODUCT
AVEDA - PhomollientTM Styling Foam
AVEDA - Air ControlTM Hair Spray
1

After colouring, blow hair dry in preparation for the hair cut.
2

Section the fringe from one area of recession to the other, approximately " to 1" deep, depending on the density of the hair.
3

Create a curved fringe. This will establish the guide for the rest of the cut.
4

The angle of the comb determines the angle to be cut. Angle comb further downward to retain length.
5

Continue further down the section using the angle of the comb as your guide.
6
Determine the perimeter length. Use the comb as a guide for the cut.
7

Completed side view.
8

The position of the client's head is as important as your own body position. Have client turn head toward the shoulder of the side you are cutting.
9

To connect the two sides at the back, face the head forward and hold scissors vertically.
10

Create a curved section over the point of distribution. Overdirect hair back to preserve length and density at the perimeter.
11

Take descending sections until the occipital is reached. Point-cut the ends to remove length.
12

Continue overdirecting into the sides, maintaining the roundness of the shape. You're your client maintain an upright body position with chin down. Hold scissors vertically while chipping into the ends.
13

Completed hair cut.
14

Working from the nape to the front hairline, take small sections of hair about " wide. Twist, then wrap around the barrel of a curling iron, being sure to catch the ends.
15

Slowly ease curl off and let cook.






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