CUT BY PETER GRAY/LONDON
of love: loose, free and expressive at one with nature, believing in the power
of AVEDA & Jacki Wadeson
AVEDA - PhomollientTM Styling Foam
AVEDA - Air ControlTM Hair
After colouring, blow hair dry in preparation for the hair cut. |
the fringe from one area of recession to the other, approximately ½" to 1" deep,
depending on the density of the hair.
a curved fringe. This will establish the guide for the rest of the cut.
angle of the comb determines the angle to be cut. Angle comb further downward
to retain length. |
Continue further down
the section using the angle of the comb as your guide. |
Determine the perimeter
length. Use the comb as a guide for the cut.
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. |
To connect the two
sides at the back, face the head forward and hold scissors vertically.
a curved section over the point of distribution. Overdirect hair back to preserve
length and density at the perimeter. |
Take descending sections
until the occipital is reached. Point-cut the ends to remove length. |
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.
hair cut. | |14
the nape to the front hairline, take small sections of hair about ½" wide. Twist,
then wrap around the barrel of a curling iron, being sure to catch the ends. |
Slowly ease curl
off and let cook.