When your end goal is to achieve perfectly blunt lines, even the smallest mistake will reveal itself in the finished haircut. That’s why it’s super important to use different angles, body positioning and tools to prevent uneven results and ensure softness with precision.
The shag is the sexiest haircut on the market, you can quote us on that. Hair legend Sally Hershberger gives us a crash course on creating this iconic look that has graced the heads of starlets like Jane Fonda and Meg Ryan.
Looking to make more money while growing and maintaining your current clientele? It’s all in the haircut! @matt.swinney spills the deets on his signature 6-figure haircut that is guaranteed to keep your schedule booked.
When a thick-haired client requests a lob, it’s because she wants a lightweight cut with lots of movement. That means you need to find a way to remove the excess weight without losing too much length. Below, we’re breaking down three bulk-removing techniques from @shmeggsandbaconn that can help you do just that.
If you keep up with the trends, then you know the shag is back on top! But it’s not quite the choppy cut of the ‘70s made famous by rockers like Mick Jagger and Joan Jett. The modern shag still has lots of layers, but it’s softer with plenty of movement and texture and BTC Team Member Chris Jones (@chrisjones_hair) is breaking down his technique below.
Are you interested in dry cutting, but don’t know where to start? Dry cutting pro and ARC Ambassador Buddy Porter shares 5 dry cutting tips & techniques that will be sure to improve your dry cuts behind the chair.
Discover how you can achieve that cool-girl soft blunt bob haircut that your clients want! Watch as Chris Jones utilizes wet and dry cutting techniques to create a strong perimeter shape with soft internal layers.