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Cutting Curly Hair

The creative concept of cutting curly hair styles is all about understanding the correct distribution of bulk, where to eliminate the excess bulk to add volume movement and bounce, where to help enhance facial features or cover-up others and create easy to maintain fashionable hairstyles for all curly hair personalities'.


Cutting curly hair is the most complicated of all hairstyling procedures. Everything constantly changes. There are many conditions that can affect curly hair. The change of climate has a huge effect, as great curls are weather permitting. Curls are in constant motion as curls expand and shrink. The correct length can be a moving target. Cutting curly hair inaccurately can result in a style disaster, taking months to grow out and mend. In almost all cases it is easy to dry a curly haircut straight, but extremely challenging to dry a straight haircut curly.


The Tunnel Cut

The Tunnel Cut allows people to get over the uncomfortable stages of growing out their hair. As your hair reaches the desired length, certain tunnels are no longer needed. The unnecessary tunnels can easily grow in comfortably and invisibly without any style change.

Growing out Your Hair

Patience is so important when growing out your hair. You need to choose a style that you can live with while it's growing out. Even in three months you may not notice a big difference.


Face Framing

Let's start off with face framing. The bang area is like the curtain of the stage, or the most important part of the design, where individual curls must be taken into account. Never stretch hair down and cut curly hair - this is guesswork and you will hate the result.

Cutting Shock

Haircutting techniques for curly hair are very different from the cutting techniques used on straight hair. You can always blow dry or flat-iron curly hair straight, but it is very difficult to dry a straight haircut curly. Straight haircuts require an accuracy and tension that predict where the hair will fall.


Perception Design

Your hairstyle changes the appearance of your face, eyes and head. Just as the light and shade of makeup can change the appearance of your face, the amount, shape, texture, colour and movement of hair controls the visual perception of your facial appearance.