Instruments for a haircut for long hair
Updated: May 19
Instruments for a haircut for long hair:
· Elevation is the lifting of hair from its usual fall. The elevation angle determines the technique in which we work.
· Parting – with the help of partings we bring up either mass or texture.
· The angle of cut is the position of the fingers and scissors relative to the parting.
· Stretching of a strand is the level of effort involved in stretching your hair.
· The strand direction is a change in the position of the strand forward or backward relative to its usual position. We build the geometry of the shape with the help of the direction of hair.
– Classic division into zones:
We want to reach a harmonious silhouette and a functional shape in our work. The client will be able to make good styling if I teach him that.
· Connect is a smooth transition from short to long hair that harmonizes the hairstyle.
· Disconnest is a contrasting transition from short to long hair. Disconnect can emphasize as well as bring contrast and dynamics.