Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Cutting Curly Hair

Cutting Curly Hair.
Curly and wavy hair can have a beautiful shape.
The key to shaping curly hair is cutting with the wave pattern. Every head of hair has its own unique configuration. Cutting with the flow of the steam is the secret to shaping wavy hair.  Curly hair is longer when it is wet and shorter when it dries. It has great elasticity; the ability to stretch and return to its shape.  The natural spring in the hair makes shaping it a joy. You can feel the hair come alive with each snip. A good hairdresser can feel the shape with their hands and sculpt an amazing head of hair. Thinning the hair using thinning shears and slithering techniques can make the hair frizzy and unmanageable. Slithering damages the cuticle of the hair making it coarse, frizzy and dry. Excess bulk can be removed with proper shaping. Curly hair can be very fine in texture, without proper shaping it can become unruly and unmanageable.  Volumtechnics Haircutting Technology is the art and science of cutting fine, thin and limp hair. Volumtechnics haircuts keep their shape as they grow. Your hair will grow longer and stronger.
A good cut can stand on its own, it also looks good when it is blown dry or flat ironed.
I use Judaysia Holy Water and Judaysia Hair Salad on curly and wavy hair to eliminate frizz. Judaysia Hair Salad can be used as a smoothing serum for styling wet or dry hair. Hair Salad rectifies the moisture content to prevent humidity and moisture from making the hair swell and frizz. After shampooing we use Judaysia Hair Salad on towel dried hair. It smells like tangerine. The holistic plant and flower formula is free of polymers, plastics and parabens. Use the smallest amount to distribute through your hair and leave it on a few minutes and rinse out. You can also use it on dry hair like a smoothing serum.Available at http://judaysia.com/products.html