Close
Expert Advice

Summer Nights: Cut

July 1, 2013 | 2:39 PM

Summer Nights: CutColor: Beth Minardi
Cut: Mark Garrison
Assisted by: Mark Mileti, Raquel Martuscelli, Edina Hasanovic
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: Renee Garnes
Nails: Amanda Smith
Fashion styling: Rod Novoa

For the silhouette, Mark Garrison created what he calls the “perfect model cut. I am responsible for maintaining the finishes of many of the models in New York City, and soft layers with a long face frame is the most requested, versatile look.”

 

 

 

CUT

1. Begin with the cut, creating a dramatic face frame. Comb
2. Continue to slide down to the lengths, cutting to blend.
3. Now take a large section from the crown. Pull straight up and cut at an angle to leave long layers while maintaining the length.
4. Blend forward along the “Mohawk.”
5. Comb all hair down and cut away any ragged ends.
6. Using these lengths as a guide, connect the layers and lengths along the rounds of the head. Pull out sections and cut to connect.

Summer Nights: Cut

SEE ALSO

Summer Nights: Color

Facebook Comments

More from Expert Advice

Your Little Guide for BIG Spring Promotions

April 5, 2017

Do you dread thinking of new ways to reinvent promotions and special occasions? How many times a year can you discount the same service, the same way, without your clients becoming accustomed to a “holiday promotion”? Fortunately, the abundance of springtime holidays and special occasions allows for a variety of fresh ways to delight your customers.

Expert Advice
Expert Advice

Why Professionals SHOULD Sell Retail Products

Maggie Mulhern | February 28, 2017

It has been a problem in our industry for years - retailing. Many salon pros have trouble seeing beyond the artistry and find it difficult to sell products to their clients. In this brief video Cody Fullerton of Living Proof confronts the situation and shares why salon pros should encourage their clients to buy products to maintain their hair between salon visits.

Load More