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Evie Johnson's Blended Shape Methodology

by Alison Alhamed | August 29, 2014
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Hair: Evie Johnson | Photography: Roberto Ligresti | Makeup: Renny Vasquez | Fashion styling: Raytell Bridges

“All haircuts tell a story and show the creativity of the artist,” says Evie Johnson, a Mizani educator who stresses the importance of precision haircutting in her classes around the country. “There are three primary shapes that come alive when combined to create that perfect look; square, round and triangle. I emphasize the importance of understanding these shapes and when to use them to the students I teach and the stylists I mentor.” To achieve these looks, Johnson used definitive
lines and angles, combined with the Mizani Thermasmooth line to smooth the models’ hair to best showcase the geometric silhouettes.

“There are three primary shapes that come alive when combined to create that perfect look; square, round and triangle," says Johnson. "I emphasize the importance of understanding these shapes and when to use them to the students I teach and the stylists I mentor.”

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