Michael Crispel, artistic team member for KMS California and owner of Earth, A Salon by Michael Crispel, in Toronto, is known for his personalized approach to cutting.
“Our goal is to neutralize all drama and create a market for all individuals, keeping our attitude in the hair,” says Crispel, who has been designing strong hair and make-up looks for the past 17 years.
Here, he gives our models cuts they can “switch around” to create new looks. “I would like to create different shapes with disconnection to allow the client to ‘accessorize’ her hair,” he says.
To help your clients get the best experience for facial hair growth, we're sharing the top tips and tricks from Andis Company Educator Corey Bakon @thecutcoach, for creating the most stylish looks this season.
Learn more about Hair Aid, the Australian based non-profit designed to teach haircutting skills, through the expertise of professional hairdressers, to the people living in impoverished communities in third world countries.
Graduation is a great way to add interest to a haircut, especially shorter styles, because the variance in weight can be used to create cool shapes and accents. Andrew Carruthers, Education Director for Sam Villa, says there are five things to think about in order to execute graduation correctly.