How-To: Relaxed, Textured Style

November 28, 2018 | 6:14 AM
Photo By Whitney Vermeer

Andis Company's Creative Lead of Global Education, Whitney Vermeer, shares this lived-in natural texture style, perfect for the holiday season, often the busiest time of the year in and out of the studio. Here Vermeer breaks down how to get the look:

The Tool: "For this look, I used my go-to, the Andis Supra ZR II. I love this cordless clipper because I have the freedom to move without a cord getting in the way of my work. The rotary motor also allows me to cut hair when it’s wet, which is generally how I love to cut hair with natural texture."

The Cut: To start, cut the bottom portion of the haircut clipper-over-comb. Then, connect the top by cutting vertically with scissors to remove weight through the parietal ridge. 

The Finish: "To create a soft finish, allowing the hair to grow out naturally, I finished with my Andis Slimline Pro Li Trimmer. Lastly, incorporate a lightweight cream and let the hair airdry."


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