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Phillip Ferreira Demos a Men's Cut at HHH

Maggie Mulhern | December 12, 2012 | 10:22 AM

Sometimes creating an "uncut cut" is more difficult that creating a clean, classic finish. Phillip Ferreria, winner of the Wella Trend Vision "Color" category, felt he was up to the challenge when presented with Modern's Publisher, Steve Reiss. We were all backstage prepping for the Hairdressers Helping Hairdressers fundraiser and he volunteered to tweak Steve's cut.

"It's hard to maintain the cut of a client with longer hair," says Phillip. "The consultation is key. Steve wants to keep it long, but wants to add some texture." The most important point, adds Phillip, is to break up any blunt lines. "By point cutting, you will leave length but remove bulk. The bonus is you get additional texture."

Mark Debolt was nearby and offered to "host" this short video that offers tips on how to create the perfect men's "uncut cut".

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