Working with wavy, curly and coiled textures is fun, creative and an exciting challenge if you don’t have a lot of experience. And one more thing—it’s good for business. Are you thinking about schooling yourself in all things texture? Here’s what you need to know.
Curls don’t just blithely barrel through the seasons without a care—they’re sensitive to changes in temperatures and atmospheric conditions. That’s why it’s essential to understand various climates and how they affect curls.
If you’re unaccustomed to working with textured hair, and you’ve attempted to cut a curly client, you probably realized your approach has to be different from the way you cut your non-curly customers. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions about cutting hair!
We are all about finding silver linings right now to being at home for weeks on end, and one of those bursts of positivity are about giving our hair the chance to just "be." That being said, there is no better time to focus on hair health and allowing it to grow out.
“When you have a heavy perimeter, try point cutting or slide cutting to texturize your way to a sweeter result,” says Jesse Linares, Sam Villa ArTeam Member. Here the artist demonstrates 4 ways to add texture to blunt cuts.
Hair dryers are standard equipment that lets you finish your clients looks. Here’s how salon owner Pekela Riley discovered a way to reduce service time and elevate client satisfaction with a dryer that delivers results, has a sleek polished look and offers the health benefit of being light weight.