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!
JATAI, distributors of the Feather brand of hair cutting tools including the award-winning Feather Styling Razor, is celebrating the sensational shag hairstyle with its SHARE YOUR SHAG social media contest where you could win a JATAI shopping spree valued at $350!
Setting a great foundation is so important for achieving a long-lasting hairstyle. For bridal updos or special occassion looks, Lori Fudens (@Lorifudens_Redkenartist) goes through these steps to prep hair for success.
What's the difference between a blow dry and a silk press service? Both use a brush and dryer, but the approach and end results are very different. Here, Al Campbell breaks down everything you need to know.
The wedding industry was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Bridal hairstylist, Nikia Chanel reveals her road map for beauty and business success in 2021.
For the 40% of clients who desire texture in their hair, Goldwave's NuWave is an in-salon, semi-permanent, shape-changing service that leaves hair feeling as good as it looks--the perfect new service to boost revenue.
Sophia Roe had never cut her hair before meeting (and putting her trust in) Renee Gadar. This transformational cut shows the importance of safe spaces for textured hair, so clients like Roe can reframe the experience Black women have when they go to the salon.
When we’ve poked around the hashtag #bowlcut, we’re seeing it worn by all genders, on all different hair types, including Afro-texture, and were intrigued to see how flattering it can be. We asked an expert cutter to give us her take on what makes The Bowl Cut a timeless option.
The World of Texture Education Summit will take place virtually on Feb. 22, and will help stylists learn about the technical nature of textured hair, business building, and the proper mindset to facilitate the best journey for their clients.