How To Do A Trendy Hairstyle
How To Do A Trendy Hairstyle
Everyone wants to look the absolute best that they can look, creating quick, trendy and beautiful hairstyles can be done in a very short space of time.
I'm going to show you how to do Barbering, today were going to show you how to do a trendy hair style, so today what were doing on a model is that were reducing some of the volume down for sides there, keeping a lot of this length in the top and coming forward so were just going to set your knit bits off here, take a little bit of density and cut this through and now were going to be adding texture through the top by point cutting and using a razor, OK so we just wash the model here, shampooing cleans the hair and conditioning protects the hair especially if longer hair you want to be using definitely a little bit of conditioner, just because this will stop the hair tangling, make sure you have got nice clean sections, I mean nice clean sections just allows you to make sure it works nice and tidy really, when your taking a section don't take it too big, just go across with a comb, I would be leading most of the length through this and adding a little bit of texture to the top, so instead of going straight across, just two in the hand and chip them to a mid length lengths, just broken up, make sure you can see the guideline what you have done and just follow that through, OK so now we just cut across that lane, the way to check this is by going across the other way, have a look there, there's a little bit of hair which needs to come off, make sure its texture free as insurance you get a nice even haircut. With the front of the models hair so its best to check the front and cut it when its dry, sometimes people have various sorts of cows licks and bits and barbs like that so what we will do is with the length of the front there, we will just trim those ends there but we will do that when its dry just to make sure that the head doesn't rise up too much and your client gets a really high fringe, were just connecting the hair through now, we don't want any blunt miss in the haircut so that's why I'm cutting into the hair rather than bogly just cutting across or about adding texture, so using the guideline there from where we have cut before were using that to cut in there and just following the guideline all the way through again just avoiding cutting the front when it's wet, so were just going to tidy up the edges now so again just following the guideline and just have a step back and have a look, so were just going to leave this just sitting on the top of the ear there, so trim the hair down, make sure it's nice and straight, OK so now we have cut along the hairline there and we have taken off the length, what were going to do now is add texture to this other areas. OK the models hair here is quite thick around this sort of areas here and we just want to make it a bit more of a tussled look and so what were going to do is use the fitting razor.
When doing this you have got to make sure that the hair is really wet, if the hair is dry just cause a wrong sort of friction and give a discomfort to the client to make sure its thin sections of the hair, riding the razor through, its very similar to the fitting scissors however this just gives you a bit more of a textured look and make sure your not pressing down too hard on the razor, if you press down too hard you will take the whole section out, so just really to smoothen the sections and just grind with the razor through just to add a more textured look, now we texturize the hair, were going to use dry off to see how the hair falls for the client OK so when your drying the hair make sure your drying the hair with a brush OK, a lot of people sort of, you see people using combs to dry hair on videos just make sure you use a brush, comb for combing, brush for drying OK, make sure you get the brush in when your pulling down against this sort of thing, so your just working out all the curls, OK so were going to cut the front of the hair now right so were doing this while the hair is dry so make sure your not just taking all of it down and chipping into it, the client takes this fr