How to Quickly Bevel Ends on Straight Hair

Want to know how to bevel ends on super straight hair when short on time? Don’t miss out – here’s Jamie McDaniel, Sam Villa Ambassador!

Jamie McDaniel, Sam Villa Ambassador @jamiemcdhair, has a quick video on TikTok on how to bevel ends that you don’t want to miss!

The results are very similar to an actual blowout from start to finish. This is great for a guest that wants a dry haircut with more polish at the ends, as well as anyone looking to refresh their blowout the next day,” explains McDaniel.

How To Bevel Ends Tips

  1. Works best on straight hair; fine, medium, or thick. Freshly washed all the way to day 3 or 4 hair.
  1. Use a Sam Villa ® Signature Series Thermal Round Brush 1.5” for the perfect bevel; not too much, not too little. It’s snag free and the nylon and boar bristles help provide maximum shine.  Hold brush in the less dominant hand and the flat iron in the dominant hand.
  1. Run hair through a Sam Villa ® Signature Series Sleekr Professional Straightening Iron and encourage hair around the brush.  As hair is cooling around the brush, rotate the brush a few turns to really set in the bevel. The heat and curve create a slight bevel.

Credits: @jamiemcdhair

Sam Villa is Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of the Sam Villa Company (Allvus, LLC), a leading education and styling tool company for the professional hair industry. He is also Global Artistic Ambassador for Redken 5th Avenue, a L’Oreal brand. Villa is the 2021 NAHA Educator of the YearHair Awards USA Hall of Fame Inductee, 2021 AHP Icon Stylist Influencer of the Year, 2020 International Hairdressing Awards ‘International Hair Influencer of the Year,’ the 2017 NAHA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, Intercoiffure America/Canada Member, Behind the Chair Stylist Choice Award Winner for Favorite Platform Artist and Educator (2012, 2011 and 2007) and Favorite Overall Educator of the Year (2015). His inspiring education and innovative ergonomic styling tools can be experienced on

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