The curve cut is gaining popularity in hair fashion because it offers a unique and modern twist on traditional haircuts. Learn about it!
“The curve cut is for those guests that have either tried the wolf cut and shags and want something new…or are too timid to embrace a shorter length with a multitude of layers but still want fun texture and movement,” says Joe Chesbro, Sam Villa Ambassador and Owner of Platinum Salon and Suites @joe_chesbro
Chesbro says the curve cut is the next big look because it has the cool-girl elements of a hybrid cut without sacrificing length. It’s mid-length with face-framing layers that are slightly disconnected, making it a good shape for finer-haired guests or those who want to maintain length enhanced by the texture and movement of layers.
Chesbro establishes disconnected layers with one easy sectioning pattern, a stationary guide and a fail-safe technique for creating a flattering bottleneck fringe. Learn the technique here.
Curve Cut Highlights
- Take hair from the recession line and make a curved section that stops at a point in center back when joined with a mirror section on other side.
- Use dry sectioning clips to hold the underneath hair down and away to keep it separated from the top section.
- Use a Sam Villa Signature Series Long Cutting Comb to find the high point of the head and section top area into 4 quadrants using the parting pick for precision.
- Establish a guide in center front with a bit of hair from the left and the right sides.
- Comb hair forward to the center part, pick up guide, comb horizontally and cut with Sam Villa Artist Series 6.25” Shears.
- Continue to guide hair into the center and cut, working quadrant by quadrant.
- Release bottom section, comb together and detail.
Credits: Photographer – Rhiannon McHargue @rhilouiseartistry; Model – Samantha Giverc
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