Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend! Your guest is going to receive incredible value with this magical technique to bring out volume in the crown area without any visible layering!

Learn more about this technique at
https://www.samvilla.com/blog/how-to-add-volume-in-the-crown-without-any-visible-layering/

Diamond sectioning along with the NEW Sam Villa InvisiBlend Shear will incorporate a decent amount of layering without losing the length – exactly what your guest is asking for – “I want layers but I don’t want to lose my length, can you achieve this for me?”

Diamond sectioning will enable the hair to tilt back away from the face to create layers in the crown area without going through and layering the entire cut.

Tools You’ll Need at
https://www.samvilla.com/products

source

Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

50 replies
  1. cherie goodwin
    cherie goodwin says:

    My god does he always talk so quick.. it's impossible to take in what he's saying… I'd be very careful of those blending sissors/shears if you aren't a trained stylist…they aren't as easy to use as he makes out…it takes years of experience to cut hair properly

  2. Christina Johnson
    Christina Johnson says:

    Is the chopping a must or can the shears be used only? I wouldn’t want my hair chunked like that. I need volume at the crown without thinning my hair since I have a cowlick at the crown that I want hidden. That is why I tease it in that area or wear a bump.

  3. C. C.
    C. C. says:

    It's not necessary to have those thinning shears to do this cut a regular pair would work. The cut is what is amazing. Hell, it's almost impossible to find a hairdresser who knows how to use a thinning razor.

  4. Shelly Pfluger
    Shelly Pfluger says:

    I wish I could be your client . I have lot of thin hair, often times people think I have thick hair. One side of my hair is notaxibly heavier and I have a heavy spot in the back, about the base of where my head curves under. I do believe your style of cutting could allow me to sya6rt enjoy having a head of hair. I've been contemplating going to wigs now that I'm middle aged. My haircuts keep getting worse and going up in cost. It's like stylist nowadays, do less and charge more.

  5. Genevieve Sosnowski
    Genevieve Sosnowski says:

    I Wish I had her hair. You're are a perfectionist. Great video, you really know what you're doing. I only had one good hair cut in my life. I was always pretty good at styling my own hair. I'm 78 now, when I was young and there was a special occasion I went to a beauty shop and always brought a scarf to the beauty shop in case I didn't like the style, and I never did. I have fine hair and now it got thin and it seems most stylists don't care or just don't know how to cut and style thinning hair. You're a genius.

Comments are closed.