Many of you have seen the original Twist Cut Fringe video but we still get questions all of the time such as, "Some fringes turn out better than others, is this because of where my part is?" And, "Does the finger angle and elevation effect the finished result?" Both are great questions and Sam has the answers for you.
Tools Recommended For This Technique:
- 7" Dry Cutting Shear - the extra length is ideal for cutting a fringe
- Long Cutting Comb - for clean sectioning
In the video above, Sam breaks down the Twist Cut Fringe technique so you can cut the perfect fringe every single time! You'll also learn how to cut a side sweeping fringe using the twist cutting technique, giving you two great options for cutting bangs in the salon.
If you have any questions or comments about this technique please leave them in the box below.
Looking for more ways to cut a fringe? Check out this video on how to cut a full fringe!