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Change up your style with a bang! Literally. The classic 70’s styles are back. Watch this video tutorial as Sam Villa, Redken 5th Avenue Global Artistic Ambassador and the Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Sam Villa Company takes you through the steps of how to cut modern curtain bangs using a razor.
A hairstyle trend started in the 1970’s also referred to as “Bardot bangs”. Face framing bangs parted in the middle with gradual length on each side that often have a grown-out look with wispy or edgy ends.
The perfect accessory to any hairstyle!
Razors create shaggy, grown-out edges best because of the uneven edges, versus the smooth blades on a pair of shears. These razors are ergonomic so you can easily twist and rotate for comfort without the concern of hurting your wrist or hand!
There are several different types of blades you can use for your desired end result. For this haircut we will use a straight edge with a guard.
The Sam Villa Signature Series Razor also has a 6-gap blade for medium texture and 9-gap blade for more texture so you can achieve any style your client desires!
Create a deep triangular section using Sam Villa Signature Series Short Cutting Comb:
We will be cutting each section at horizontal elevation and cutting from the inside, out for textured layers.
Mist Redken One United on the hair you just cut. Use Sam Villa Artist Series Blow Dryer and Cutting Comb to direct the hair from left to right as you blow dry. Use tension with your comb to reinforce smoothness.
There you have it. A quick step-by-step guide to cutting modern day curtain bangs!
Short Cutting Comb
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