Sam takes us back through this simple technique with steps that will give you that ah ha moment! The end result? Learn how to create a full fringe that is heavy with a little elevation for movement.
What is Sam's best advice for cutting any fringe? Don't be in a hurry and take your time for best results! AND, be sure the client is up for the maintenance!
- Sam Villa Signature Series Ivory Long Cutting Comb for contraston dark hair.
- Sam Villa Signature Series 7 Dry Cutting Shear.
- Sam Villa Signature Series Small Round Brush.
- Sam Villa Signature Series Sleekr® Flat Iron.
- Sam Villa Sectioning Clips.
Watch This Video to Learn
- Why basing the length on the needs and expectations of the client is critical.
- How drying the fringe before you cut gives you more control.
- Understanding the importance of the sectioning and sub-sectioning.
- Discover working with the palm of your hand as a cutting board to cut straighter lines.
- Learn to utilize your cutting comb in place of holding hair in your fingers.
- When and how to cut the corners for bevel and movement.
- How to finish with just a comb and a flat iron.
If you have a guest with cowlicks or erratic growth patterns in their fringe, you need to watch this video to learn how to "train the bangs".