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“Setting In a Part”, what does that mean? It means we can ‘set’ the hair to create a part that will last all day with a little styling product, heat and tension. This technique is quick and easy, resulting in a polished look that can be easily taught to our guests to perform on their own at home.
Keep in mind the importance for us to understand growth patterns. Although we can force the hair against natural growth directions with heat, tension, and styling product, we want the end result to look as natural as possible.
NOTE: You want to create a part that is not super straight; you want it to rotate a bit. Not even a ‘natural’ part will be straight. Rotating the comb back toward the center of the head will create a part that leaves a little more hair on the shallow side.
NOTE: Don’t concentrate on one area. Keep the dryer moving so the scalp does not get too hot and occasionally move the dryer away from the area for cooling.
NOTE: Once again, keep the dryer moving and occasionally move it away for cooling.
This is how we do it! The combination of heat, tension from the comb and product gives us the control to ‘set’ in a part that will last all day. This technique will prove to be a winner for the classic, clean cuts we are seeing on men today and can also be used for short cuts on women who may prefer a clean looking part. Be sure to speak about the how, what, and why with your guest so they may re-create the look easily on their own.