Using Concave Layers to Prevent an Overly Rounded Look

Have a look as stylist Jon Reyman shows students how concave layers can soften a rounded, bulbous hair shape:

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Step-By-Step: My Technique for Doing a Melt

Have a look as Mandie shows us the technique she uses to do a color melt:

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Step by Step: Men’s Undercut

Have a look as Stephen shows how to do a men’s undercut, including how to section and using clippers:

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Tutorial: Long Layered Haircut with V Shape

This video demonstrates a way to cut long, layered hair with a “V” shape in the back:

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Twirl & Diffuse Technique for Styling Medium-Length Curly Hair

Have a look at this way to style medium-length curly or wavy hair by twirling the hair in sections to create curls and then working the blow dryer and diffuser:

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Classic Highlighting Technique with Weave & Texture

Watch as Jared shows how to give a classic highlighting technique a different feel with the weave and texture you can put into the hair and how it falls:

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A Concave Bob Cut – Step-by-Step

Watch as hair stylist Kenneth Siu gives his client a concave bob cut in this video:

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Cutting Long Transient Layers

In this video, hair stylist Ren Shaw demonstrates techniques for cutting long transient layers:

The term “transient” means “always in motion” and that’s exactly the impression this look is trying to achieve. Remember that a primary difference between this kind of cut and the natural inversion layers has to do with where the layers fall.

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Creating Finger Waves with a Curling Iron

World-famous hair stylist Sam Villa answers the question, “How do you get a finger wave effect with a curling iron?” He then demonstrates two techniques for doing this: Red Carpet Waves and Push Waves.

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Tutorial: How to Cut a Stacked A-line

In this tutorial, April shows us step-by-step how to cut hair in the popular stacked A-line style:

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