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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5 Totally Wacky Hairstyles

Check out these 5 completely outlandish ways to style hair:

Standing Dreads

Yet another of many examples of why white people should not attempt anything resembling dreadlocks!

Rat with a Tail

It made this guy sad to think that there might be a rat out there missing his tail.

Halfro

Halfway through his hair appointment, he suddenly remembered he needed to be somewhere else.

Valentine’s Heart

It’s hard to “love” this hair style.

Overgrown Bowl Cut

Even a bowl cut needs to be maintained.

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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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Right Way to Do Sweeping Bangs

Want to learn how to create a side bangs style (also known as sweeping bangs or sweeping fringe)? This video will show you how:

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Step-by-Step Way to Cut Really Long Layers

This this video hair stylist Yoshi Shiraki shows us how to add layers to very long hair:

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In Search of the 3 Layer Haircut…

What do clients mean when they ask for a 3-layer (or 4, 5, or more layer) haircut? Here a few examples of some styles that might actually be the mysterious “3 layer” some clients want…

5-layer-cut

Yes, show them the pictures on this page, and your client will never ask for that “3 Layer Haircut” again!

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The Perfect Way to Frame Hair Around The Face

Hairstylist educator Sam Villa responds to the question, “What is the best way to shape around the face? It is so easy to make one side shorter or look transparent.” In this video he answers by showing two ways to cut around the face, taking hair from short in the center to long on the sides:

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More $#*! Clients Say

“I was not late.” “Absolutely no red!” This comedy video gives more examples of the typical stuff clients tell their hair stylists:

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7 Downright Strange Hair Salon Names

Here are few salons with names so weird that you wonder how they got any clients to walk through their doors

Destroy Hair & Beauty Salon

At least they are honest about what they’re going to do to their clients’ hair.

Oooh Girl Who Did Your Hair Salon

This sounds like it could be the basis for an Abbott and Costello routine.

Nazi Beauty Salon

No trim for you!

Assman’s Barber Hairstyling Salon

Mr. Assman faces tough competition from Legman’s Salon and Breastman’s Beauty Parlor

Hairy Pop-Ins

Get it? Like Mary Poppins…except so not like Mary Poppins.

It Will Grow Back Hair Design

Not a name designed to inspire confidence.

Chainsaw Massacre Salon

Come in this month and get their Leatherface special!

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