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How To! One Cut – Two Identities with the Sam Villa ArTeam

Saturday, 26 November 2016 23:18

When shapes are built with simplicity, it allows guests to create unique identities with dramatic shifts in styling. The incredible value created for salon guests by showing them all the possibilities sends retention through the roof,” says Andrew Carruthers, Director of Education for Sam Villa

Try this cut and take the time to teach the guest how to create each finished look…they will be back for MORE!

THE CUT:
– Part hair by dividing the back and sides from the top right at the bottom edge of the vertical transition.
– Start in center back, take a vertical section, elevate to about 45 degrees, and softly razor a long graduated cutting line with the Sam Villa Signature Series Razor equipped with a straight blade.
– Continue around the head in vertical sections overdirecting back to the previous section to allow length towards the front.
– Once complete, unclip the top and thoroughly comb into the natural parting.
– Again starting in center back, take about a 2 inch wide horizontal section slicing a bit of the underneath area for a guide, elevate the section a bit above 45 degrees and softly razor to the underneath guide.
– Continue moving around each side of the head towards the front.
– After blow drying, use the Sam Villa Signature Series Invisiblend shear to remove excess weight from the interior to allow flexibility in styling.

Style 1: Sleek and Chic
– Prep hair by spraying Redken One United throughout, and then layer a few drops of Redken Glow Dry through mids and ends.
– Begin wrap drying with the Sam Villa Artist Series Polishing Paddle for maximum shine and smoothness.
– At about 75% dry, switch to the Sam Villa Signature Series Styling Brush, drape the hair into the brush and give a slight turn as the brush move through mids and ends to create a soft bevel to tuck in flyaways.
– Once hair is completely dry, section from high point to recession on both sides.
– Mist entire section with Redken Iron Shape 11, split section into two diagonal sections going opposite direction the hair will fall.
– Gently bevel the midshaft of the hair in the direction the hair will fall with the Sam Villa Signature Series Sleekr Professional Straightening Iron.
– Tuck the opposite side behind the ear and finish with a light spray of Redken Diamond Oil Shatterproof Shine.

Style 2: Confused Texture
– Mist Redken Iron Shape 11 throughout dry hair and comb through for even distribution.
– As in the cut, part the hair by dividing the back and sides from the top right at the bottom edge of the vertical transition.
– Throughout back and sides, use horizontal sections and establish a figure 6 curling iron set with a 1” marcel style curling iron.  At the bottom of the head, set more off base and towards the top set more on base.
– Pin each section to cool.
– Unclip the top. Starting at the crown, take alternating diagonal sections for a confused texture, establish a figure 6 curling iron set with a 1.5” marcel style curling iron, and set everything on base to cool for maximum volume.
– Once everything is cool, rake through with fingers to separate the curls.
– Flip part to opposite side it was cut from and define individual curls with Redken Fashion Work 12.

Credits: Hair/Sam Villa ArTeam; Photographer/Shalem Kitter; Makeup/Keri Hatfield; Wardrobe/Carmen Nydegger

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