Haircut Video Tutorial

I made a video and put it in the older thread where I described how to do this, but I thought it deserved it's own thread. Mostly because of how long my computer had to work on making a video from the camera (yeesh). And even then I got it to run backwards when I spliced shorter videos together (end to beginning) - which is kind of cool because you get to see the end result first.

It's how I cut my fine, silky, fluffy hair. It's a cut I learned from a book and totally modifiable for thicker hair, curlier hair - you just have to study your hair first and know where you want the layers to go.

Hoping to emblazon fellow wavies to go forth and trim and save your $$ here and there for other things.
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If you don't like it - don't try it!
But it really is as easy as it looks, just takes practice.
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AWESOME video!!! I wish I had the guts to cut my own hair. I have thought about cutting it Deva style but with my hair completely crunchy and clumped together. You know, like cutting it before SOTC. Have you ever tried that? I need to get the new Curly Girl book and look at the hair cutting section before I attempt any of this.

P.S. Your hair is GORGEOUS and you are a pretty lady too.
Sort of CG sometimes, but not really
2B, medium? normal porosity and elasticity?

Cleansers -
Suave Clarifying, Philosophy Happy Birthday Beautiful

Stylers - BRHG, re:coil, Ion Hairspray

I live in the NYC area.


AWESOME video!!! I wish I had the guts to cut my own hair. I have thought about cutting it Deva style but with my hair completely crunchy and clumped together. You know, like cutting it before SOTC. Have you ever tried that? I need to get the new Curly Girl book and look at the hair cutting section before I attempt any of this.

P.S. Your hair is GORGEOUS and you are a pretty lady too.
Originally Posted by Cheetara
I did try cutting my hair the Deva way, but I had to partly SOTC. I wasn't happy with the results so I went back to this. If you get the new book and DVD, you'll find a young woman doing a "touch up" trim on an existing Deva cut, not a full-blown haircut (darn, and I thought they were going to reveal their trade "secrets"). From what I've seen of Deva cuts on wavies, they're making basic layers, just clump by clump and I don't think I can do that on myself adequately. The ultimate result is the same: rounding the edges of the lampshade/pyramid hair and creating a cascading curls and waves effect. I can't see well enough (the back and sides of my head - from the back and sides!) and also don't have the dexterity to move around as a cut like that requires. I'd trust DH to do it, but I haven't asked him yet.

It doesn't require guts so much as lack of "haircuts" in the budget and lack of good stylists. I would jump at the chance to try getting a really good Deva cut - if it were local and I felt it the price was justified by a spectacular, transformative cut I simply cannot do on my own.
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