Hi - I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada) and am looking for a stylist who specializes in cutting curly hair. While I continue my search I've been reading about the proper way to cut curly hair (the bonsai tree method) and while I understand this technique is for creating the right shape I have a question. If the stylist focuses on cutting just certain curls on the client's head then how does the client ensure that over time her hair is getting any sort of a healthy trim to avoid dry and split ends?
Originally Posted by mariatk
im in halifax too and looking for a place for a good cut....i've found vibe salon in bedford....they sell devacurl products and i read someone on here review them and saying that her stylist Lindsay spoke of the deva cut method.
Just starting CG (04/18/13)
2C/3A hair, medium texture, normal porosity (I think!)
Trying out: Suave Naturals wild strawberry (co-wash) Garnier Fructis Pure and Clean fortifying conditioner, Redken crystal curls 6, Live Clean Argan Oil Treatment, Pantene curl shaping gel
Thinking of trying: Live Clean Argan oil conditioner or Live Clean Bali Oil conditioner....who recommends them?