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krisgil 10-12-2012 01:20 PM

Ouidad cut
 
Has anyone had a Ouidad cut? Do you like it? How long did you go in between cuts? How as it to grow out? It's a lot of $$ to spend on a haircut!

I'm in need of having my hair shaped very badly. Any other suggestion what might work?

tenapaige 11-05-2012 04:13 PM

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Originally Posted by krisgil (Post 2050417)
Has anyone had a Ouidad cut? Do you like it? How long did you go in between cuts? How as it to grow out? It's a lot of $$ to spend on a haircut!

I'm in need of having my hair shaped very badly. Any other suggestion what might work?

I havent had a ouidad cut personally but the reviews were not always that good and i think its a bit more pricey than the devacut u can probably find someone who is trained in devacuts for$75-$100

Curlyburgher 11-11-2012 12:47 PM

I've had several Ouidad cuts and at first, loved them. Went 3 months between cuts. However, the way the carve and slice works, over time, I believe my hair is too thinned out. I have 2c/3a not super thick hair. The last thing I need is less hair, so I'm canceling my next appt and giving a Deva cut a try instead. The price I paid for the Ouidad cut was $100 which I can't justify anymore since I can't say I "love" the cut the way I used to. Hope that helps!

tenapaige 11-11-2012 01:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Curlyburgher (Post 2068411)
I've had several Ouidad cuts and at first, loved them. Went 3 months between cuts. However, the way the carve and slice works, over time, I believe my hair is too thinned out. I have 2c/3a not super thick hair. The last thing I need is less hair, so I'm canceling my next appt and giving a Deva cut a try instead. The price I paid for the Ouidad cut was $100 which I can't justify anymore since I can't say I "love" the cut the way I used to. Hope that helps!



What method exactly is involved with ouidad cut, how is the hair cut?

Curlyburgher 11-11-2012 08:45 PM

It is called the Carve and Slice, and it is a wet cut where the stylist holds up small sections of hair at a time and snips small strands within that section (I am assuming at some strategic point such as where the curl curves). I've not entirely figured out the method, so perhaps someone else with more experience can add more info. I will say that the first 2 Ouidad cuts were the best I've ever had. They grew our beautifully as well. My main reservation is the thinning and if I had very thick hair, I'd probably like it. I may get another Ouidad cut again, just not every time I get it cut.

tenapaige 11-12-2012 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Curlyburgher (Post 2068754)
It is called the Carve and Slice, and it is a wet cut where the stylist holds up small sections of hair at a time and snips small strands within that section (I am assuming at some strategic point such as where the curl curves). I've not entirely figured out the method, so perhaps someone else with more experience can add more info. I will say that the first 2 Ouidad cuts were the best I've ever had. They grew our beautifully as well. My main reservation is the thinning and if I had very thick hair, I'd probably like it. I may get another Ouidad cut again, just not every time I get it cut.

Oh ok so the difference is the deva cut is dry I think I would prefer the dry cut:/ what about their products I seen this girl on youtube and her hair was just like mine and she used the ouidad climate contro humidity and heat gel ? Her curls came out gorgeous but its $22o_O http://m.youtube.com/?reload=3&rdm=m...%3DqOwMpF2mutU


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