Thanks Tiffany! I think I get it. We're so lucky to have you as a resource here!
Originally Posted by thick_n_wavy
And I am equally lucky to have you all as well
The layers will need to be started sooner than the "canopy" (which, incidentally, I believe is a British term as I have never heard it used in American hairdressing lexicon)....
Originally Posted by StruttsWife
Please let me know, what would the American hairdressing term for "canopy" be? My HD looks at me funny when I mention "canopy", so I'd like to use a better word to make sure she gets it.
Originally Posted by curls2grow
We refer to it as the "crown" area
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