How to cut short hair -- graduated haircut with Mazella & Palmer - Hairdressing Preview 177





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Published on Jan 3, 2012

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Mazella and Palmer's salon creative tutorial uses a combination of layering, graduation and disconnection to create a short bespoke graduated shape.

This shape begins in the back with a central vertical section to achieve a flatter graduated shape and is the guideline for the internal shape in the back and side areas. It continues with pivoting sections from his centre working towards a more horizontal plane employing the same elevation and cutting angle working into the sides.

Then Jean Baptiste works a layered disconnected section with a central section on the crown pulling the hair out at 90 degrees to the head and cuts a straight line and continues with parallel sections to front hairline.

On the top section he works with a vertical section from the crown to the front slightly on the left hand side. He uses elevation and over-direction and angles his fingers from shorter to longer to achieve a multiplex of shapes that integrate perfectly to reduce weight and release texture and movement for a faultlessly couture ensemble.

Model Stepahanie // Hair Colour Level 6 tinted to 5 // Hair Type Normal and Coarse
Technical Skills Bevelling / Blow Drying / Blunt Cutting / Body Position / Clipper Cutting / Club Cutting / Comb Techniques / Creating Patterns / Disconnection / Elevation / Finger Position / Freehand Cutting / Graduation / Internal Graduated Layering / Layering / Over-Direction / Pivoting / Point Cutting / Scissor Control / Sectioning / Short Graduation / Tension / Texturising / Uniform Layer
Contributor Mazella & Palmer // Make-Up Artist Louisa Inchenko // Photographer Jamie Harrison

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