his iconic shape was originally made famous by London
fashion model, Twiggy, in the late 60s and some version has existed in trends
ever since. So, what’s the current evolution of this cropped haircut? With the
resurgence of the shag, we see crowns getting shorter and perimeters becoming
softer with extended lengths.
In this 90 minute interactive online workshop,
- How to balance or accentuate the natural
- Utilize detachment to create visual texture
- Working with razors, texture shears, and regular
shears for a multi-textured look
- Tips for great consultations and conversations
with guests that want to go short
- Answers to your questions Live! You can ask
anything through the chat function during the event.
Grab a mannequin head and work along with Andrew Carruthers,
Education Director for Sam Villa, as he walks you through the upcoming trends
Can’t join us for the Live class? Don’t worry, you have lifetime
access to the recording of the class and you can re-watch as often as you want.