HairCuts for Fine Thin Hair Here is what you hair stylist should consider:
When you are looking for great hair cuts, fine thin hair can be a big problem for a beginning hair stylist. Hairstyles for fine thin hair require both techniques and experience that are just not available from the normal beginning hairstylist. A hairstylists learns to handle haircuts for fine hair. Cuts for fine hair involve both a wider design line and the use of vertical sectioning and cutting. (Horizontal sectioning and cutting leave lines in the hair.) The learning process involves both the "know-how" (the tricks of the trade) and the eyes of the hair stylists. The knowledge of what to do comes first. Then by practicing these techniques, the hairstyles for fine thin hair move from the brain to the hands. The fine thin hair, hair cutting techniques improve. The eyes then begin to see the improvements. When the eye of the hair stylist can see the improvements the cycle can then repeat itself. you got it, only because and when the hair stylist can see the changes can they do further refinements in your hair cut. Fine thin hair just provides the ultimate challenge. The challenge to improve, once again. With fine thin hair, repeated use of the the know how, comes first and as you repeat the cycle: from the brain to the hands to the eyes to an improved haircut. From the Brain--> to the hands--> to the eyes --> to better haircut --- repeat, you haircuts improve for your clients.
A great hairstylist has all 3, the knowledge, the practice (mechanical coordination) and has developed "the eye" to see and fix problems, or improve in haircuts. One of my hairstyling friends had a TIA (transient ischemic stroke a "warning stroke" or "mini-stroke" that produces stroke-like symptoms but with little or no lasting damage.) They said "It took me 6 months of hard work to retrain my hands to finish the hairline at the nape of the neck, to the way my brain & 'my eye' told me it should look." In this example the re-training took place in a different order, because it was re-training. The knowledge was already in the brain and the eyes cold already see what was needed in the haircut. The automatic hand-brain mechanical coordination had just disappeared. But more importantly the story demonstrates a hairstylist who had the desire and the perseverance to work at the hairstyle (in this example, specifically the hairline at the nape) until the job was done right. "I knew I had the ability to make the hairline at the nape look better, it just took me longer to accomplish until I got my hands re-trained to do the job, and back to the more timely and automatic manner, that I was used to, before my TIA."
This is the level of hair stylist you seek want when you need great hair cuts for your fine thin hair.
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