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Posted on 06-09-2016
This is a question that I am asked almost daily. And the answer is: I specialize in fine limp hair. Most hairstylists don’t have the faintest idea; they think the hair on top of your head grows straight up. It doesn’t – it grows towards your face. Your average stylist believes that if he cuts the top short that more lift will be achieved – and he’s dead wrong. If you cut the hair too short on top it will always lay down flat . Too long and the weight will drag it down. There is a certain length at which one can easily achieve lift and control. Bearing that in mind; you must have at least 3 to 4 inches of hair on top of your head for me to work with (it can be shorter elsewhere).
Most of my clients have fine limp hair. Bring yours to me; I understand it like no other stylist.
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