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ashley101787 06-06-2009 05:20 PM

Need More Direct Info
I am getting ready to go back to beauty school, and to make a long story short, I've already been, had 1100 hrs. dropped out, and now I'm going back. I work at ______, and I consider myself pretty knowledgeable, but as we all know, curly hair is a challenge and I wasn't blessed with curly hair, so I need some pointers on cutting it.

I have already read through most of the articles on this site and quite frankly all I found them to be was confusing. One say to cut wet, the next says to cut dry, the next says to start wet and finish dry. I don't know what to do. What would be helpful is a few videos with some step by step cuts that work on a variety of curly hair types. Thanks.

patrikalan 06-06-2009 07:54 PM

Curly Confusion!!!!
My advice, with 16+ years of experience, pay the fee and go to a hands on class. Or go online and buy a curly manequinn then just go for it. The wet or dry debate is really on your preference. the results are really the only thing one needs to be concered about, in my opinion. Ouidad has classes to learn as well as DevaConcepts just a small example of the types of trainings. One is a wet method the other is a dry technique. good luck and find your bliss.

erin82b 06-09-2009 02:05 PM

As the other person stated, I would definatley go to more hands on training. Like she said wet vs dry it is preference as to what you feel comfortable with. Learn as much as you can an practice on mannequins and friends and family first! Good luck!

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