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  • victor sabino
  • Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Independent Salon Owner
  • Victor Sabino

How did you learn to cut curly hair?

It took years of experience. Curly hair has always been the biggest challenge and I have found ways to cure the problem. I started at Vidal Sassoon 30 years ago.

What's your technique?

Dry cutting when hair is curly or flat ironed.

What products do you like best?

Sabino Moisture Block. It takes the place of a multitude of products that don’t work. Women with curly hair are inundated with product when one handles the whole job when used properly.

Any advice for other stylists?

To open your mind to think outside the box and not get stuck on trendy products but products that truly make the clients hair work for them at home just like in the salon. To constantly find easier and quicker ways for their clients to style their hair. To always make your clients the best advertisement for your work by communication, showing them and following up.

What's the hottest curly trend?

To have curls look wild and frizzy if that’s what the look calls for or to have the curls last through any climate without frizz and the most beautiful, soft curls imaginable.

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