#5 Final Cut: Adjust front of hairline Inside Out Haircut Tutorial for Professional Hairstyl

When you cut long length hair to medium , each section of the hair is long and the hair is hard to control
When you try to create an up-do, you always tease the hair to make more volume, or artfully move the hair in the shape that you desire.
That why I use the Inside Out Technique.
Inside Out Haircut is the final touch of the haircut, which I called the last frontier of the haircut.
If you’d like to use straight scissors, you have to practice, movement of the scissors, hold scissors the right way, and hold the scissors firm

You need to cut at least 8 pounds (4 kilograms) newspaper before starting the stroke cut,
or you have to have special thinning scissors. Joewell Company has created one of the best.
Joewell Supreme Snt 40
http://www.joewell.co.jp/supreme_snt40.html
This time I used Joewell Gxn-24
http://www.joewell.co.jp/thinning_gxn.html
These scissors cut hair one by one.
There is so much hair in one square inch, if the hair is all the same length: fine hair will lie flat against the head, no volume.
Other hand, Coarse hair, strong hair, wavy hair , and thick with lots of hair too much volume and hair will not move.
Now the question is:
When and where? How much? How do I do it? and whom do I learn it from?
Yes, I can show you the concept, but I can’t teach you where, how much, or why. For that, you need experience and you need to gage what the client likes, dislikes, and then with your combined knowledge, decide on how to create the haircut.
Thats why I call it the
Inside Out Haircut as the finale.
(Final touch of the haircut. Final frontier haircut)

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