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Arts and Crafts

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Hair Cut Art Materials and Equipment

Clippers, scissors, combs, brushes and blow dryers are among the main essentials of what you will need. It totally depends on what your project will have to look like, but there is much more equipment available to you which can be found on the Internet, or in specialized stores.

It may not be a bad idea to get a head start and follow some courses before diving into this art. The likelihood you mess up is great and you would have to wait quite a while for the hair to grow back, before you get another chance to try your hand at it again. After the first fiasco, I don't think there will be many more takers.

You may be able to find some theoretical courses online and some instruction books, but the best way to learn the tricks and traits of the trade are still through practice. This can be done by following cosmetology classes or attending some semesters at a beauty school.

When you are confident enough to successfully execute the task at hand, then it would be wise to have a pattern to go by.

Of course, you can always free-style and make up a pattern as you go, but with repeated lines and curves like in this picture, a good example will prove its worth.

If you suspect you might be getting in over your head than don't trouble your head about it; it is better to back out than to pull your hair out later!

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