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"ASK DAMES" Tip of the Week: The Theory on Sections--WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL?

Posted by Damien Carney on October 17, 2014 at 8:28pm 0 Comments

If you’re cutting, coloring or dressing hair, sectioning is vital. It’s the roadmap and or blueprint of your design. It’s proven--if you were to draw out your sectioning pattern on a blank head sheet, you’ll have a much sharper, cleaner plan of action -- a mental and visual reference of starting and finishing points. A general rule of thumb is to always take smaller sections, that way you can see what you’re doing more clearly. Work neatly. Neater sections deliver superior work. You'll have less cleaning up to do if you do it right the first time. Messy sections simply deliver messy work. Don’t let the hair control you. You’re in the driving seat, so YOU take control of the hair! ‪#‎DCpro‬‪ #‎DamienCarney‬ ‪#‎DCeducation‬

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