The Art of Hair Cutting


Hair cutting is an art of shaping the hair using implements. Both men and women have their different haircuts style depending on their culture, social status, as well as personal taste.

The most important component of cutting is the tool. Various tools like scissors, shears and razors are used for cutting. Each tool results a specific type of cut. A stunning hairstyle can change the look of the individual. It’s not only the tool that changes the look but also a trained mind and a perfect hand.

There are various hair-cutting techniques that vary depending on the hair types and the desired hair-styles. Wet cutting is the most popular cutting technique in the industry because wet hairs are easily manageable. The only disadvantage of wet cutting is that the look changes after drying. Dry cutting is a perfect technique for straight hairs. This determines the actual look of the hair cut. Another technique is wet into dry cutting. In this technique wetting is done followed by dry detailing. Dry detailing is most commonly referred as blow dry.

Today, razor cutting is also in fashion giving the highly textured look. Layer cutting is highly demand and it requires cutting of each layer at a time. This cutting requires an extremely trained hand for a stunning look. The blunt cutting technique is good for any style that requires cutting of one length. Clipper cutting technique is used for cutting men’s hair.

From time immemorial women have been into hairstyling and cutting but today even men are flaunting their hairstyles. Men today are seeped up with various styles like spikes, mullet cut, hair color, buzz cut, etc. Men need to search for a good stylist or a good barber because barbers and cutters know how to cut men’s hair. If they try cutting at home or by any unprofessional barber they may get a crappy cut.

Today, hair segment market is grooming in India and the market value has reached to Rs. 200 crore. Several Indian hair-dressers are going abroad to bring in new techniques and styles. They have an art in their hands to give a stunning and completely different look. Some of our Indian stylists have great demand across the border.



Source by Jennie Kakkad

The Art of Hair Cutting

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