Texture is something that must come with a plan. I remember going to classes at premiere in Orlando 2 years ago and seeing people chop the living day lights out of hair, flat iron it, and call it texture. If you look at the top texture cutters in the world, they have a tick of checking for balance and accuracy in their work. Anytime you’re creating a medium that is meant to move and look unique, the fundamentals of balance and symmetry are what give it a look like it was professionally done. So when I start looking at creating texture I usually go about it using 3 pillars
1.A strong perimeter line to anchor the cut
2. At least one element of disconnection in the interior
3. De weighted sections on top to spin over the heavier sections.
3 in the seat 3 on that grind downtown LA at the Hudson Loft. We had a great day 1 and looking for an even better day 2 if that's even possible. Make sure to check out @snowfallfx tomorrow downtown LA and also on FX July 5th 10pm.
The finalists for @thebarberella competition were announced tonight, and although I wasn't one of them, I'm really proud of myself for trying. Putting myself out there, putting my work on display for critique is not something I enjoy haha but I did have fun creating this look to showcase my skills. I'm so glad I went for it, because now I want to do it again and again and again. I just wanted to give a huge shout out to the 5 finalists of @thebarberella female competition and to my model @thetrevorharmon
I will be in Charleston SC on Monday spreading the #hanzonation education and shear love and I can't wait!! I love what I do for a living, as well as giving back to my industry, and learning from it also! We are #hanzonation I am #JayTheFade and Charleston I will see ya soon! 💯💯💈💈 @michaelwatersjr 👌🏼 @scissoringsavannah