The amount of information has been greatly reduced in order to protect the orthocouralogy high performance haircutting program for unauthorized commercial usage. However, some technical specifications, advises, and recommendations, are disclosed to inform interested people. Those with fine hair may fine here, elements based on logical values, instead of artistic capabilities only, which could help to resolve bad hair-days.
Next are few important points that should be considered when dealing with fine hair. It must be known that haircutting operations under the rule of orthocouralogy requires technical hairstyling is seen as an accessory to a haircut design.
(a) : To obtain maximum hair-strand density per given volume of a given hair-mass the spread (space) between each hair strands should be minimal, no true layering for a given area should exist (with some exceptions) nor thinning and or equivalent technic application participating to reduce the hair density. As an example the use of a razor blade should be avoid, since it not only would weaken the hair-strand end section but also reduce max hair mass for a given length. What is called “texturize ” is also to be avoided since the hair-mass at a given length is being reduced by shopping into it.
(b) : reserved
(c) : reserved
(d) : reserved
(e) : If layering is desired , it could be preferable to induce apparent layers by styling the hair masse instead of cutting ” true layers “.
(f) : Give a slant to an hair mass could be a good way to induce apparent layers. As an example, the slant could be shorter on the front area (FA) which could ease the hair to slide due to lesser weight, and could give the illusion of being layered.
(g) : If appropriate, cutting close to the hair line with respect to gravity, and logical spherical distribution, could increase the density of hair-strands per volume. Any hair-mass, but especially fine hair-mass, will tend to separate and could show empty space when to long when spreading over the body. Sometime showing to much empty space could give the illusion to have finer hair.
(h) : If appropriate, the projection of the front area (FA) hair mass toward the back area (BA) could increase the hair mass of the (BA). That is part of styling, and is relative to the haircut design and infrastructure.
(i) : Overall, when giving a haircut to someone with fine straight hair and knowing for example that minimum styling is in demand, it would be best to maximize the haircut design (the shape) which will stay. Trying to induce volume by layering using common methods which may only reduce the hair-mass and reduce the chances to emphasize haircut shape may not be the best solution. Spending time at finding the best haircut shape could more beneficial, and could be more striking than trying to give volume to a hair- mass that goes naturally against it. Remember that conventional layering methods make straight and fine on top of straight and fine is still straight and fine and do not induce apparent volume, which is in general the opposite when dealing with a curly hair-mass. Therefore ingenuity should be at the program and should be used for best results.
A combination or all of those few examples should be considered when cutting fine hair. However what works best for someone may include other concerns. Face, body anatomy as well as artistic choices at a given time, and different point of views could be factors for developing different choices of attentions and procedures. The level of knowledges and proficiency are as well predetermining for delivering high performance workmanship.
Other ways to maximize the effect of thickness of a thin hair mass are existing . They could be by the use of product and or chemicals and or styling . However remember that operation under the rules of orthocouralogy, hair styling (no haircutting) is seen as an accessory to a haircut even hairstyling could be an important part of the finish look. Obviously hairstyling is not part of the haircutting process however some haircutting could be done after the haircut as been styled, and that haircutting could be done in the verification phase procedure.
Haircutting fine curly hair should take in consideration the dynamics of that physical shape category. The chapter on curly hair should be understood and proper consideration should be made when haircutting curly fine hair.
People with fine hair usually are concerned. They often feel nothing much could be done, on a design point of view, and they have difficulties to fine the hairstylist whom can handle that hair class correctly, that could be of numerous physical shapes. Professional performance and level of achievement are dependent on how-much knowledge and how proficient a professional is.
Participating could be understanding in the orthocouralogy’s program. When that program is mastered intellectually along with a high level of proficiency, a higher degree of control for giving a haircut will be obtained. Accurate processing transfer is therefore necessary, and that is not true or is very limited in all haircutting programs other than the orthocouralogy.
Processing an artistic vision into building parameters to give a haircut under the rules of ortocouralogy is insured and is based on what have used the greatest architect of this world: the geometry, Euclidean and non Euclidean.
Ultimately a client will be more conscious of what the hairstylist is able to produce, and false expectations on both side should be greatly reduced. The professional will be able to clearly explain, and justify what is possible or not. Realistic expectation and true performance delivery will play an important role for both parties. ” Under the orthocouralogy’s rules, guessing should not exist”.
The level of attention required to cut fin hair mass hair should not be any different than cutting any other category of hair mass. The understanding and the operation under ” hight haircutting performance systems such as the systems described in orthocouralogy is applicable to any hair masses whether those hair masses are and for example, straight, curly, wavy, fine, thick, or a combination of those. However we could give higher priorities to certain aspects of the haircut infrastructure in order to maximize shape and hair-mass density, instead of fighting at trying giving volume, which never work without the help of heavy styling and use of products. Operating with strait and fine hair, using conventional layering procedures may be only harmful. The traditional way of layering would only reduce hair-mass, and therefore the volume.
Candidates for giving “wash and wear ” haircuts are requires to operate at the top of the 400% equation curve, for decision making.
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