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Amy E: Hello! I'm Amy E and I'm here with Scissor Boy, Snip! Snip! Yo! And we're in South San Jose and we are going to be interviewing Fernando Guzman, and he is going to have his model Sandra get a really edgy hair cut, asymmetrical, and it's going to have red in it, and we're also going to learn a very interesting comb technique. So let's go and see what happens. So I'm here with Fernando at Hair Studio 28 and this is his model.
Fernando Guzman: Sandra.
Amy E: Sandra, and she has got, what's that she is having in her hair right now?
Fernando Guzman: She have a little copper hair color. What I'm going to do is turning brown-red with the red-violet chunks, colors over the head.
Amy E: And what you're going to do in the line right here.
Fernando Guzman: We're going to do that very big marked red-violet around the hair, and then going to align her scalp with this connected color, brown-copper and red-violet with a brown copper so that it will be a little bit more fun for her.
Amy E: So you're going to section the hair off, and now you're going to make the line with her hair. Do you like the new clips we gave you?
Fernando Guzman: Yeah.
Amy E: Yeah. I hook a lot of that.
Fernando Guzman: I'm going to need my assistant to help me with this color.
Amy E: Assistant, Lulu, we need you. Did you tell Lulu what we're doing? Does she know?
Fernando Guzman: Yeah, she knows. We're going to apply the color here at the bottom first. All this part is going to be red-violet, this part is going to be red-brown in a dark color. And the rest of the hair and the part is going to be a dark color. So these two sections are going to be dark. The one in the middle is going to be bright red color.
Amy E: This is so exciting. It's so new and this look like bricks. You're building a house out of hair. So almost done with the bottom there, and then are you going to apply the --
Fernando Guzman: The red-violet.
Amy E: Correct. The red and then more of this on top.
Fernando Guzman: What I'm going to do now, I am just going to cover the color to protect it with brown color base.
Amy E: So the red doesn't get on in the brown.
Fernando Guzman: And the red just don't take any from the bottom. So now I'm going to start doing my first section here. Now, you really get an idea how is the look going to be when I am done the color.
Amy E: Yeah. I can like visualize it, it's great. So you take pits of hair and then you are going to put that all in one foil.
Fernando Guzman: Yeah.
Amy E: Is this the foil you are going to use?
Fernando Guzman: Yeah. Come up probably from about mid section, you can see the line. This is the mid section.
Amy E: So you start in the middle?
Fernando Guzman: Yeah.
Amy E: Why?
Fernando Guzman: Because in the middle, there is the high to get lighter.
Amy E: So you want to let that sit for a bit longer.
Fernando Guzman: Because I can see -- you can see right at where this part is really light and this part is dark. When I start using color, here this color is going to be more lighter than this. So that's why I want to start here, to get more even color.
Amy E: I see. So you're going to color that whole section, and then we're going to come back, and we're going to do the top. The same color that we did under here. Alright, go to back in a minute.