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The hair wizards at the Public Salon show you how to properly layer hair according to your hair's natural thickness and texture. ...
Find out how you can score perfect tresses!
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Alder Hacket: Hello I’m at Alder Hacket at Public Salon located in Brooklyn, New York. And today we are talking about how to stylishly layer hair. On the best things that keep in mind when layering somebody’s hair is first of all their hair texture and their hair density. Which you know, you never want to over layer the hair as to create any kind of gaps in the bottom of the hair. Fullness is the always key from the top to the bottom. Also, choosing layers that are really going to work for the client’s lifestyle, their face shape and the effort that they willing to put into their hair every morning. Layer should be easy, should style themselves and should always be pretty little maintenance and work best for the clients’ hair texture.
Female: Okay. We’re going to talk about products that you can use at home for easy styling. First this is the grooming cream, it’s a cream, it’s very light whole and if you really don’t want to do much to your hair, this is a product for you, you can put it in dry, you can put it in wet, you want to start with a very small amount, work it in your hands and you can always add more if you need to, excellent stuff. Most hair salons have bubble and bubbles. It’s a great line, the best hair salons have it. It’s a great for your…
Alder Hacket: Bubble and bubble, the best salons in New York carry it.
Female: Yes. So you need to use these products because they’re awesome and they go every hair type basically. That is what makes it so fabulous.