While your hair is wet the strands bunch up together thus making it easier to cut. You can sit back and relax in your salon chair knowing you will have a precise haircut.
I have a very mixed curl pattern on my head.
Cut wavy hair wet or dry. For example when hair curls up it may be a lot shorter or more voluminous and the stylist has to try and account for this. Watch as curly hair expert Diane Da Costa shows you how to do the perfect cut on wavy hair. Cutting hair when wet is also faster than cutting dry hair without sacrificing quality.
On the other hand if you have coarse textured hair thats on the curly. However a dry cut might not be the right. Cutting dry hair requires expert skills.
This technique allows stylists to pay closer attention to your curl. Its also quick to cut without sacrificing quality. Start with hair completely dry in a middle part.
I have fine thin wavy hair and when my hair is cut wet almost always too much is cut off. My personal preference on shaping curls is based on the curl pattern. When cutting curl patterns 2a to 3a I can start off shaping wet because the curls are of a loose nature.
But if you wear it straight Mena advises blowing it out before the cut If you have naturally wavy. Wet hair cutting is also great for coarse and high-density hair which is unmanageable to cut dry. For some curly girls that can be a huge huge difference.
How my hair looked when wet was another sign that it. Wet hair is easier to cut in comparison to dry hair. The stylist will let your hair air-dry before cutting so he or she can see your curl pattern.
Using your ears to hold the rest of your hair back take small pieces of hair to create a guide for the rest of your hair. If you plan on wearing your hair with natural ie not from an iron curls or waves at least half the time opt for a dry cut. Any hair that has texture or spring to it should be cut dry.
Use a fine-tooth comb so. If you opt for a dry cut your stylist can work with your hair in its natural state. Shrinkage is what you call the difference between the length of your hair when its wet and pulled straight compared to when its dry.
Furthermore straight and thin hair with blunt edges can be trimmed easily when the hair is wet. When you cut curly or wavy hair wet there is a certain amount of guesswork involved. If you have thin or fine hair thats on the straighter end of the spectrum a wet haircut is likely idealjust keep in mind that when your hair dries the cut will end up a little shorter than when wet.
On curly wavy or coily hair a dry cut usually involves cutting the hair curl by curl to make each individual S-wave spiral or coil look its best. If my client has 3b to 4c hair I prefer to shape dry. Then add to that the stretch factor some hair actually stretches more when its wet.
Having hair that looks straight but is poofy is one sign of having wavy hair or curly hair. This is because of shrinkage. In my hair the shrinkage works out to be around 10cm.
When hair is wet strands group together making it easier to cut. If you start combing through and cutting the traditional way on dry curls you can actually alter the natural texture Fine hair is the only hair type that she absolutely says should be cut dry. Your hair isnt pin-straight it has bends or twists in it sometimes.
When your hair is cut wet its shorter than you wanted once it dries. One downside of wet hair cutting is that it takes more effort and time.