Sarai Speer, a Hair Artist in Kansas, USA is trending for her unique hair cutting technique. She calls it the “Whoville Christmas Tree” haircut.
Here’s the video @insiderbeauty Made about my “Whoville Christmas Tree” Cutting technique. 🚨 Warning: if you have never done this, don’t just go HAM on your next client’s hair!! I have been doing this technique for years and IT WORKS FOR ME AND MY CLIENTS. THIS TECHNIQUE ISN’T FOR EVERYONE!!!!! I wouldn’t do this with any old shear, either. I use the BEST shear around….my @hanzonation Shears. This technique is done with my 6.5” Kamikaze. (My go to shear) I cut the perimeter first, dry the hair, then go back in and use this technique to texturize and soften the layers. I do NOT do this technique every single time I cut the clients hair. I do it about every 3-4 visits. It’s a great way to add softness and interior layering while debulking.
No matter how crazy the technique, the results are keeping clients hooked on to this hairstylist.
I’m so lucky to have the awesome clients that I do. I’m SO freaking grateful to those who sit in my chair and trust me!!! This is one of the many heads of hair that I look forward to coming in! @kelseyc26 I’m thankful to do what I love….every single day!! And I’m thankful to the companies that I work with and use daily, and the ones that admire my work and send me goodies that make my job easier. 2017 has been a HUGE growth year for me and I’m so excited to kick more ass in 2018!!!
I know my “normal” hair doesn’t get as much love as my vivids….but I don’t care. Natural looking hair is actually the bread and butter of my clientele. When it’s done well, it doesn’t matter what color it is 💕 I had the pleasure of doing these two sister’s hair last week. I love that I got to introduce BOTH of these babes to HAIR PAINTING 🙌 Painted both with my @framar Power Paint Brush, KO Blondes with Lift Thru (from @trionicshaircare) with @olaplex.