This week Ruth shares tips for cutting layers that are natural, loose and unstructured. A technique that involves both slide cutting and blunt cutting is used to cut layers into the surface of the hair with loose soft-looking ends. You don’t see all the layers, but they create lots of movement. Because textured layers so popular, cutting layers this way into a style is a really easy way to add texture and movement to modernize the look!
About: Ruth Roche specializes in design/finishing trends and business – she’s as captivating in front of thousands as she is in an intimate in-salon setting. She is the winner of multiple North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) awards and has contributed to Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology. Stylists from around the world learn, grow and fuel their creative fire with her. She is an established celebrity stylist (Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Amy Adams, Pink, Jenna Fischer, Mariah Carey…) and maintains a loyal clientele at RARE Salon in NYC, where she is both founder and creative director.