AHP Indie Stylist

Volume 4, Issue 2

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N ot a m e m b e r ? J o i n at a s so c iate d h a i rp rofe s sio n a ls .c o m 47 Sh t Cut TAKING THE of a shorter chop is that it offers more personality. Short haircuts are expressive and distinctive, which is part of their allure, especially now that there are various hybrid approaches to any given cut. In my years as a hairstylist, I've found that hair trends often mirror our educational experiences; you learn the rules so you can break them; you experiment within the parameters of understanding that you've acquired. Trends are never truly new or different from before. What changes the most is the terminology and, as a result, the language of a client's request. David Garcia, master stylist, educator, and extensions expert at Tricoci Salon Stylist, and Anh Co Tran, global creative director for Milbon and celebrity hair expert, shared the most important things to know about short haircuts—the fundamentals and the flair. Here's a breakdown of how to achieve the most popular short haircuts, the terms you need to know to meet a client's request, and pro tips to give each approach a unique look.

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