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Published on 26 Aug 2013 | over 4 years ago

How many of you have clients asking for cuts with angled fronts -- hair that can move back away from the face? Sam facilitates this look with a very simple technique. Instead of trying to carve out the angle in the front and the 'V' shape in the back, we will learn to cut the interior and the shape will appear!

Tools Used To Achieve This Look:

Sam Villa Signature Series 7" Dry Cutting Shear

Sam Villa Long Cutting Comb

View our blog for more on cutting a V shape into long hair



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