Natural Volume for Natural Waves

A low maintenance, high-impact look

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Natural Volume for Natural Waves Includes:

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Natural Volume for Natural Waves

Natural waves and volume are on trend and in demand. But when creating a low maintenance, high-impact look for our clients, choosing a technique and shape that works with their natural texture is key. In this lesson, Judith Viola will walk you through building volume into natural waves by working the interior of the shape to the round of the head, and the perimeter with convex lines.

You will learn:

  • How to build volume and texture on natural waves
  • Why using controlled slicing and carving works with the natural movement of hair
  • How to use the client’s head positioning to easily create a fluid convex baseline
  • The importance and art of using free-hand carving to detail out your cut while creating definition

 

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Judith Viola


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Judith Viola (@judeviola) thrives in an educational environment, whether she is the teacher or student. A #crafthairdresser at heart, she has carved a space in the industry with her recognizable style and constant desire to learn and grow. With deep roots in Toni&Guy Hairdressing, Judith’s work marries precision and personalization. She designs unique looks for the individual, drawing inspiration from personal style with respect to modern nostalgia. Specializing in shorter, textured haircuts, Judith uses a combination of wet and dry cutting techniques to create styles that are both soft and bold. Judith’s personal mission is to align the visual and the technical through the mindful sharing of process. Today she achieves this as the creator of Headparty (@headparty), a movement of hairdressers seeking to connect beauty with thought.