Dry Cut $45+
Dry Cut – ($45+) Dry cutting the hair will allow the stylist to see exactly how the hair will fall providing better blending, and allows the stylist to personalize your cut. Dry cutting can be great for thick-haired women who want to remove bulk. For women with curly hair, dry cutting lets hairstylists visually see how each unique curl falls providing them the opportunity to cut each one individually.
What is Dry Cutting?
Dry cutting hair is basically what it sounds like. The stylist will cut your hair while it is still dry, instead of the traditional wash, wet cut, blow out. This is a great hair cutting alternative which offers numerous benefits, particularly to women with incredibly thick or curly hair.
Benefits of Dry Cutting
The benefits of dry cutting the hair has to do with creating the perfect cut. When the hair is still dry, the stylist can see how the hair falls as they cut it. This allows for better blending, and a more personalized cut. Women with exceptionally thick hair can choose the dry cutting method to remove bulk or excess hair.
Curly haired women probably already know the difficulties that come with traditional wet cutting and blow out methods. Curls simply aren’t the same when they are wet, and may be weighed down to the point that the hair appears straight. Dry cutting, however, allows for the stylist to see how every unique curl naturally falls about the head. This allows them to cut each hair individually for a well-groomed, yet natural style unique to each woman and her lustrous locks.
What To Expect
When you arrive at the salon, your stylist will discuss with you the exact look you are aiming for. They may offer professional advice based on your hair’s length, thickness, shape of your face, etc. Together, the two of you will come up with a plan as to what the best style (and method of achieving it) is.
Since your hair will be cut while it is dry, you will not have a shampoo, condition, and rinse prior to cutting. The price of dry cutting begins at $40, but may be more based on the complexity of your chosen style. Your stylist will discuss this with you in advance, so you know what to expect.
Please remember to leave enough time in your schedule for your stylist to work their magic. Hair cutting is an art which takes time if it is to be done right, and you may not get the perfect results you desire if you rush your hair stylist.