Channel Cutting Razor Texturizing Hair Technique for Volume and Movement

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December 04, 2023
Channel Cutting Razor Texturizing Hair Technique for Volume and Movement

Texturizing hair can entail many things. You can create texture with tools such as scissors, shears or a razor. There are various texturizing techniques for cutting hair such as twist cutting, creating layers, channel cutting and even point cutting. You can even use texturizer sprays and chemical products that can be placed at the roots, body of the hair and the ends.

But in this video, Russell will be focusing on channel cutting. Channel cutting is a hair texturizing technique that instills texture, volume, movement as well as removes bulk. While many stylists and barbers may use texturizing shears, thinning shears or regular scissors to reduce hair density, there’s something special about using a razor as a hair texturizer. Hair cutting is an art and results can look slightly different based on the tool you use to achieve it. With a razor, the look is more lived-in. The tool you use will depend on the effect you’re trying to create and to provide the best customer care for what the client is looking for.

Explore the art of texturizing hair using the precision of the Feather Plier Razor, a premier bare blade haircutting razor for advanced professionals. Dive into the nuances of channel texturizing with a razor and compare the effects it has on hair from a solid shape to a texturized shape. Come to understand the concept of channel texturizing and its impact on overall hair shape, the visual effects as well as the volume and movement differences from different views. You will also learn how to texturize hair based on hair texture. Whether you’re working on thin or thick hair, hair type will influence the cutting technique. Channel cutting can also be done on curly hair, just not as much.

Gain the skills and confidence to expertly execute channel cutting for texturized hair with the Feather Plier Razor. Whether focusing on the nape, center sections, or the entire head of hair, this class provides a comprehensive understanding of the art and science behind achieving stunning textured hairstyles. Join us for an immersive learning experience that will elevate your hairstyling repertoire.

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