Getting your hair washed, cut and then blow dried seems very normal, we’ve been following this throughout our lives. However, you may be surprised to know that this is now an old-school hair cutting method. A new, more trusted method is – the dry haircut. Several hairstylists around the world are switching to the dry method to get the best results. However, before you ask for the dry haircut method on your next chop, we suggest you consider your strand type...

Wet haircut
 

Wet haircut

The density and visual length of your hair appears different when it is wet. Therefore, after your hair is blow-dried it appears a little shorter. Stick to the wet haircut style if you’re looking for a straighter, similar length haircut such as the blunt lob. As it gives precise, clean lines that its dry counterpart won’t be able to. Hair stylists also prefer this haircut method when creating a pixie cut as any wrong chop can completely mess up the look. If you have naturally straight hair you can safely go for this method as it will give you precise results.

Dry haircut
 

Dry haircut

So what’s the fuss surrounding dry haircut you ask? Let’s find out! It is slowly becoming a popular and preferred haircut method amongst hairstylist. Dry haircut allows your hairstylist to identify how your hair sits naturally. The waves and curls look more pronounced in dry hair, therefore the result you were aiming for is far more achievable. It is perfect for those who have uneven hair texture – thicker on one side and thinner on the other. The dry haircut method is perfect for those with curly, wavy and fine hair. It is highly recommended for those with fine hair. When hair is wet it looks like a lot and the stylist may end up cutting more than it is required.

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