French cutting is based on sculpting, it is a free hand carving out of hair to the finished detail. I can do such haircuts in ten to fifteen minutes, by that time the cut is almost dry and with very little blow drying (without a brush) you have a wash & wear free flowing cut.
English haircutting on the other hand is more like stacking Lego blocks, section by section until you have a completed block. The diamond cut which is a Vidal Sassoon technique from the 60s is based very much on architecture. Blow drying also follows the same routine.
I am not suggesting one is better then the other, French may not suit some people or vice versa. I use both techniques and have also introduced my own style. I cut hair while it is flipped over or I may fade with electric clippers on a finished cut whether it is long or short.
You can view a good example of French cutting of all places on a Vidal Sassoon TV commercial I did on www.voihaircuts.com.au
5. Two types of Hairdressers
One is honest and the other is a product pusher, purposely damaging hair, for financial gain. This Salon will look like a chemist shop. The hairdresser will purposely over colour your hair so you return sooner and will push products to fix the damage they have done. They will also either purposely or naively, over blow dry your hair and use straightening irons which will stretch and singe your hair and change its texture to nylon.
Medium length curly haircuts for round faces Photo Gallery
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