Presentation on theme: "0 Degree/Blunt Cut. 2 Student Objectives Identify reference points on head and understand their role in haircutting Apex Four Corners Parietal Ridge Occipital."— Presentation transcript:
0 Degree/Blunt Cut
2 Student Objectives Identify reference points on head and understand their role in haircutting Apex Four Corners Parietal Ridge Occipital Bone Temporal Bone Define perimeter, guidelines, elevations & angles Demonstrate proper sectioning for haircutting Demonstrate palming shears & comb during cutting Demonstrate the proper disinfection of cutting tools
3 Things To Review Keep manikins head upright during cutting Do not let hair dry out, keep evenly moist while cutting Keep fingers and shears parallel to the station or floor Comb hair at least twice before cutting to ensure hair is tangle-free and smooth before cutting Do not cut past your second knuckle *SAFETY Do not cut if you do not see your guideline
4 0 Degree Haircut-Preparation (5 minutes) Disinfect station and sanitize hands Drape manikin with sanex strip and styling cape Thoroughly wet manikins hair Detangle hair and comb straight back out of face
5 0 Degree Haircut-Center Parts Create a center parting from forehead going across the apex of the head to nape of neck Create a second parting from ear to ear, crossing over the apex again
6 0 Degree Haircut-Clipping Sections Clip up all 4 sections with butterfly clips, ensuring all hair is inside the clips Remove your cutting tools from the case and place on your station
7 0 Degree Haircut-Back Guideline Create a ½ slight diagonal guideline across the nape of the neck & clip up the remaining hair as you did when creating your 4 sections
8 O Degree Haircut-Cutting Guideline Taking 1 section of hair at the center of the guideline, holding fingers parallel to the floor, remove only ½ of hair using your shears. Moving towards the right take another 1 section of hair, holding a small portion of the previously cut hair as your guide remove ½ of hair. Continue moving towards the right until completely finished, then going back to the center and move towards the left to finish your back guideline.
9 0 Degree H/C-Cutting Back Sections Take off another diagonal ½ parting of hair from the right and left back sections and clip up the remaining hair Comb hair straight down over the previous guideline you created Taking a 1 section at the center holding the hair with NO tension along with your guideline and cut the hair to match your guideline Continue cutting hair from center to the right and then returning to the center and cutting hair towards the left.
10 0 Degree H/C-Cont. Back Sections Continue taking ½ subsections from the back right and left sections, cutting hair to match the stationary guide until you have finished both back sections moving across the occipital bone up to the crown area. Comb all hair straight down, do not allow any hair to fall forward towards the side sections
11 0 Degree H/C-Left Side Section Take a ½ horizontal parting on the left side of the head from the hairline to the side parting just behind the ear Comb hair straight down over the ear
12 O Degree H/C- Left Side Starting at the ear, using the guideline you created at the back and holding with NO tension create a new guideline for the side section Continue taking off ½ subsections on the left side, working up to the parietal ridge until you have completed the side section
13 0 Degree H/C-Right Side Section Take a ½ horizontal parting on the right side of the head from the hairline to the side parting just behind the ear; comb hair straight down Starting at the ear, using the guideline you created at the back and holding with NO tension create a new guideline for the side section Continue taking off ½ subsections on the right side, working up to the parietal ridge until you have completed the side section
14 0 Degree H/C-Final Check After completing your haircut, turn your manikin around facing you and check to make sure both sides are the same length Double check your Perimeter for accuracy Sweep up your hair and disinfect your station, chair and implements