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August 21, 2008

The “Aine” How-To from Aveda Transparency

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The “Aine” How-To from Aveda Transparency

Aveda Artist Dylan Sit demonstrates “Aine” – a cut from the Transparency collection.


With this look, there’s more than meets the eye; it can be styled forward, pulled back, be with or without a fringe, straight or textured. It’s a versatile cut your clients are sure to love.


View the Collection: Aveda Transparency


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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Create two sections, separating hair at the tample and moving upward.

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    Place bottom section into a loose ponytail. Then comb top section into a middle part, dividing it into equal portions on both sides.

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    Starting at the center back, take a vertical section, cut to the desired length. Continue with taking pie sections moving toward the front hairline.

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    Continue pulling the hair toward you cutting straight down at an angle to establish length.

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    Finished angle.

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    Remove the ponytail. Part hair down the center. Take a one-inch horizontal section, working up the head.

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    Continue taking one-inch sections until you reach the crown (ear to ear).

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    Use electric clippers to sharpen up the edge.

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    Continue using the clippers around the sides to sharpen up the angle.

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    Create a curve section for the fringe.

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    Take individual pieces and carve the fringe, mirroring the curve section with the razor.

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    Completed look.

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