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December 16, 2007

Tyson Daniel “Regina” Step-by-Step

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Tyson Daniel “Regina” Step-by-Step

Tyson Daniel presents the “Regina” Step-by-Step from his recent Swept Away Collection.


“My inspiration for this work comes from an influence of fashion and modern trend, but more from wanting my clients hair to have an influence in the way they see their own beauty. To have a simple confidence in how my client is seen by others. To have a style of movement that has the power to make her feel swept away. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I have.” – Tyson Daniel


For more information of Tyson, please check out his bio accompanying the “After” image of this technical.



 


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HOW-TO STEPS

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    Start with dry, and smooth hair. Working first with the heavier side of the part.  Take a section from the part to the round of the head.  Lift the entire section straight up combing it smooth.

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    With the section controlled, over direct the hair to the opposite side of the head.

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    Drape the section evenly in your comb. Now, maneuver your comb to create the length and shape of the layers. Point cut the line for a soft edge.

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    Now move the shallow side of the part. Take the side section and over direct to the opposite side of the head.

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    Drape the section evenly in your comb. maneuver your comb to create the length and shape of the layers. Point cut the line for a soft edge. Note: This side will be cut a bit shorter for balance.

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    Lift the front section in the comb to create the shape and length of the fringe or bang. In this design the section has been lifted, and over directed towards the part to give it a swept feeling.

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    Detail the fringe and remember that small details around the face make a big difference.

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    Gather the side section in your comb. Create a soft blend from the edge of the fringe to the length.

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    Repeat Step 8 on the other side.

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    Combing the side section in the position it will be worn. Detail the line to create a clean blend.

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    Isolate the back section of hair. The size of the section will determine how deeply in to the perimeter you will be layering.

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    Spread the section evenly in your comb. Point cut to create layers in the back.

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    Tilting the head down, gather the entire length in the comb. Cut desired length.

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    The Shear Genius of Tyson Daniel is something you want to experience. His passion and love for the industry has made his 14-year career a very busy one. Tyson Daniel, a second generation hairdesigner, has trained fellow hairdressers thru out the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe.
     
    “I love the discovery process of hairdesign. I want to offer a fun, and creative environment for us to explore our hairdressing, and ourselves. I have always believed that it is what we give of our selves that will determine how we see the world around us.”
     
    Tyson Daniel truly gives all of himself when it comes to sharing the latest innovations in hairdressing. Tyson Daniel served with the TIGI Artistic Team from 1997-2004, traveling nationally and internationally, sharing ideas and inspiring fellow hairdressers. Tyson Daniel was named TIGI hairdresser of the year in 1999, and scored many other photographic awards in 1999-2002.
     
    Winning 4 challenges on Bravo’s Shear Genius has brought a lot of attention to this artist’s talent. Now as one of the most requested artists for the PureOlogy Artistic Team, Tyson Daniel goes wherever there is a desire to learn and grow.
     
    This award winning hairdresser’s biggest prize has been the honor to make a positive impact in the hairdressing industry.  Learn more about Tyson Daniel at www.tysondaniel.com

    Photographer:  Justin Grant
    Model: Regina
    Makeup:  Melina Thompson
    Photo Styling:  Tyson Daniel

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