John Sahag Dry Hair Cutting Technique
This Special technique is the dry cutting method developed by the late John Sahag . His salon is in New York City. John was known for his run way hair styles. Some of John’s big celebrities were Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Anniston, Demi Moore and others. John had a passion for hair and made people feel great about themselves. John at the age of 53 left us in June of 2005 with brain cancer. His legacy lives on thru his dry cutting technique and his styling products. With John’s technique I am able to carve out shapes that are impossible with wet hair. When the hair is cut dry, it creates a natural shape according to the way the hair grows.
What does this mean to you the client?
First and very important, it means a better hair cut, one that blends better and grows out beautifully.
This is because I am able to cut individual strands of hair. When cutting hair dry you are able to see the hair
taking form with each snip of the scissor. Wet hair does not allow for natural inconsistencies.
This cut enables me to remove bulk and weight to create movement and dimension.
Our goal is low maintenance; high volume and minimal up keep between visits.
This dry cutting technique is appropriate for all hair types; curly, straight, wavy, fine or thick.
I invite you to experience the precision and detail found only in a Sahag Dry Cut.
This technique takes longer. For the dry cut, come in to the salon with clean dry hair.
Price for the cut alone is $45. If you still love my shampoos, I would still love to accommodate you.
The price is $65 for cut, shampoo and style.
This Cut will last you longer than standard hair cuts, approximately 2 to 3 months with some
Maintenance such as bangs and/ or the length.
Note….I am still doing my standard wet/dry cut $28, shampoo, cut & style $45
I will attend my level 2-B class on May 20th 2007 taught by Thomas Clancy.
Thomas worked closely with John at the New York workshop day in and day out.
You can find and learn more about Thomas Clancy at www.johnsahag.com
Thomas Clancy cut my hair, when I attended my level 2-B class in Destin, Florida.
I am planning my next class at the John Sahag Workshop in New York.
I love this technique and feel it is the best I can offer my clients. I see the difference in the way
The hair looks and moves. I really do not want to cut the way I use to. I put a little Sahag in
every cut, even if it is just in the bangs. When something is this great you want everyone to
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