Nvq 2 Cuting Assesnent

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Hairdressing NVQ level 2
Basic Cutting Assignment 6

One Length Hair Cut.

Equipment required:
Scissors, cutting collar, sectioning clips, gown, towel, comb, water spray. How to sit or positioning of the client:
The client must be sitting up nice and straight with their head slightly tilted towards the floor to prevent unwanted graduation, it is absolutely vital that the client does not have their legs crossed as this could cause problems with balance and symmetry. Cutting techniques used for one length cut:

Club cutting at a 0’degree angle to achieve a solid line.
The cutting process for a one length cut:
Firstly make sure the hair is wet then section the hair in to a hot cross bun., take a small section from the middle of the head at the nape and club cut at a 0’degree angle continue this until you reach the crown. To check the length and balance of the hair take 2 small sections from either side and run your fingers down to check the length. Join in the sides by taking a small section close to the ear area using the back section as your guide to the front,

Continue this on both sides and don’t forget to check the balance and length matches on each side as you go.

Long Graduation
Equipment required:
Scissors, cutting collar, sectioning clips, gown, towel, comb, water spray. How to sit or positioning of the client:
The client must be sitting up nice and straight with their head slightly tilted towards the floor to prevent unwanted graduation, it is absolutely vital that the client does not have their legs crossed as this could cause problems with balance and symmetry. Cutting techniques used for long graduation:

Club cutting and a 90’ degree angle 45’angle
The cutting process for Long Graduation:
Section the hair in to hot cross bun sections making sure that the Base line Is a balanced one length cut. Next take sections from each side facing the front of the client take each side section and over direct at 45’degress maintaining then...
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