A cutting technique where the curls are cut in their dry, natural state one curl at a time. Also known as the curl-by-curl method.
To DevaCut or not to DevaCut, that is the question. I've been contemplating this cut for a minute. I even attempted my own DIY cut earlier in the year, which I think worked out well.
my DIY DevaCut
Then in June after straightening my hair I went into the salon for a trim. The stylist ended up reshaping my layers and I prayed that my freshly trimmed hair would translate into a cute curly cut but i was dead WRONG. After a little bit of research I believe that she used a cutting technique on my hair called "notching" where she basically thinned out my ends. I guess she didn't get the memo that big hair was in *_* Now that my hair is curly again the shape is choppy and my ends are super thin. Needless to say, I am NOT happy.
after my trim
I've got some big events coming up soon (one of which is the Bella Kinks DFW Natural Hair Expo) so I need this to be fixed STAT. Hubs said to leave it alone ... "don't change anything right before your big event." But I seriously have to do something. It's just an itch I have to scratch. There's an appointment in Austin this week with my name on it. Wish me luck!
Have you ever had a DevaCut? Was it a good experience or a bad one? Lemme know in the comments below!