Simply the Best? It’s Stacey Broughton Week!
Is Stacey Broughton Simply the Best hairdresser in the world?
His initials certainly think so! And with his precision, technique, skill and style, he’s definitely earned his reputation as a world-class hairdresser and educator.
That’s why it gives us particular pleasure to introduce him as the star of this week’s MHD spotlight. From the 5-point haircut to the Weller mod, the box bob, the long A-line shape and the freehand haircut, get ready to enhance your repertoire with our Stacey fest!
Combine balance and shape in the 5-point haircut
Stacey Broughton’s 5-point haircut is his tribute to Vidal Sassoon and – as such – is an iconic combination of balance and shape. Perfect for advanced stylists, prepare to get to grips with Stacey’s dynamic interpretation.
You’ll begin with vertical graduation tailored into the side areas – balancing both sides ensures control over the internal shape, while carving the shape into the nape area enhances the beauty of the head. Encompassing a range of technical skills from disconnection and elevation to layering, over-direction and point cutting, the end result is as relevant now as it was in the sixties.
Get short, sweet and spiky with the Weller mod
If you want to impress and excite your clients, then our second featured tutorial is definitely one for you. The Weller Mod – perfect for advanced stylists – is sweet and feminine yet spiky and cool.
Stacey shows you how to combine blunt and point cutting with disconnection, graduation, layering and over-direction. While the cut is influenced by the mod culture of the sixties and eighties – and specifically Paul Weller – the look you’ll create is undeniably modern.
Liberate your clients with the beautiful box bob
The box bob is a constant presence on the couture scene as well as being endlessly popular with salon clientele. So it’s a great one to add to your repertoire – and who better to teach you than the master of precision?!
Demonstrating how to position the line above the hairline, Stacey shows you how to continue the line from front to back – as well as demonstrating placement and length of the fringe. The end result is an iconic look that stands the test of time.
Get contemporary with the long A-line shape
Our fourth featured Stacey Broughton tutorial is the long A-line hair shape – a contemporary style that your clients will adore.
Beginning by graduating from the internal area, you’ll learn how to cut a softly pointed outline. With Stacey’s invaluable advice on graduation and over-direction – as well as finger and body positioning – you’ll also get to grips with freehand techniques to soften and loosen this gorgeous shape.
Blend longer lengths with geometric style in the freehand cut
Ideal for advanced stylists, our final featured tutorial is Stacey Broughton’s advanced freehand cut.
In this lesson, you’ll master a range of technical skills including disconnection, graduation, over-direction, pivoting and freehand cutting to create an advanced salon look that blends a soft veil of longer lengths with geometric style.
Not simple but simply stunning!
Enjoy 64 Stacey Broughton tutorials with MHD
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