JOHN SAHAG DRY CUT

After years of studying art and sculpture, John began to experiment by straightening hair out first - and then he would cut and carve shapes into that dry hair - going in and out, shaping, building, structuring hair just like an architect would go about his craft. He created bold and dynamic styles that would just flow into place, as if that style has always been there. Like you were born with it!
After years of watching the same old “wet cut” in salons all over the world - John felt there was something missing. He felt it was boring, unimaginative, and more like a ‘cookie cutter” method that an art form. It never seemed to give people a look that was as individual as they were or a style as versatile - as John had dreamed about.
He saw infinite possibilities with the Sahag Dry Cut Technique because he could eliminate bulk where it wasn’t needed and add thickness and body where it “asked” to go. It is a more artistic method and much more difficult to perform. But when it is done, a client can wear it straight, curly, or wavy - any way they want. Because it works a million ways. That’s the beauty of it. It gives you a look that’s as individual and as versatile as you are.
The Sahag Cut takes time, patience, and concentration and every craftsman at the Sahag Workshop has mastered it. They know how to accent your best features and how to lessen and diminish others. They study your contours and angles and understand them like an artist, so they can do what John trained them to do. Treat every client individually and find the “look” that is yours, and yours alone! It's like a signature "cut" as unique as your fingerprint.
After you leave the workshop, you feel like a celebrity, like you have been treated like a star, and have found the “image” and the perfect cut and hairstyle for you. It is so unique and precision perfect - friends and strangers come over and ask “Who cuts your hair?” It’s the ultimate compliment, for you and for us.
John felt his Sahag Cut “worked like magic” and I promise you, once you experience it...so will you.This is by far my favorite way to cut hair, and I am very lucky to have studied with John Sahag .... this is a cutting method that works because the cut is designed for you and your hair...
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