Hair Contemporary/Contemporary Look How to Achieve
|Avant Garde | Activity 1 | Activity 2 | Practical Activity
|Classic Look | How to Achieve | Practical Activity | Group Discussion
|Contemporary Look | How to Achieve | Practical Activity | Group Discussion
|Beauty Think Tank
|Beauty Think Tank | Activity 1 | Activity 2 | Activity 3
|Nail Art | Hand and Nail Care | Practical Activity | Group Discussion
|Cultural and Tribal
|Cultural and Tribal Styles | Activity 1
|Glamour Look | Activity 1
|Competition and Research
|Competition and Research | Challenge 1 | Challenge 2
Jodie Knight’s wet weave and styling products, using the side weave technique is a Contemporary Look, modern in style and design. This weave is continuously taken from one side and continuously woven from the initial starting point.
Stylist Jodie Knight
"I chose to style Kirsten's hair because she has very long healthy hair and an attractive face. The style is a 'Contemporary Look' because it is modern in style and design. She is beautiful no matter what you do to her so she can pull the look off. The wedding dress, make-up and accessories are also modern in style and design."
The total package produces the 'Contemporary Look'.
Contemporary Hair Weave
Section the hair in a horse-shoe or semi-circle section from the crown to the front of the head.
Divide hair into approximately 20 vertical sections.
Start the weave from the right side, working the vertical piece of hair in an over under pattern, continue towards the left side of the horse-shoe.
Secure your weave with pins or sectioners at the left side allowing hair to be included into the rest of the style.
Continue working your weave from right to left using your over and under pattern until you eventually run out of hair.
The bottom of Kirsten's hair was curled with a hot tong and pinned in the middle back showing the detailed length on one side.