When Cutting Hair Goes Wrong

Marquetta Breslin  by Marquetta Breslin • February 2, 2016

I remember a few years ago I frequented a salon bi-weekly. I wasn't overly impressed with the work, but the stylist got the job done.

I distinctly remember coming in excited for this particular appointment because I wanted a short hair cut.

I figured, since all of my other longer styles were sub-par this cut would be amazing since that's what she specialized in.

Boy was I wrong!

When I got home I was rubbing my fingers through my hair and found some short and long pieces in the back.

What ever happened to cross checking?

It was like all of the fundamentals went out the door when it came to cutting my hair.

Years ago, at that moment I decided to master the art of the cut so that I could teach it to others and I've done just that with my Cutting Mastery System.

That system takes you step by step just as you would go through a college course to teach you everything you beed to know and then the advanced razor cutting too.

I left no stone unturned with this one.

It's changed thousands of stylists ways of doing things.

Right now it's part of the 50% off sale so be sure to take advantage while there's still time. Just use the code 500FF

So just go to this link right here to get stated today!

Be blessed,
Marquetta Breslin


Marquetta Breslin

Marquetta Breslin

Marquetta Breslin is the creator of Million Dollar Stylist, Lace Wig Training System, Fully Booked, and many others. While she is known for her knowledge and wisdom passed on to other beauty professionals, she teaches her practical and inspirational lessons to people around the world on how to better their lives, their businesses, and themselves. Be notified on new articles, news, and events by subscribing to Marquetta's Daily Journal.

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