Creating a good choppy hairdo often requires special equipment not often employed by the hairstylist. This can be important. For stylists, the tools of the trade are a joy to work with. That is why clients must think carefully when listening to the recommendations of their favorite groomer, regardless of how long they’ve worked with them. After a while, the professional hair designer wants to use all of his tools. The urge to finally work with that special razor or trimmer may overcome them even when the head in front of them is not right for the job! This is why you must communicate clearly with your stylist when you move to a shorter look. Don’t let your expert use you to try out that new piece of equipment!
With that note to the wise and wary being done, it should be noted that a new choppy haircut can be a really wild and fun adventure. The location of the chops and abrupt snips used in this style are chosen through intuition and experience, not through a well-established plan.
It is best to have at least medium length hair before beginning this hairdo, because of all the styles in the world, the choppy look is the one that is most likely to veer off into disaster during creation. Every professional stylist has a bad day, sometimes! Even so, a good stylist will have no problem creating a great choppy hairdo is your face shape and hair texture are right for the style.