Cutting curly hair is completely different than cutting straight or even wavy hair . It is far more difficult than cutting straight hair. If your stylist has been cutting your curly hair wet - he's doing it wrong. The initial cut must be done on clean dry hair. To cut curly hair one must truly carve the shape. Besides using shears much of the cutting may done with a T edger. This allows a shape to be cut in the hair without moving it. After the rough shape of the hair is cut this way, the hair may be shampooed and re-cut wet. Even then, Ian tells his curly hair clients that when they do their hair themselves, it may pull up differently than it did in the salon. If that does occur, Ian encourages them to return so that he can touch up the cut at no additional charge. It is a more time consuming procedure, so please advise Ian at the time you make your appointment, so that he can plan accordingly. Always remember: no cut can change the texture of your hair. If you come in with curly hair you will leave with curly hair.
Note: Extremely wavey hair may require the same approach. Please tell Ian about the texture of your hair when making an appointment.