Bricklay Roll Spiral Wrap Technique
The bricklay pattern is a classical technique for arranging or setting the tools in position for waving. It creates a smooth flow of movement because base partings are offset from row to row. In this design, we transform the shoulder-length horizontal blunt haircut to create luxurious wave pattern, movement, and dimension. The nape area is rolled horizontally, using a bricklay pattern. This creates expansion and undulation. The rest of the hair is spiral wrapped with larger tools to create elongated ringlets.
The rolling and spiraling technique are fundamental for creating a wide variety of texture effects. The techniques remain the same whether the pattern of application is within direction is within direction, curvature, or straight movements.
The rolling technique involves rotating the tool to wrap the hair evenly around it. Distribute the hair evenly along the tool as you roll smoothly toward the base. This creates a strong undulation.
The spiral technique involves winding a strand of hair along a tool from one end to the other. This creates natural-looking, elongated texture.