Last updated: 15 July 2021
Tom Zappala has developed a unique approach that pairs well with the tactile skills accrued through a relentless pursuit of excellence. As a result, Tom continues to foster a successful international reputation as a highly regarded, independent professional. This is why a Google search for 'dry cutting Melbourne' has led so many here. The intention of this site is to transparently convey exactly what is offered, and whose needs this will likely serve well. Additional Reading
This is a specialist practice for those who wish to embrace their natural hair texture with a healthy, low-fuss routine. These efforts enthusiastically support individuals of Multiracial, Middle Eastern, and South Asian heritage. Those who have been told their hair is 'difficult' or have long struggled with dense, multi-textured or fine hair concerns are both welcomed and encouraged.
Tucked inside Smith Street icon Wabi Sabi, the private practice studio provides a one-to-one setting for thorough consultancy and undivided attention to details. Its primary function is to be sensory-friendly and supportive for those who are introverted, anxious, or neurodiverse. Tom's studio also provides an emotionally safe space for individuals with sensitive health situations or past traumas.
The work performed here is renowned for growing out exceptionally well over an extended period of time. The shapes are designed to be high-functioning, providing meticulous density distribution for increased body, texture, and movement. The consistent themes are longer rather than shorter and always considered, contemporary and collaborative. The finish is low-fuss. There are no irons or round brushes. The goal is to ensure the cut performs well at home with your usual efforts, if any. Average return interval is 4 to 6 months. Product Usage Information
Dry Cutting Melbourne
Tom does not advocate for strict CGM practices or ideologies. This is a variable approach practice which encourages and supports natural textures of hair in a realistic, individual, and low-fuss manner. Dry cutting is often ideal and utilised, but not exclusively. As curls will need to be analysed, it is essential to arrive with your hair suitably prepared in a natural state.
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