How To Do a Rezo Cut at Home on 2B, 3C, 4A, 4C Hair and More

Are you looking to transform your curls into a new haircut? You have a lot of options to choose from, but one you should know about is Rezo Cut, a relatively new technique that has been making waves online within the wrinkled world.

Whether you are completely new to the Rezo cut or you would like to know more, we can help you. In this article, we’ll tell you what the Rezo Cut is, who created it, how it differs from other zigzag cuts like the Deva, and more.

What is Rezo Cut?

The Rezo Cut is a popular dry cut that creates massive volume at the crown of the head while maintaining the length of the curls. For this reason, the haircut suits everyone, regardless of their hair type.

With this haircut, the braids can move freely, adding personality to the overall look.

Perhaps the best thing about Rezo Cut is that it is more versatile than most other curly girls’ cuts. When done right, it looks great whether your hair is curly or straight.

The cutting technique can also be changed for different results (less volume, more volume, bangs, etc.) and works on all hair types.

Who created Rezo Cut?

Rezo Cut was created by Nuba Suarez, celebrity hairstylist and curly hair educator who owns Utopia Salon & Day Spa. According to Curl Expert, Nubia Suarez, Rezo Cut uses circular and triangular parts to create flawless shape, body and balance.

Rezo Cut vs Deva Cut

Some people confuse DevaCut with Rezo Cut. While both styles are performed on dry hair, there are some distinct differences that you should be aware of.

The DevaCut refers to curl-by-curl cutting that focus on framing the face and making every curl of your hair look great.

It is the best curl-cutting technique for those who usually wear curls in their natural state, as DevaCut rarely looks good on straight hair or after blowouts.

On the other hand, Rezo Cut is not primarily focused on face framing. Instead, it focuses more on adding volume and movement.

Rezo Cut technology is also different from DevaCut technology. Rezo Cut requires a distinct cutting technology that uses a special parting technology and circular cutting processes versus crimp cut by curl.

How Rezo Cut works

If you are new to cutting your hair, we highly suggest that you find a stylist (who specializes in curling hair) in your area who is familiar with how Rezo Cut works. This will help you prevent a disastrous haircut.

But if you have a little experience under your belt, you can create a beautiful Rezo Cut from the comfort of your own home, and we’ll show you how to master the cutting technique.

If you want to make Rezo Cut yourself, this section is for you. We’ll tell you exactly what to do to get your RezoCut bombshell without the expensive salon trip.

Gather your materials

The first step is to gather all the materials you will need for this pattern. For Rezo Cut you will need the following items:

  • hair cutting scissors
  • alligator clips
  • Ratel comb

Shampoo, conditioner and styling

For best results, you should make sure that your hair matches your usual style. This way, you will know what your hair will look like in the end as you cut it.

If your hair is extremely dirty, stretchy or cluttered with heavy product buildup, we recommend starting from scratch with a shampoo session.

Shampoo your hair as usual unless you use a sulfate shampoo regularly. Sulfate-free shampoos are much gentler on hair and can achieve the same cleansing results as sulfate shampoos.

We recommend switching to a sulfate-free moisturizing shampoo if possible. Concentrate the shampoo on the roots of your hair, then rinse well.

Follow up with a shampoo or deep conditioner session. A deep conditioner will leave your hair more moisturized than a regular conditioner.

However, you may be able to handle a regular conditioner if you don’t suffer from chronic dry hair.

Application Conditioner or deep conditioner Apply all over your hair, focusing primarily on the ends, then rinse thoroughly (wait a few minutes before rinsing out the deep conditioner).

Now that your hair is clean and conditioned, it’s time to style it the way you normally wear it. Most women who choose Rezo Cut wear their hair in style wash and go Hairstyle.

Apply leave-in cream, moisturizer, hairspray, and/or gel, then blow-dry your hair as usual.

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How to do Rezo Cut at home

You are now ready to start cutting. Take the following steps to make Rezo Cut at home.

  1. Section your hair into 3 sections. Use a rat tail comb to section your hair horizontally from ear to ear. Then divide it again down the middle (from the front of your head to the horizontal part). You should have two sections on each side of your head and a large section in the back.
  2. Use the alligator clips to hold each of the three sections in place until you are ready to work on them.
  3. Free the back of the hair from the clip and separate a horizontal section of hair (about 1 to 2 inches thick). Cut the rest of the hair and keep it out of the way.
  4. Smooth the section of hair down and gather it in a circular shape as if you were going to put it into a low ponytail.
  5. Decide how long you want the back of your hair to be, then hold the hair down at that point with your hand.
  6. Flip the section up and trim off the excess hair.
  7. Release another horizontal section of hair from the back and use the bottom section as a guide. Make sure to hold the hair in a circle before cutting each section.
  8. When you get to the front, follow the same steps, except that you are going to section the hair in triangles.
  9. Choose the length you want your hair to be in the front, clip it while holding it in a circular motion, then use the front section as a guide to see how long to cut for the rest of the hair.

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How to maintain Rezo Cut

Maintaining Rezo Cut is everything Get it trimmed as it is required. The amount of time you should spend between the edges depends on the texture of your hair.

If your curls are loose, you should do professional maintenance every 3 months or so. But if you have tight curls, you can wait 6 months or more between maintenance appointments.

There is also an element of preference. You may like the way your hair looks as it grows, and if so, feel free to stretch a bit between maintenance sessions.

Rezo Cut maintenance at home is an option for anyone who feels comfortable around hair clippers. All you have to do is follow the cutting process described in the previous section – just make sure you don’t take out more than half an inch to an inch of hair at a time.

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Finally, if you make the mistake of cutting your hair at home, Click here to learn how to fix a bad layered cut. We hope this article answered all the questions you had about Rezo Cut.

If you are looking for a haircut that enhances the beauty of your curls while giving them volume and outrageous movement, then Rezo Cut could be the perfect solution for you!

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