the cadō cut
Cadō is all about cascading curls, balance, versatility & flow
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Reema Jaber (founder & creator)
Reema Jaber is an educator, artist, hairstylist & salon owner of Hair by Reema Salon. She has spent the last 11 years creating & perfecting the Cadō method with the stylist & client in mind.
She is currently an Ambassador for Schwarzkopf professional Canada & works closely with the top brands in the industry on educational campaigns worldwide.
Reema’s passion for curly hair has driven her to create this beautiful teachable & proven method, the Cadō method.
How do you pronounce cadō?
What does “cadō” mean?
Cadō means “to fall or to cascade”. The word “cascade” derives from the Latin word “cadō”
Can you still blow dry your hair after the cadō cut?
The cadō cut is for those who want to embrace their natural curls but it will still look great blow dried. Since this is not a precision cut it may not look it’s best flat ironed. Flat ironing your curls is not recommended and will cause heat damage and for your curls to lose definition.
Can you have a side part?
Absolutely! The cadō works on all hairstyles (side part, middle part, bangs)
Can you keep your length?
Yes! The cadō cut can be all lengths (short, medium, long)Button label