I have naturally "chunky" hair, meaning it is wavy and extremely thick. However, when I have it cut by anyone but me, it comes out looking like a ball of solid hair. I have figured out how to do it so the natural chunks stay together. Here's what I do. #1 and most important: don't wash your hair first. In fact you might let it go a couple of days with just rinsing to allow it to stick together how it naturally will. I do this. Wash after, of course. #2. while dry, clipper whatever parts you need to cut with clippers. Sides and back, or nothing if you don't want them short. #3. get in the shower and start cutting a bit at a time until it looks right. I know that's sort of vague, but it's impossible to describe a technique to it. Pull up a bit between two fingers, and cut it in a few snips. This keeps each chunk together by being cut the same length. Continue cutting until it almost looks right, but stop before you think you should. You can always come back to it tomorrow. The point of this is a messy look, so the tiny unevennesses (my new invented word) in the cutting will help it to stay in groups by length. #4. maintain it rather than letting it go too far. I just cut a bit every week or so in the shower (cut tiny pieces at a time so you don't clog it up) and it stays looking good. Good luck, and if you are going to try this and have never done it before, you might want to invest in a stylish hat.