In this video, MC will show you how to do a classic, gentlemen's haircut.
-0:28 MC starts by parting the hair, wetting it, and combing it in the direction of hair growth.
-1:00 Take a vertical 1/4 of an inch to a 1/2 of an inch section 90 degrees from the scalp.
-2:50 Moving to the top of the head, he starts from the front. MC takes horizontal sections a 1/4 of an inch to a 1/2 of an inch thick, keeping them 90 degrees from the scalp.
-3:50 Learn how to properly cut the front of your hairstyle.
-4:00 Watch MC trim eyebrows using scissors over comb.
-4:29 Moving to the nape, MC uses an 8 plastic guard on his Wahl clippers to create a taper.
-5:13 To further taper the neck, he moves down to a 4 plastic guard on his Wahl clippers.
-5:49 Watch MC create his shape up using Andis trimmers.
-6:44 To taper the sides of the head, he starts by using an 8 plastic guard on his Wahl clippers.
-7:20 To further taper the sides, he moves down to a 4 plastic guard on his Wahl clippers.
-7:52 He uses Andis trimmers to clean up the hairline and around the ears.
-8:38 Learn Trimmers over comb instead of scissors over comb to help blend the hairstyle.
-10:23 MC cleans up his shape up line using a straight razor.
In business you have to be very diplomatic in the way you talk to customers , the customer wants their spirits up lifted and calling them old often makes the customer feel negative and they might not ever return to the business
Even saying to the customer '' that they look well '' makes them feel positive
The far better terminology to use is to call them a senior person
Good luck to you!! Like I said, they come to you for a reason!! Remind them of that and if they still insist on trying to control your service then make an example of them and ask them to leave!! Trust me, you will be much happier when you take control!! Don't let anyone make you hate your job!! Barbering is an art form and we do it because we love it!! Don't let anyone take your love of your craft from you!! Good luck brother!!!:)
I feel you on that bro!! But my advice is weed those customers out of your shop. People like that are more hassle than they are worth!! Remember, you are the professional and they come to you because they need your service!! If they can't let you do your job without trying to tell you how to do it then send them on their way!! Like I said, I've been a barber for a long time and now I own my own shop. I do not put up with people like that any longer and you shouldn't either!! Good luck and respect from Michigan!! Barber love!!👍👍💯💯🔥🔥💈💈🍀🍀
Have one question, can any of these YouTube barbers do a haircut without using guards. Been cutting for 24 years and comb and clippers using them together is where its at. I use guards but not all the time.
i had to subscribe once i saw this video .im in barber school and since i was 12 my fear is to cut straight hair and mess up .and my first 3 customers this week at school had straight hair and i was terrified .so this video really helped me now i cant wait til i get to my chair tuesday
Exactly the way I cut in the salon ..Glad to see I'm doing it right after all these years. Haha...Don't even have to see the guide..as long as fingers connect to the head that determines eveness as long as sections are not too wide..Even do this cut clipper over comb..Different technique s keep me from being bored doing 20 - 30 cuts everyday..and there's more than one way to skin a cat and get the same results..
So glad for this video! I'm in cosmetology school and they don't teach you men's cuts until you're already on the floor, and all the videos on YouTube are disconnected cuts, and fades. My dad's been bugging me to cut his hair and show off what I've been learning at school (everything but men's cuts, basically), and this is his haircut exactly!
This is really very helpful tutorial video thanks a lot bro, but I would like to ask you a question if you really don't mind. When you used the Guard number 8 after that did you jumped to guard 4 is that possible not to damage the haircut? I'm a barber trainee if you answer me I do much appreciate. And when you used the clipper over comb did your clipper touch the comb or not?
This is the most popular cut i do every day in my shop. My clientel is mostly older gentle men but do have a lot of fades that come in too. I dont do much blocking in the back. I think a nice taper with this type of style looks better and as i tell my clients, with a taper instead of blocking you dont notice it as much as it grows out.
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