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How To Cut and Style a Short Men's Clipper Cut - Greg Zorian Haircut Tutorial

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soluv2cuthair (5 months ago)
Another great haircut. I like the scissors you are using. Are women able to use the 7" or greater scissors if they normally use a 5 1/4" to 6" pair of shears? I'd like to get a pair, but was trying to decide if I should try a 7", 8" or 9" pair?
soluv2cuthair (5 months ago)
Thanks so much for your quick reply, will try the 7.
Greg Zorian (5 months ago)
I have many female barbers and cosmetologists working for me using larger shears. I would suggest starting out with a 7 and work your way up as you become more comfortable with a longer shear.
Brother Conductress (5 months ago)
The guy getting the haircut is adorable
buzz mcbuzzed (7 months ago)
Perfect haircut for this young man!
Greg Zorian (7 months ago)
Thank You!
kramkatz (8 months ago)
That is one of the nicest takes on a modern version of a classic crew.
Greg Zorian (7 months ago)
Thank You!
Ben Reicker (8 months ago)
Greg Zorain are you Italian
Rachel Lee (8 months ago)
What a perfect cut Greg gave to that handsome client as always!
Greg Zorian (8 months ago)
Thank You!

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