Crew Cut How To

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8 Responses

  1. teo says:

    where the symbol ‘# ‘refers to?

  2. Sam says:

    Cool style, but this will really be difficult and time consuming to achieve by oneself.

    • Brían says:

      It really isn’t actually.
      The first few times you cut your own hair is usually a bit daunting, and you will want to take it slowly, but you get into the swing of it pretty quickly. Give yourself 45min at first, but after a few times it take like 15min tops. In my experience that’s usually less time than it takes to drive to the barber, sit around for your turn and get your hair cut.
      Just make sure that your lowest setting is a length that you don’t mind having all around and you’re good to go.
      The biggest thing is just getting to know your own head shape. Experiment, play around and get someone else’s opinion at the end. If you don’t like it …

  3. finngirl13 says:

    both feet on the floor, no crossed legs. keep the head straight: “at attention.” never move the head. keep the vertical plane in mind at all times. never invade the vertical plane. when learning this cut it helps to swoop the clippers outward when reaching each vertical fade point. with enough experience this cut will become second nature and the best, fastest service in your repertoire!

    honestly, I’ve never seen someone do their own crew or high & tight. I know that it’s done but I’ve never seen it. have fun, good luck and hey, it grows back

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