Customers always ask us what the big deal is about “razor” parts. Or why us here in the shop refuse to do them. Well, here’s your answer. The pic above is prob. A week / 10 days after he got butchered.
Hard part beware.
Or just learn to go to cut a straight line. I dunno. I love cutting parts in but again, consultation is key. Not gonna work for everyone, just like the undercut, and the “dapper gentlemen’s” cut isn’t either.
I dunno, I think hard parts are tacky. If a dude can’t just do it himself, it seems immature or lazy to me. Like riding with the training wheels on. Also gets rid of the possibility of any sort of variety.
If you get it right, on the right person, it can look very sharp and adds a little creative aspect. Again, it’s just not gonna work on everyone.
Source: I am a barber.
Out here, every cat in skinny jeans and Toms has a hard part. Kinda kills the creative aspect :/ Not tryin to shit on your craft or pretend I’m somethin else, miss.
No offense taken at all! I’m just saying. It’s a trend. It will…wait for it…fade. Wokka wokka wokka!
I had to re-blog this so all my followers can see the thread, and especially the barber humor from @kristineeyoung
I’m proud of you guys—no name calling or mud slinging ;)
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Q:So I cut hair at my house. Usually about 10-15 cuts a month. Nothing too big but I'm getting pretty good at it, enough to charge $10 a cut. I need a new pair of clippers and I'd like some suggestions of nice clippers I could purchase. I don't have a budget but I really only give cuts as a hobby. My only requirement is that there is an assortment if detachable guards and a lever to open and close the blade.
..and some really fine work you’re doing!
Since you’re using them a fair amount, I’d say it wold be worth it to invest in a professional grade clippers. From what I’ve observed the best ones are:
—Andis Improved Masters. These look to be excellent for creating smooth tapers/fades because of the lever action.
—Andis BGR This one has a cordless option that catches my eye. It has ceramic blades that look like they give a clean cut.
—Oster Classic 76. I list these last because though they are probably the dominant powerhouse of American barbershops with their rotary motor and ability to cut through really thick hair, they are heavier and therefore many barbers use them to take out bulk, but then pick up something like the Improved Masters to do the finer work.
OK, Barbers. NOw, we’d like to hear from you about your favorite clippers and why you like them (and thanks in advance for your knowledgeable perspective). You might also want to talk about the advantages of using detachable blades over guards.
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