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Barbering - Why You Should Consider Cutt...

Why cut the top first?   The truth is that most clients don't have a perfectly shaped head.   How many times have you gotten into a haircut and realized you had some...

Learn this Blow Dry: How to Straighten ...

Tools: Blow dryer with concentrator Wide tooth comb Boar bristle brush   Products: Heat protectant oil Polishing Creme   Pro Tips: We recommend using a boar bristle brush to smooth and polish the cuticle Take clean, neat sections the width of...

Styling Tip: Layering Bangs with Eric Fi...

Layering Bangs (or Fringe) Bangs (or fringe) are a great way to update a look.  But sometimes the bangs are just too heavy.  How can you soften the fringe without compromising...
POSTED: Sep 20, 2019 | in Haircut

Styling Tip: Texturizing Shears with Eric Fisher

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Texturizing shears are an excellent type of hair thinning scissors to have around because they can do it all. They don’t specialize or excel in one particular field of hair cutting, but they are the all-around best choice because they can do it all.  Texturizing shears usually have around 25 teeth which makes them extremely versatile and well balanced for any job at hand. They are great because they can remove over 50 percent of the hair with just 2 or 3 cuts. This type of scissor is great for blending, hair thinning, as well as texturizing too.

 

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