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Cutting hair using a buzzer (aka clipper) is not only really easy, but also super fast, and once you've invested in a buzzer, totally free!I used to get ...
Find a nice stool or chair for your subject to sit on. Choose one that is easy to clean (made of vinyl or wood - not fabric) because ...
Tape the gown onto the subject. Remember to get it close to their neck so all the little cut off hairs don't fall down their shirt. Those things ...
Start the buzz by selecting a blade guard size. The number 7 guard is usually the longest, and even that isn't that long - maybe 1" or so. ...
Once the top is done you can change the blade guard as necessary and move on to the sides and back of the head. You want to buzz ...
Take the blade guard off and make a nice clean line around the bottom of the persons neck. While you are back there, it's good to take the ...
Once you're all done with the buzzer you can grab some scissors and carefully trim the hair around your subject's ears. Be careful not to cut them, as ...
Compressed air works well to blow away any of the little itchy bits that are left behind. Showers work well to wash off the extra hair, and so ...
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