Men's Haircut: Remove Weight and Add Texture To Longer Hair

Men's Haircut: Remove Weight and Add Texture To Longer Hair

Last year we had a huge influx of guests requesting barber cuts; tight fades with very clean skin edges.

Learn more about this technique at:

Now that some of these guests want to grow their hair out let’s get into two texturizing techniques, one practical and one visual that will enable you to give movement to longer length.

Professional Tools Recommended For This Technique:

Professional Razor

Sam Villa 9-Gap Razor Blade – Why this Blade?
– The ‘U’ shaped grooves in-between the gaps hold the hair around them out of the way
– Only a small amount of hair is removed with each sweep – You are in control of how much weight to remove
– Great for pre-texturizing to remove weight

Sam Villa 6-Gap Razor Blade – Why this Blade?
– The ‘U’ shaped grooves in-between the gaps hold the hair around them out of the way
– Use for texturizing toward the ends of hair

Professional Long Cutting Comb

Why this comb?
– You want a comfortable length with narrow teeth at one end to smooth out your sections
– Black comb for lighter hair/Ivory comb for darker hair – the contrast will enable you to stay on point and see what you are doing

Recommended


Fashion Tips For Men

Hair Care Tips For Weave

Hair Care Tips For Curly Hair

Beauty Tips