This short clipper cut is a modern version of the side part. This hairstyle is generally shorter on the sides with a longer top. It is also a very versatile haircut which can be styled in many different ways. This haircut can also be referred to as a short pompadour as well. The most common ways this haircut is styled:
1. Parted to the side with a wet look and some height in the front
2. Parted to the side with a messy dry finish and some height in the front.
Short Clipper Cut – Part 2
1. Use a detachable blade clipper with a number one blade. This clipper and blade combination will remove a large amount of hair with ease. Also use a large clipper comb to control the hair. Start in the right side burn area and use the clipper over comb technique. Cut to but not into the previous guide from the round of the head section.
2. Cut one panel at a time and work your way around the head. Make sure to move the comb slow so you don’t miss any sections. The slower you move the comb the more blended the haircut will be.
3. Dip the comb down slightly in the back to allow for the crown. This will keep the crown length longer so it does not stand up.
4. Complete the above steps to the left side burn and temple area.
This short clipper cut is a modern version of the side part. This hairstyle is generally shorter on the sides with a longer top. It is also a very versatile haircut which can be styled in many different ways. The most common ways to style this haircut are: parted to the side with a wet look and some height in the front, or to the side with a messy dry finish and some height in the front. This hairstyle can also be referred to as a short pompadour as well.
Short Clipper Cut – Part 1
1. Cut the top section using a thinning shear over fingers technique. The hair is very thick so it needs to be thinned out and cut at the same time.
2. Start with a center guide. Hold your fingers parallel to the floor and close the thinning shear three times starting halfway down the shaft of the hair. Use the first cut as your traveling guide and work your way back to the pivot.
3. Repeat step 2 on the right side of your center guide.
4. Repeat step 2 on the left side of your center guide.
5. Cut the front of the hair in the same manner with the thinning shears. Hold your fingers parallel to the forehead instead of parallel to the floor. This will remove thickness and length at the same time.
6. Start in the crown or pivot area and repeat step 5 to the right temple. Hold your fingers parallel to the top part of the round of the head or occipital and parietal areas.
We are very excited to release our newest video: The Medium Fade Haircut with a longer textured top. Anytime you are leaving a longer top and cutting the sides very close it can be very challenging. Some of the important things to remember are not to fade higher than the widest point of the head and make sure the blending area is never higher than the front length. These are the two most important instructions in providing a balanced medium fade or any fade for that matter.
Men’s Barbering Classes In The Connecticut and New York City Area:
For anyone looking for more men’s haircutting/barbering education I will be teaching 5 hands on classes throughout the rest of the year at Ricci’s Toni & Guy Academy in Newtown, CT. The next class will be held on Monday, April 7th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. The class will be hands – on with a male mannequin head provided. You will learn to master the basic barbering techniques such as scissor over comb and clipper over comb along with today’s most popular styles. Please see the flyer below for location, contact information, course outline, list of tools you will need to bring with you, and most importantly – how to reserve your seat before the class sells out. Seating is limited so all attendees will receive as much individual attention as needed.
Greg will be demonstrating many types of clipper cutting techniques with Andis clippers along with three other incredibly talented Andis educators Kenny Duncan, Danny Amorium, and Jessica Zeinstra.
We’re excited to be a part of this year’s event and can’t wait to see you there! Make sure to stop by booth #1801 and say hello!
We would also like to congratulate Aileen Nunez on her new position as the International Manager of Education and Style for Andis: “I have the honor to manage a talented group of educators that represent the Andis brand. One of my main responsibilities is to ensure that the Andis brand name is preserved and consistently delivered. I am very excited about the upcoming IBS NYC show because I am able to meet the most creative people in the industry at these events. Through it all, I enjoy networking and building strong relationships with others in the industry. I am all about collaborating ideas with others so we can empower one another. We all work in different parts of the industry but we are all cut from the same quilt.” says Nunez
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn clipper cutting from some of the most talented barbers in the industry! We look forward to meeting many of you in person. Please stop by booth #1801 to check out all Andis has to offer to improve your career.
If you are interested in being a haircut model please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a current headshot so we can determine if you are a candidate for the haircuts Andis is looking to demonstrate. There are only a few spaces left so please respond as soon as possible if you would like to participate.
“I am looking forward to seeing many of the school owners, barber and cosmetology instructors, industry professionals, and students I have had the honor of working with throughout my career.” – Greg Zorian – Third Generation Master Barber