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All Five DVDs in the All American Barbering Series for a Special Price! Save an additional $50 off our sale price when you purchase all DVDs as a bundle.

Today’s barber has to be more versatile than ever in order to have a profitable and fulfilling career. There are many hairstyles that are all popular at that same. It is imperative to be well versed in the different barbering techniques as well as all of the classic men’s hairstyles throughout history. In today’s multi-cultural society it is more important than ever for barbers to be able to cut all types and textures of hair. The main focus of The All American Barber DVD Series is to train barbers and cosmetologists alike on the classic men’s haircutting techniques and styles in order to appeal to a diverse clientele.

The South Beach Taper

South Beach Haircut

If you have ever spent any time vacationing in South Florida, especially the Miami Beach area, you will recognize this haircut. It is a classic haircut with a neatly trimmed, thin beard that looks like it was drawn on the face with a marker. A neatly tapered neckline and temple area with a sharp line-up on the forehead and side burn area make this haircut really stand out.

The Major League Fade

Major League Haircut

The major league fade is named after the number of pro baseball players that have their haircut this way. The hair is faded from a skin or bald length to hair on top with just a little length in the front to stand up or brush to the side. This is an extremely difficult haircut to do because of the extreme difference in length. Also, adding to the degree of difficulty fading the extremely dark hair on light colored skin.

The New York City Fade

The New York City Fade

This is another classic barber haircut. If you look at photographs of men throughout the modern history of New York City this is one of the most common and popular haircuts you will see. This haircut is a high fade with a light shadow on the sides blended into a darker top that shows some of the natural wave or curl. This is a great haircut for any age and all walks of life.

The North End Taper

The North End Taper

This haircut is named after a hairstyle that is extremely common in the North End of Boston. It is a predominantly Italian section of the city famous for its restaurants and bakeries. This hairstyle is perfect for the client with thick, dark, wavy hair that likes a neatly tapered look with some hair to comb or brush. What really makes this style stand out is the longer textured hair tapering down to a neatly finished outline.

Today’s barber has to be more versatile than ever in order to have a profitable and fulfilling career. There are many hairstyles that are all popular at that same. It is imperative to be well versed in the different barbering techniques as well as all of the classic men’s hairstyles throughout history. In today’s multi-cultural society it is more important than ever for barbers to be able to cut all types and textures of hair. The main focus of The All American Barber DVD Series is to train barbers and cosmetologists alike on the classic men’s haircutting techniques and styles in order to appeal to a diverse clientele.

The Officer’s Cut

Officer's Haircut

This is a classic haircut that you will see worn by men in their late 30’s and up. It is a very clean and professional look. We came up with this name because of the amount of professional clients that get this haircut that are also in the reserves of one of the branches of military. It also is a short haircut that still looks professional for the office and wears well with a nice shirt and tie.

The Athlete’s Taper

The Athlete's Taper Haircut

This haircut is a classic haircut that you will see athletes of all ages wearing. The haircut is very versatile can be cut to many different lengths just by adjusting the blade length up or down a few sizes. It is also very low maintenance. It just needs to be cut every few weeks. A sharp outline up will show off the different dimensions to the haircut which make it a timeless classic.

The Ivy League Haircut

Ivy League Haircut

The Ivy League haircut is a classic that has been around for a long time. It was most popular in the 1940’s and 1950’s. It is very popular again today and sometimes you will see a messier look or more of a flip in the front. The true definition of this cut is the hair combed forward and to the side without a part. The front is combed slightly up and to the side without a hair out of place. A natural hairline or low taper accentuates the shape of the haircut. A firm gel or heavy cream works best to keep the hair styled neatly all day.

The Teen Idol (Young Adult Version)

The Teen Idol Haircut

Walk around any high school and half the boys will have this haircut. The latest movie musicals and teen music performers have made this haircut a huge hit. It has been around for a few years now and we will probably see it for a couple more years. This is one of the most particular clients considering they want to look like they don’t care about their hair. Just get out of the shower flip it to the side and go. To achieve this look there needs to be a lot of texture in the haircut so the style will last all day without much product or styling.

Today’s barber has to be more versatile than ever in order to have a profitable and fulfilling career. There are many hairstyles that are all popular at that same. It is imperative to be well versed in the different barbering techniques as well as all of the classic men’s hairstyles throughout history. In today’s multi-cultural society it is more important than ever for barbers to be able to cut all types and textures of hair. The main focus of The All American Barber DVD Series is to train barbers and cosmetologists alike on the classic men’s haircutting techniques and styles in order to appeal to a diverse clientele.

The Attorney Cut

The Attorney Haircut

This name came from the amount of law students and young attorneys that get their hair cut this way. It is a ½ inch taper with the hair long enough on top to style conservatively. A natural tapered outline is what makes this haircut stand out. This haircut is one of the most common barbershop haircuts. It is a half inch taper with a square cut on top so the hair will not stick up in the corners or the crown. Enough hair needs to be left for a neat part that can be worn with a dry or wet look. This is a classic look for any age group or profession. It should be a haircut that you can provide like it is second nature. The techniques and steps to this haircut will be the foundation of the majority of the haircuts you will provide in your career.

The Executive Taper

The Executive Taper Haircut

This haircut is one of the most difficult and popular haircuts you will come across. The hairstyle requires the ability to blend from a skin length to a professional length on the top without a weight line. The taper must be kept low so there is enough weight left in the corners for the hair to be combed into place. The client that generally gets this haircut is a young professional that is extremely meticulous. If one hair is out of place they will notice it. When you master this haircut you will have a customer for life.

The Faux Hawk

Faux Hawk Haircut

The faux hawk is a more modern hairstyle that is a combination between a Mohawk and a regular or conservative haircut. It differs from a Mohawk in that the longer center stops at the crown instead of continuing on down through the center of the back. It differs from a regular or more conservative haircut because it is a contoured shaped haircut with the hair heavier in the center to be styled in that direction. This is the perfect haircut for the client whose hair grows straight forward and toward the center. It is also good for the busy individual who doesn’t have a lot time in the morning to mess around with their hair.

The Teen Idol (Children’s Version)

Teen Idol Haircut (Children's Version)

Walk around any high school and half the boys will have this haircut. The latest movie musicals and teen music performers have made this haircut a huge hit. It has been around for a few years now and we will probably see it for a couple more years. This is one of the most particular clients considering they want to look like they don’t care about their hair. Just get out of the shower flip it to the side and go. To achieve this look there needs to be a lot of texture in the haircut so the style will last all day without much product or styling. Most of the time this version is a compromise with parents who don’t want their child’s hair too long.

Today’s barber has to be more versatile than ever in order to have a profitable and fulfilling career. There are many hairstyles that are all popular at that same. It is imperative to be well versed in the different barbering techniques as well as all of the classic men’s hairstyles throughout history. In today’s multi-cultural society it is more important than ever for barbers to be able to cut all types and textures of hair. The main focus of The All American Barber DVD Series is to train barbers and cosmetologists alike on the classic men’s haircutting techniques and styles in order to appeal to a diverse clientele.

The Little League Brush Cut

The Little League Brush Cut

The brush cut is a haircut name that is used often and for many different haircuts. The haircut demonstrated is the true definition of a brush cut. It is cut to the same length all over with the hair left just a little bit longer in the front to stand up with some light wax. A classic haircut that looks good at any age.

The Wall Street

Wall Street Haircut

Turn on CNBC you will notice a large number of men working on Wall St. have their hair cut and styled this way. The Wall St. is a medium to longer layer cut with a clean outline around the ears and a tapered or squared off neckline. This haircut is styled with a heavy product (firm gel or pomade) and brushed straight back or with a slight part. This client pays close attention to detail and no hair should be out of place.

The Physicians Taper

The Physicians Taper Haircut

This haircut is the popular choice for medical students and young physicians alike. It is low maintenance and looks professional at the same time. The doctors love it because their hair always looks good even when they are taking the surgical cap on and off all day. It is more important than ever on this particular haircut to be a smooth as you can with the tools. Straight dark hair like this will show every single clipper or scissor mark if you are not careful.

The Academy Taper

The Academy Taper Haircut

This is another haircut that is a timeless classic. It is a low taper with the hair long enough on top to be styled conservatively. You will see this haircut in young men across the country attending private military academies. This style is also popular among professionals who need a neat look for work. The close tapered outline perfectly blended into a longer top makes this haircut stand out, especially in uniform.

Men have been shaving their faces and heads since the Egyptian times and even earlier. Different types of artifacts used for shaving have been discovered in the great pyramids dating back as early as 7000 B.C. Unique artwork has also been found on their interior walls of the ruling classes with shaved heads and faces. In ancient Greece, artwork has also been found depicting men receiving shaving services at local barbershops. Considering the history behind shaving it is no coincidence that getting a shave at a barbershop today is considered a modern luxury.
In addition to shaving, throughout history facial hair has also been a sign of strength and class. This is especially true today. It has been our experience that men are just as particular about their beards if not more so than their hair.

The Face Shave

How To Face Shave

The shave is the oldest service provided by barbers. The word barber is derived from the Latin word barba meaning beard. Artifacts such as razors and pictures depicting barbershop scenes have been discovered dating back to thousands of years B.C.
Daily or a few times a week men would go to the barbershop to be shaved before the invention of the safety razor. Today a professional shave is a luxury. Any man can shave himself today so the service must be first class. The correct products and skin preparation along with the technical skill are imperative to going above and beyond the clients expectations.

The Head Shave

How To Shave Head

Everyone knows this look. Michael Jordan made it famous in the 90’s. This style is exactly what it sounds like. The head will be shaved as close and smooth as possible. This is a perfect style for someone who has thinning hair or male pattern baldness. It is ideal for the low to no maintenance kind of guy.

Goatee Trim and Shave

Goatee Trim and Shave

The goatee is a classic beard trim that has been around in many variations throughout time. In this video you will learn the basic goatee trim. The basic shape follows the angle of the mustache and is about 1-2 finger width below the jaw line. After the trim a straight razor is necessary to sharpen up the line for the best result.

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