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Barbering Demonstration and Hands On Class in the Washington D.C. Area

On February 19th, 2018 we will be giving a barbering demonstration and hands on class in the Washington D.C. area hosted by The Statements Project. We are looking forward to teaching this informative class perfect for any hairstylist or barber looking to increase their men’s hair cutting and hair styling skills and increasing profitability. Listed below is a look at the exciting curriculum for this full day crash course in barbering.

Barber Class

Barbering Demonstration – Hands On Curriculum:

In this class you will learn the most important barbering techniques including:

  • Scissor Over Fingers
  • Scissor Over Comb
  • Clipper Over Comb
  • Reverse Blending
  • Texturizing Techniques
  • Straight Razor Cutting Techniques
  • When to use a Traveling Guide vs. Stationary Guide
  • Styling Techniques
  • Retail Sales Techniques Geared Towards Your Male Clientele
  • And much more

We will be also covering all of today’s popular haircuts including:

  • Side Parts
  • Pompadours
  • Business Cuts
  • Disconnected Haircuts

Course Outline:

Morning Session: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

  1. Greg Zorian Introduction
  2. Introduction to men’s haircuts shapes and sections (terminology)
  3. Introduction to the basic men’s haircutting techniques (terminology and demonstration)
    • Scissor Over Fingers
    • Scissor Over Comb
    • Clipper Over Comb
    • Blending
  4. Introduction to advanced haircutting techniques
    1. Texture shear over fingers
    2. Texture shear over comb
    3. Straight razor over comb
    4. Straight razor over fingers
    5. Straight razor sculpting
  5. Demonstration of correct holding of tools, body positioning in relation to the head, and correct posture for cutting
  6. Men’s haircutting demonstration
    1. Pompadour
    2. 1920’s Great Gatsby style side part
    3. Disconnected side part with razor part shaved in
  7. Q&A

Lunch: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Afternoon Session: 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.

  1. Three hands–on haircuts on mannequins focusing on all of the basic men’s haircutting techniques with some advanced techniques mixed in:
    1. Pompadour
    2. 1920’s Great Gatsby style side part
    3. Disconnected side part with razor part shaved in
    4. Learn how to teach your clients to style their hair and increase retail sales in the process
  2. Q&A

Again, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful staff and ownership at The Statements Project for hosting this class. You can register here for what is sure to be a quickly sold out class.

Barber Class in Eastern Pennsylvania

On Monday, January 29th I will be teaching a barber class in eastern Pennsylvania in the Scranton area. The class will consist of a look and learn and hands on portion. You can attend just the look and learn portion or the hands on portion of the class. For more information on pricing and to purchase tickets click here or call (570) 877-7150.

Hands On Class with Carlas

The barber seminar curriculum for the day is as follow:

Morning Session: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

  1. Greg Zorian Introduction
  2. Introduction to men’s haircuts shapes and sections (terminology)
  3. Introduction to the basic men’s haircutting techniques (terminology and demonstration)
    • Scissor Over Fingers
    • Scissor Over Comb
    • Clipper Over Comb
    • Blending
  4. Introduction to advanced haircutting techniques
    1. Texture shear over fingers
    2. Texture shear over comb
    3. Straight razor over comb
    4. Straight razor over fingers
    5. Straight razor sculpting
  5. Demonstration of correct holding of tools, body positioning in relation to the head, and correct posture for cutting
  6. Men’s haircutting demonstration
    1. Pompadour
    2. 1920’s Great Gatsby style side part
    3. Disconnected side part with razor part shaved in
  7. Q&A

Lunch: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Afternoon Session: 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.

  1. Three hands–on haircuts on mannequins focusing on all of the basic men’s haircutting techniques with some advanced techniques mixed in:
    1. Pompadour
    2. 1920’s Great Gatsby style side part
    3. Disconnected side part with razor part shaved in
    4. Learn how to teach your clients to style their hair and increase retail sales in the process
  2. Q&A

 

The Classic Brush Cut

The Classic Brush Cut is an excellent choice with summer fast approaching. This short clipper cut will never go out of style. I joke a lot with my senior clientele that have this hairstyle that this is probably the same haircut they’ve had since they were a kid. It is very low maintenance  but has a more style than the typical one length buzz cut. The true definition of the classic brush cut has a little bit of hair in the front to stand up with some styling was or pomade.

The Classic Brush Cut Brush Cut

1. Start midway on the top using a 3/8″ blade or attachment. You need to leave enough room to blend into a slightly longer front.

2. Clipper the sides and back with 1/4″ blade or attachment.

3. Taper the outline of the haircut with an adjustable clipper.

4. Outline the haircut with a finishing clipper. Make sure not to cut the taper off on the neckline.

5. Blend the top into the bang area leaving enough hair to stand up. The #1 1/2 blade on a detachable blade clipper works best. It will cut and blend at the same time which is especially important for fine light colored hair.

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