All American Barbering DVD Volume 1 – Now Available
This first DVD in the 5 Barbering DVD set is now available. Learn how to cut all different types and textures of hair. This DVD includes four haircuts that will teach you how to cut bald fade on straight and textured hair, how to do a taper with a line-up, how to cut a natural hairline, and how to master the advanced techniques of razor sculpting and blending shear over comb.
I am very excited to be presenting my popular One Day Men’s Hair Cutting Academy on January 13th, 2014 at the award winning Gregory’s Barbershop in Albany, New York. The class will be limited to only 10 attendees so act fast and reserve your seat as soon as possible!
Greg Zorian’s Next Men’s Hair Cutting Academy Will Be Held On January 13, 2014 :
The class will be one full day of hands – on men’s hair cutting/barbering education that I will be teaching with outstanding educator to ensure that everyone gets the special attention they need. I will be covering all types of men’s cuts ranging from long men’s layer cuts to pompadours to fades and flat tops. Become a master of challenging men’s hair cutting techniques such as scissor and clipper over comb. You can view the detailed course outline below the photo gallery.
The class will also include one male manikin head to work on, a complimentary copy of my Barbering Basics DVD valued at $99.95, snacks and beverages, as well as a catered lunch.
Morning Session: 9 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Introduction to men’s haircut shape and sections (terminology)
Introduction to basic men’s haircutting techniques (terminology and demonstration)
Scissor Over Fingers
Scissor Over Comb
Clipper Over Comb
Blade On Skin
Class will demonstrate correct holding of tools, body positioning in relation to the head, and correct posture for cutting
Two hands – on haircuts on mannequins incorporating Scissor Over Fingers, Scissor Over Comb, and Clipper Over Comb.
Long men’s layer cut with disconnected bangs
Catered Lunch: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Evening Session: 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Three hands – on haircuts on mannequins focusing on all of the basic men’s haircutting techniques:
Professional Business Haircut
Ivy League Haircut
Q&A: 6:00 – 6:30
Please contact us at email@example.com or call me at 518-629-5394 to reserve your seat today!
Learning how to cut the traditional men’s haircut will also teach you the basics of blending. Blending shorter sides to a longer top with a tapered outline will be the foundation for the majority of the short to medium length men’s haircuts you will provide in your career. Master this traditional haircut and you will be on your way to longterm success.
How To Cut The Traditional Men’s Haircut:
Start on the top section in the center. Use the scissor over comb or scissor over fingers technique and start with a center section. Keeping the comb parallel to the floor move it slowly toward the crown with the proper angle so the hair will be left long enough not to stick up.
Repeat step 1 on the right and left sides of the center section. You will have a center guide and a previous guide in the comb. If there is any recession in the corners make sure to over direct the hair to the point of the recession.
Blend the round of the head section to the top section. You can use either scissor over comb or scissor over fingers depending on the length of the hair. Start in the back or crown area and take a section in the center with your fingers or comb positioned parallel to the head. Take small sections and work to the right side and then back to the center and work to the left.
Cut the sides and back section. Use the blade on skin technique with the 3 ¾ (½”) blade on the detachable blade clipper. Start at the right sideburn and run the clipper up the side of the head slowly.
Finish the blend if needed from the sides and back to the round of the head section. Use the 1 ½ (1/8”) blade on the detachable blade clipper and the clipper comb.
Start the semi-finish with the detachable blade clipper and the 1 ½ blade. Use a scooping motion around the outline of the haircut with the tip of the blade.
Continue the semi finish with the adjustable clipper in the open position using the blade on skin technique. Follow this with the clipper blade in the halfway open position and then the closed position.
Complete the finish. Use the t-trimmer to edge off the side burn area and clean up around the ears. Make the diagonal line on the neck behind the ear. Leave the line out as far as possible. Do not go in off the natural hairline and cut into the taper.
Use an upward shaving motion to clean up the back of the neck. The taper is already complete so it is extremely important not to get anywhere near the hairline. Stop ½ -1 inch below the taper so a line is not made.
Optional: The final step of the finishing area is the straight razor shave on sideburns, around the ears, and back of the neck. Apply shaving cream on the areas to be shaved. After shave is complete wipe off excess shaving cream with a clean towel and apply aftershave.