In this video we demonstrate a versatile shape for slightly longer hair. This step-by-step shows you the process we use to create this modern pompadour. If you have any questions about this haircut please ask in the comment section and we will do our best to help.
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Hello, thanks for the feedback and taking the time to watch this tutorial we really appreciate it. It's so difficult getting a good format that suits everybody but we are glad you found this one useful. Thanks again for watching 👍
thank you for the video and scheme. could you please comment the last zone - temples+zone under occipital at the back of the head? Is the angle to the head is 45-60 grad? do you overdirect each section to the previous cut section to increase length?
Hello, thanks for the question and taking the time to watch our video, we really appreciate it. The section directly below the occipital was left due to the hair there being recently cut with clippers and it had just grown to the correct length. So the cross graduation above the occipital connected to this length. Thanks again 👍
Like the tutorial for both and the music keeps the vibe going also intriguing. The graph of the outline is my favourite cause it keeps you in the loot of seeing where you are starting and ending. Can’t wait on the next tutorial. THANKS 🙏🏾
Hi Paul, yeah I definitely think the voice overs will be back for next time. I only used the faster version to get the whole haircut in as in real time it would have been a 45 minute upload. I think I’ll do what I did in the last full cut tutorial and only really show one side in real time. Cheers buddy 👍
Amazing tutorial thanks very much and i really liked this video method.
As a fairly new barber i really struggle with scissors only cuts specially at the bottom of hair and sectioning and body positioning holding scissors etc. Would it be possible to give me couple of tips please.
Hello, thank you for the comment. The best advice I can give is to try and keep your sections as clean as possible. Your section is there to guide you so, keep the hair damp at all times and take time to get your section right before cutting. Also, always face the section you are cutting, stand directly behind or in front of the section, parallel to it, not at an angle to it. It's hard to demonstrate this in the videos as I have to keep myself out of shot! Imagine the back of the head like a sliced melon, each slice is about half an inch thick, that's a way of sectioning and cutting the back of the head, keep the top of the melon slice square (so almost a right angle if you look at it from profile) then cut down to the hair line keeping the length parallel to the head shape until you reach the nape, don't start from the base and work up. Start top to bottom as this will result in a better shape. Hope this helps, all the best
hi guys with voiceover or not the result seems to be very good as alays you do but for some raison i did adore this one by the way hope you stiil keep the tuto i have requisted on your list and sonner you ll do iit for us
Hello, thanks for the feedback. From the comments I think the voiceovers work better. So, we will look at trying a combination of both next time. I feel the voice over helps in certain areas whilst the diagrams work well in some cases too. We are just working on ideas as we just want to try and provide good tutorials and are constantly looking for ways to improve them. Thanks for the comment and taking the time to watch our video, all the best 👍
Thank you thats kind. Just keep practising and learning and everyday you will improve your Barbering ability. I practice new things and try and learn as much as I can daily and I have been doing this for years! Thanks again for commenting, all the best 👍
Hello, thanks for the feedback. I think we will look at trying a combination of both next time. I feel the voice over helps in certain areas whilst the diagrams work well in some cases too. We are just working on ideas as we just want to try and provide good tutorials and are constantly looking for ways to improve them. Thanks for taking the time to watch our video, cheers 👍
Hi Lee, we got them shipped from the US. There is a company there that makes them, they are the original blades, just gold plated. I have them on my Wahl Magic Clip too, if you follow us on Instagram you may have seen the picture of them I posted the other day. The Wahl blades are great, but the Andis are vastly louder than the original, it even prompted us to think about a review video. If you are interested I could give you the web address? Thanks
Hello, thanks for the feedback. I think we will look at trying a combination of both next time. I feel the voice over helps in certain areas whilst the diagrams work well in some cases too. We are just working on ideas as we just want to try and provide good tutorials and are constantly looking for ways to improve them. Thanks again 👍
Hello Taylor, thanks for taking the time to watch our videos and welcome to the channel 👍We are glad that you are enjoying the content, if there is anything you would like to see please don't hesitate to ask and we will see if we can create a video on it. Thanks again for watching. All the best, Rum Barber.
Hello, thanks for the feedback. That's a good point, I have always thought about adding more natural environment sounds, just for a better authenticity! I will have a look at recording the clipper noise etc and see what I can do. Thanks again for taking the time to comment, we just want to try and provide good tutorials and are constantly looking for ways to improve them. Thanks again 👍
Hi Raymond, thanks for the feedback. I think we will look at trying a combination of both next time. I feel the voice over helps in certain areas whilst the diagrams work well in some cases too. We just want to try and provide good tutorials and are constantly looking for ways to improve them. Thanks again 👍
Hi Jason, the product was Game Changer by SKNHEAD London. It's a hair moisturising product for styling and control, but I absolutely love it as a cutting lotion. It keeps the hair manageable throughout the cut, and prevents the need to constantly keep spraying it. Hope this helps, all the best 👍
Hello, thanks for the comment. Yeah, I think we might just keep going with both. I think if the cut requires more description then a voice over is better! Thanks for watching the video, we really appreciate it 👍
Thanks Juan, I keep looking for better ways to do things plus I don't want to subject people to my voice all the time!!! I think I will keep playing around with the format and wait for more feedback on what works best 👍
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