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If you don’t know what the page boy hair cut is, it was a popular haircut in the 60’s and 70s which had a shape reminiscent of a mushroom. It was often worn by both men and women. The look back then consisted of blunt short hair that framed the front of the face with bangs. It didn’t have much volume. In fact, the hair laid straight down but curved at the ends. It was often short in length and didn’t go below the neckline. In this video, we share the art of achieving a softer razor cut version of the timeless page boy hair cut. This is a modern pageboy haircut where the style gets a makeover that’s right for today’s looks and haircuts.
In this video Jatai’s Director of Content, Russell Mayes, shows a step-by-step instruction, emphasizing precision and technique to create a modern and flattering interpretation of this classic page boy hairdo. You’ll learn how to cut a pageboy haircut while gaining fundamentals of razor cutting and exploring the nuances that give the page boy haircut its distinctive softness. He uses the Feather Styling Razor, Feather Plier Razor, Jatai Tokyo Scissors and some JATAI Blade Glide to achieve this iconic look. The tutorial offers a straightforward and informative approach to achieving the perfect soft razor cut pageboy hairstyle. To make it even more modern, change up the color or style it in a unique way.