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Charli Boell uses her Feather Detail Styling Razor and Standard Blades to create this modern-day mullet with a slightly longer, eye-level fringe that allows for multiple ways to style it. Overall, the goal was to remove weight and create a wispy effect throughout the hair. This cut took multiple Feather Styling Razor Standard Blades. If any resistance was felt, she switched out to a fresh blade. To establish the foundation, she started at the front sides, cutting length around the perimeter and giving shape. Using the center of the blade and holding the hair taut, she over directed back and forth to create texture all around the head. Along the back of the head, she created roundness by holding the razor like a pencil and carving out weight where needed being careful not to cut the crown section too short and avoid a “bed head” look. The finished cut was dried first with a diffuser to give volume at the crown, then smoothed with a nozzle and styled with texturizing spray.