The Feather Nape & Body Razor is a fantastic tool that helps any hairdresser use a razor against the skin to shave the nape, sideburns, eyebrows and even do line-ups for men’s facial hair. A stylist can use this tool because the blade has a unique wire guard that protects you and the client from
Shaving is an art and a science. There are many ways to shave, but there are some great shaving practices that can make shaving easier, safer and more precise. Ivan Zoot, aka Clipper Guy, shows you one of his favorite shaving techniques.
In this Facebook Live replay hosted by Beauty LaunchPad Magazine and Jatai, John Mosley aka Popular Nobody demonstrates shaving techniques for hairdressers and barbers using Feather Artist Club Razors and blades and Nape and Body Razor and blades. On one half of the face he does a full face shave. On the other half, he
Gary Machin is a top British Barber and is well known for his shaving skills. So in this video we team up with Gary so that he can show you his shaving skills! He uses a Feather Artist Club DX Wood Handle Razor and ProGuard Blades to do the shave. To see the Feather Artist
You’re a cosmetologist. Did you know you may be able to shave? Of course, you will want to check with your state legislation, but in many states you are allowed to shave as long as the razor has a guard on in. Ivan Zoot aka Clipper Guy explains how you may be able to give
Head shaving. It’s something definitely more common to our male clients than our female ones. But if you were asked to do a head shave, would you be comfortable doing one? Here are Ivan Zoot’s top 5 tips for head shaving to make sure you successfully leave the head super soft.
Ivan Zoot aka Clipper Guy goes over his 5 best tips for beard grooming in this Facebook Live replay. From consultation to product, Ivan gives some golden nuggets you don’t want to miss! For Jatai products click here.
Shaving is an art. And when you need to see where you’re shaving it’s important to not let the shaving cream get in the way. Some shaving creams foam while others do not. Foaming or lathering shaving creams can prevent you from seeing any possible bumps or areas you should look out for when shaving
Grains of Hair Growth and Shaving When it comes to shaving, one of the most important things to understand is the direction in which hair grows on the face and neck. This is important so that you know how to give your client a proper shave without complication. The grains of the hair or the
2 Useful Shaving Tips Every Barber Should Know Want some shaving tips? Shaving is an art and when you get a client in the chair you want to make sure he not only has a great experience but also that he leaves with soft, smooth skin without bumps and irritation. You also want to make
Using a Traditional Shaving Mug & Brush – Creating the Lather If you want to create a traditional shaving atmosphere, you have to have the good old mug and brush. When a client sees you creating a lather the old skool way, he’s immediately sent back to the days when life was simple. There are
Tip to Clean Up the Neckline & Sideburns To clean up the neckline and sideburns is one of those final touches that sets you apart from other barbers. It’s the difference between good and great. A clean neckline and sideburn area makes your haircut pop and stand out. It gives a distinct line and outline
Creating a crisp clean line with a straight razor can give your work that extra special touch. When doing a lineup you want to make sure those lines are straight and defined. Here is a great technique by Alejandro Gonzalez on how to achieve this. To see Feather Artist Club Razors, click here.
When giving a shave, there’s a reason you use shaving cream. There’s a reason you use facial cleanser. There’s a reason for your madness. When you understand the chemistry of the wet good products you use during a shave you understand why you do the things you do in a shave. It makes a lot
There are many variations to shaving strokes. But the ones you want to use are the ones that shave the most in one stroke and shaves correctly in one stroke. In other words, you want the one that gives the most bang for the buck. You also want techniques that are ergonomically sound so you
A straight razor is the essential tool for shaving. But how many do you need? When it comes to shaving, certain straight razors are better for certain shaving situations. Whether it’s getting under the nose, for a better ergonomic hold or getting in tight places, it’s important to assess what your needs are for shaving
Technique is very important to the quality of service you give. It also influences how you are perceived by your clients. From how it feels on the skin to the end result, technique plays a huge role in whether your client views you as a pro or a rookie. Here are 2 barber shaving techniques
What clients want in a shave is really important for customer satisfaction. You should always aim to satisfy their emotional desires when it comes to a shave. Meaning, their desire to feel comfortable and safe with you taking a razor to their skin, their desire to have a relaxing experiences, and of course come out