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First Series of Barbering DVDs Launched by Third Generation Master Barber Greg Zorian; DVDs Teach the Art of Men's Haircutting, Clipper Cutting, Fades and More
Date:5/21/2013

A lot of young actors and musicians such as Justin Beiber and Ryan Seacrest are walking around in Hollywood with these stylish haircuts. Longer tops with very short sides are the “in” thing.

3.    “The Princeton”: The Princeton is a short and low maintenance haircut that was first made popular in the 1950’s. This is a great haircut for someone that does not want to put a lot of work into styling their hair. It is also great for young children with difficult cowlicks because stylists are basically cutting off the crown. It is necessary to be proficient with the clipper over comb blending technique to achieve the perfect finish. Most recently this haircut has been made very popular again by the actor Daniel Craig in the latest James Bond movie, “Skyfall”. As students learn how to cut hair, they will need to master this popular haircut.

4.    “The Pompadour”: The Pompadour is a hairstyle that represented and defined the decade of the 1950’s. This hairstyle was made famous by musicians such as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash. To be able to provide this haircut properly a barber will need to have an excellent understanding of graduation. In other words, it is necessary to master blending a natural hairline to the much longer top that this hairstyle requires. Barbers will also need to be proficient with a vent brush and hairdryer for styling the finish. Most recently, musician Bruno Mars rocked a retro 1950’s pompadour at the Grammy Awards.

5.    “The Modern Undercut”: The Undercut was a popular hairstyle that originated in the Prohibition Era of the 1920’s. The haircut worn by actor Michael Pitt from the TV show Boardwalk Empire is a great example. For this haircut it is necessary to be proficient with clipper cutting techniques and layering hair with scissors. Students will also need to have an
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