26Spin them – Use your chair to work your way around the client.
27Square up – use square blade trimmers in tighter areas where a T blade would be too big.
28Trim early – Trim and edge the hair cut in the middle of the cut, not the end. Haircuts will look more finished sooner and save cutting time.
29Guard your guard – When cutting with snap-on guide combs keep a finger on the corner of the guard for safety and security
30Work down – use linger guide combs first and work down the head to smaller sizes to prevent lines and steps in your haircuts.
31Taper the edge – Use the adjustable blade tapering lever to subtly taper the bottom edge of classic guy’s haircuts.
32Layer the top first – Removing excess length form the top of the head makes blending easier.
33Work at an angle – Clipper up the sides and back at an angle – vertical strokes leaves streaks, angles blend better.
34“T” off – A T blade trimmer makes haircut lines and edges easier to groom.
35Go small – Use a smaller comb when you switch to a trimmer – small tools work best together.
36Work cordless – cordless trimmers are smaller and lighter. Freedom from cords makes trimming easier.
37Work higher – Pump up your styling chair to get an eye-level look at the haircut. See better = cut better.
38Square the corners – Guy’s haircuts look better with squarer corners at the back. Avoid rounding off this key corner.