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My Dad cut my hair when I was younger, and when I got older I started to cut my own hair. I’ve only paid for 4-5 haircuts my whole life. I wouldn’t say I give myself amazing haircuts, but I have saved a lot of money. Plus, I think I have gotten better with practice. By practicing on myself for so long I am more prepared to cut my own boys.
Cut hair in the backyard or the garage to cut down on mess. Or cut hair in the bathroom. Our bathroom is very small, so we actually just do the kitchen. You don’t need to wet the hair first to cut with clippers. In fact, wet hair is harder to cut. We can’t cut hair outside in the summer because the boys get super sweaty in two minutes. Ugh.
If the boy has thinner hair, you should only clip the sides and trim the top of his head with scissors. To trim the top, comb the front of his hair back, hold it between 2 fingers, and cut parallel to your fingers. Then, pull back the section of hair right behind that cut and use your first cut as a guide.
Blending. Use clippers to blend different lengths of hair between the top and the bottom for little boy haircuts. Start from the top, creating the longer lengths first and, once the top is complete, use the clippers to cut the shorter lengths.
How to cut men's hair with clippers STEP 1: For the back of the head, put a grade-two blade on your clippers for a standard cut, or longer or shorter as desired. If unsure, and to save a row.
To cut hair short, most boys haircut styles require hair clippers to fade and blend the sides and back, and scissors to trim the long hair on top. To keep your boys hair long, you’ll need to practice cutting hair in layers with scissors and a comb.
I also cut my sons’ hair as well on a regular basis – here is a tutorial we did a long time ago about cutting a baby boys’ hair. Honestly, I have paid someone to cut my hair only four or five times my whole life. I am kind of cheap, and I’ve never enjoyed the decision-making process for figuring out how much to tip someone.
Hi there I have two boys that I always cut their hairs with the clippers and their dad let his hair grow out and they want that look too. So now with the holidays and all, I want a clean cut and the growing out process is just taking for ever.
Cutting hair at home WILL save you hundreds of dollars a year. If you have boys, it’s going to be a lot easier to cut your toddler’s hair for a longer period of time. Simply because style wise most parents choose to cut their hair shorter. We’ve been using our clippers on our twin boys’ for three years now.
How To Cut The Back of Your Hair. To cut the hair in the back of your head, you’ll need to work the clippers up from the neckline. Use a mirror to see the back and go slowly. The awkward position will take time to get comfortable with. If you are fading hair and trimming different lengths, stay consistent with the guards.
Quick, clippers-only method: First, using your electric hair clippers with a #2 guard, trim from the neck up to middle-back of the head (up to the temple area). Try to keep the "line" you are trimming across the head as straight as possible.