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Spotlight on: Cutting Men’s Hair

MHD - June 4, 2018 Barbering and Men's Haircuts

Spotlight on: Cutting Men’s Hair

Looking for ways to delight your male clients with your haircutting skills? With more men’s tutorials than any other site, you’re in the right place! It’s constantly raining men at MHD!

This week, we’re featuring 5 men’s cuts taught by 5 inspirational instructors, from foundation level right through to advanced. From the men’s basic layer to the asymmetric bald fade, our amazing instructors – including Dale Ted Watkins and Tim Hartley – show you how it’s done.

Perfect the men’s basic layer with Dale Ted Watkins

Men’s basic layer

Men’s basic layer

Are your male clients all about that squeaky-clean look? Then our foundation-level tutorial with Dale Ted Watkins – demonstrating the basic uniform layer and tailored fringe – is a winner.

From blunt and point cutting to layering and shading, you’ll embed the techniques involved to place this preppy style firmly on your repertoire forever.

The end result? A timeless classic exuding Ivy League style.

Get to grips with Sid Sottung’s asymmetric bald fade

Asymmetric bald fade

Asymmetric bald fade

Our second featured tutorial is for all you advanced men’s haircutting specialists. It’s time to take your talents to a higher place with the asymmetric bald fade, taught by Sid Sottung.

You’ll create a pure blend from skin to hair throughout the head shape using a straight razor and clipper attachments, ending up with a fine blend from skin to apex, using a variety of barbering techniques with a defining bespoke line. Stunning!

Master the square graduation with Tim Hartley

Square graduation

Square graduation

The square graduation with disconnected fringe is a barbering classic with a modern twist – ideal for those at an intermediate level.

In our third tutorial, Tim Hartley demonstrates placement of disconnection along with development of shape – he also shows you scissor-over-comb and thinning techniques. Creating movement and length, you’ll delight your male clients with this modern reworking of a classic style.

Combine graduation, layering and disconnection with Jean Baptiste Mazella

Graduation, layering and disconnection

Graduation, layering and disconnection

We won’t pretend this one’s a walk in the park! But if you’re an ambitious cutter of men’s hair with skill and experience, then we’ve got a treat in store with this Jean Baptiste Mazella tutorial.

Combining flat graduation with layering and disconnection through the parting, Jean Baptiste demonstrates how to create an asymmetric groomed interior with gorgeously romantic, disconnected foppish tendrils! Clients (and their other halves!) will go wild for it!

Impress clients with Stelios Chondros’s long squared layer

Long squared layer

Long squared layer

Looking for ways to impress your male clients of the longer-haired variety? Check out our final featured tutorial.

From layering and disconnection to clipper and blunt cutting, this tutorial focuses on a range of techniques that’s ideal for intermediate-level stylists who want to take their talents to the next level. Watch Stelios Chondros demonstrate the simple square layered shape with a loose disconnected front – maintaining maximum length while reducing bulk for a slender, groomed look.

Join MHD, your one-stop-shop for men’s haircuts

Enjoyed the range of men’s haircutting tutorials on offer this week? Think that you could do with updating your layering, graduation or shaving skills – or enhancing the range of styles you’re able to offer longer-haired male clients.

The solution is simple… join MHD! We’ve got 37 tutorials in our men’s haircutting category alone – and with over 500 videos in all, we’ve assembled the world’s biggest collection of hairdressing and barbering tutorials.

Not an MHD member yet? Whether you’re a stylist, a barber, a salon owner or hairdressing educator, our world-class education gives you a competitive advantage – supercharging your career, boosting salon profitability or improving results for every student.



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