Feedback I’ve received from customers whose training has been from hairstyling schools indicates the skills taught in my videos are used in two major areas:
1. The creative things they can do to hair is significantly increased by becoming proficient at the various clipper skills I teach. Knowing how to handle clippers for techniques such as “over the comb”, “direct contact”, and “stepping out” cutting, plus acquiring a thorough knowledge about the hairgrain all add to the many skills their training has already given them. Hairstylists are taught many ways to achieve some fairly amazing hair-do results, but clipper cutting is not one of the skills they learn. The skills taught on my videos will increase what they can do with their creative efforts.
2. Many hairstylists find today’s lean economy has a large percentage of their customers cutting back on haircare spending. Wanting to keep up one’s appearance remains, so simpler “wash and wear” hairstyles with a minimum of expense is what many are asking for. These basic haircuts/styles requiring minimum care and expense have always been the staple of the barber trade. These are the basic, always popular haircuts I teach.
THE BIG THREE
Three things in human life are important: The first is to be kind, the second is to be kind, and the third is to be kind.