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QUICKIE: CUTTING THE BASELINE FOR ANGLED BOBS

QUICKIE: CUTTING THE BASELINE FOR ANGLED BOBS

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Angled Bobs: 3 Tips For Cutting The Baseline 
Having trouble with angled bobs? Is one side falling shorter than the other? We’ve got you. Don’t forget this ✂️ mantra: Your guide is the roadmap for the rest of the haircut! That’s why we’re sharing three bob tips and a viral quickie video (with over 1.6 MILLION VIEWS!) from Gilad Goldstein, aka @myguiltycrown on Instagram, so you can cut that razor-sharp baseline with confidence every time! Scroll for it all!

 

Scissors Used: PHANTOM II

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Watch The Quickie Video From Gilad's Insta Below! 

 

Get The Tips:

  • Use a single point of overdirection in the center-back to create a consistent increase in length of hair on both sides.
  • Cut the perimeter edge with a wide tooth comb for low tension.
  • No elevation or overdirection will create a razor sharp baseline every time. Gilad uses the PHANTOM II 6″ by ARC™ Scissors! because its aggressive blade angles help for smooth, razor-sharp cutting.

 

Ready to try this cut behind the chair? Click here to purchase a pair of PHANTOM II from ARC™

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Blunt Texture: Two Techniques To Create Movement Without Losing A Strong  Line

Blunt Texture: Two Techniques To Create Movement Without Losing A Strong Line

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Blunt Texture: Two Ways To Create Movement Without Losing A Strong Perimeter

If there is one thing we learned in 2019: Bobs aren’t just for Karen. They’ve experienced a true glow-up this year, becoming one of the most requested cuts behind the chair. So, we brought two of the coolest bob cutters we know: Chris Jones (@chrisjones_hair) and Buddy Porter (@buddywporter) to The BTC House to share their texturizing techniques for turning bobs from blah to bomb. That’s right—TWO ARTISTS, TWO TECHNIQUES, ONE CLASS. 

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