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    Senior Member OlBlueEyes's Avatar

    How to Get A Better Haircut (Men's photos)

    Lucruri esentiale pentru o tunsoare "perfecta". Voi incerca sa fac cate un update din cand in cand cu poze cu ce se poarta la barbati , maybe u will get fixed up with a new and cool hairstyle

    How to Get A Better Haircut

    If you've ever received a bad men's haircut, you know how frustrating and embarrassing it can be. A bad haircut for men is sometimes the fault of the barber or stylist doing the work, but the blame often lies with the client. Having unrealistic expectations, poor communication, or an unfriendly disposition can lead to a bad experience. The following are my "insiders tips" on communicating with your barber or stylist and how to get a better haircut.

    1. Make an Appointment
    Barbershops and salons which offer appointments normally have a higher standard of customer service. Walk-in driven salons are focused on volume and, as such, are more likely to rush through your service in an effort to do as many haircuts as possible. An appointment ensures your barber or stylist will not feel the need to rush through your haircut and allows ample time to complete the service with attention to detail. It is important to be on time for your appointment and to call ahead well in advance if you're not going to make it.

    2. Be Nice
    It's always been my opinion that there are three people you never want to make mad -- your hairstylist, your tattoo artist, and your brain surgeon (especially the latter). You should always make an effort to treat your barber or stylist with respect and a friendly attitude, even if the haircutter is not reciprocating. The person cutting your hair can really ruin your day -- or several weeks, for that matter) -- so it's important that he or she has a positive feeling about you.

    3. Listen to Your Stylist
    Barbers and stylist are trained and paid to make you look good and will know what styles best frame your face and enhance your features. When your stylist makes a suggestion, give it a try. As guys, we often stay in the comfort zone by getting the same haircut year after year. Don't be afraid to change it up a bit. If you don't like the cut, it will always grow back (well, almost always).

    4. Be Realistic
    If you're not Brad Pitt, chances are your stylist can't make you look like him. Using a male celebrity as a guide for the type of haircut you're after is fine, but it's important to be realistic in what to expect from a stylist. If your hair is fine and thinning, Colin Farrell's latest cut probably won't work on you. Take a magazine photo with you to show your stylist the cut you're after. If it's not realistic, a good barber or stylist will tell you so and then make suggestions on similar alternatives which will work for you.

    5. Bring a Photo
    Guys and hairstylists often seem like they are speaking different languages, but a photo is always clear. If you've got a particular style you are after, it is always best to take a picture with you to make sure your barber or stylist knows exactly what you want. For some reason, many guys feel uncomfortable taking a photo. Don't be. Your barber or stylist will appreciate the effort and will see exactly what you have in mind. Browsing my men's hair picture galleries would be a great start.

    6. Don't be First or Last
    Admittedly, I'm not often at my best first thing in the morning. It takes me some time to get warmed up and focused on the task at hand. Of the 12 barbers and stylists in my shop, about half are just like me. Such is the case, I try to schedule haircuts with a higher degree of difficulty later in the day. On the flip side, a stylist can often be tired after eight hours of standing behind the chair and will have more difficulty focusing at the end of the day.

    My advice? Make an appointment in the middle of the day. This is also a good idea because many salons are slower and your stylist will likely have more time to spend with you. Finally, never attempt to "squeeze in" at the end of the day. Showing up five minutes before a salon closes will almost always guarantee a rush job. Remember, barbers and stylists enjoy leaving work on time, too.

    7. Tip Well
    Most people who cut hair for a living will never admit it, but we almost always spend more time with clients who are good tippers than we do with those who are not. Clients who are generous with gratuity will often receive preferential treatment when booking appointments and receive a greater attention to detail during the service.

    8. Find a Barber or Stylist Who Cuts Your Style Well
    Here's a comment you'll almost never hear on the golf course: "Bob your flattop is fabulous! Who does your hair?" Getting men to talk about hair is next to impossible, but keep in mind that the best way to find a barber or stylist who suits your style is to ask. Find a guy who has a haircut similar to the cut you're after and just ask him, "Cool cut. Who did it?" He'll consider it a compliment and you'll find a new stylist.

    9. Show Up Clean and Hat Free
    This tip is especially true if you go to a barber for a clipper cut. Most barbers prefer to do clipper work in dry hair that is clean and free of product. Hats also leave a line in the hair that makes it difficult to blend properly. Even if you go to a stylist who will likely wash your hair first, you'll want to show up with clean hair that is free of products and hat lines so your stylist can evaluate you hair and see how it falls naturally.
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    CG Editor Dant3's Avatar
    La mine e mai simplu, mi-a crescut piele peste păr

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    Senior Member OlBlueEyes's Avatar
    Lucrez ca si Frizer cel mai important lucru care-l vad in sfaturile de mai sus e 9 . Spalati-va parul inainte de a merge la tuns sa fie curat fara gel sau alte produse prin el . Bineinteles toate sunt importante dar pasul 9 creste calitatea tunsorii .

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    Member chesterb's Avatar
    Mi-am descoperit freza care îmi vine cel mai bine: Freza "Lama de ras".
    O recomand tuturor celor cu calviție/început de chelie.

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    Senior Member Danny's Avatar
    Nu ma mai tund la frizer de cand m-au lasat chel. Am fost cam prin 3-4 saloane si m-am convins ca la frizeri/fizerite, nu ma tunde-ti scurt = chel. Le-am explicat de n' ori cum sa ma tunda dar se pare ca majoritatea stau prost, da prost rau de tot cu intelesul. Scuze daca te simti jignit....

    Mai sunt si mistocari, dupa ce ca ma lasa cu 3-4 fire. Lasa ca iti screste la loc, ba ca asa se poarta, etc.

    El: Te dai cu gel?
    Eu: NU.
    El: Atunci nu ai nevoie de par mare.

    Si cum mie imi lipsesc tigle de pe casa, i-am dat 5 lei in loc de 13.

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    Senior Member kragod's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by chesterb View Post
    Mi-am descoperit freza care îmi vine cel mai bine: Freza "Lama de ras".
    O recomand tuturor celor cu calviție/început de chelie.
    Stim.


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    Senior Member OlBlueEyes's Avatar
    British Hairdressing Awards Men’s Hairdresser of the Year 2013 (Tunsori par scurt )
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    Senior Member OlBlueEyes's Avatar
    Men’s style 2014 | EDD

    In functie de stilul adoptat, o tunsoare masculina sa intretine de la o saptamana la 4 saptamani, astfel incat in permanenta sa pastram un look fresh si ingrijit. Si pentru ca trendurile ne ajuta sa luam o directie, am sa va spun ca in continuare accentele din tunsorile clasice sunt si vor fi mereu la moda. Pentru sezonul 2014 in ceea ce priveste tunsorile masculine se merge pe cateva axe foarte bine definite: - cararea laterala si parul coafat pe o parte sau peste cap in general cu o textura mata si cu mult volum (putem folosi spray cu sare de mare si pudra), dar si cu o structura umeda si bine definita (o putem obtine cu un gel profesional); - o alta directia ar fi deconectiile puternice si look-urile punk unde la fel se merge pe structuri mate si produsele de styling sunt esentiale pentru obtinerea aspectului final; - tunsorile foarte pline gen pixie sunt o varianta pentru barbatii mai avangardisti si, in acelasi timp o varianta avangardista ar mai fi creata din tunsorile clasice dar cu linia cararii accentuata printr-o dunga fina, iar pentru un look si mai messy, barba este unul din “accesoriile” care au fost puse in valoare pentru a sustine aceasta imaginde de “bad boy”.



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    Teo
    Senior Member Teo's Avatar
    Vreau sa te intreb ceva, mai ales ca esti frizer. Vreau sa-mi stea parul ca in poza asta insa ca sa-mi stea asa trebuie sa ma fac putin cu placa dupa spalare si pe urma sa-mi dau cu ceara la varfuri. Operatiunea asta necesita timp si nici nu ma pot da singur cu placa. Problema este ca daca il las natural ia volum si nu-mi place cum imi sta. Ce vreau sa te intreb, ce solutie as avea ca sa ajung la rezultatul dorit mai simplu?
    Ma gandeam sa ma tund ca asta dar imi e sa nu imi para rau pe urma. Sa-mi mai spui daca stii vreo modalitate sa arata ''always wet'' fara a da senzatia ca e dat cu gel.
    Mersi!

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    Member TheSpider's Avatar
    Eu nu reusesc niciodata sa ma inteleg cu frizerul, intr-adevar nici nu prea stiu eu sa explic, dar ma duc cu poza, ii arat, ii zic sa fie exact ca acolo. El arunca asa un ochi pe poza ca si cum deja stie exact ce trebuie si imi face o chestie oarecum asemanatoare dar cum se poarta acum. Ma enerveaza cand ma duc si ii arat o poza (de ex din 2000) si zice ca nu se mai poarta asa. pai ce ma intereseaza pe mine ce se poarta? Poate sa fie freza si din 1200 daca mie imi place, nu vreau freza ca toata lumea.

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    Senior Member sexbobomb91's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpider View Post
    Eu nu reusesc niciodata sa ma inteleg cu frizerul, intr-adevar nici nu prea stiu eu sa explic, dar ma duc cu poza, ii arat, ii zic sa fie exact ca acolo. El arunca asa un ochi pe poza ca si cum deja stie exact ce trebuie si imi face o chestie oarecum asemanatoare dar cum se poarta acum. Ma enerveaza cand ma duc si ii arat o poza (de ex din 2000) si zice ca nu se mai poarta asa. pai ce ma intereseaza pe mine ce se poarta? Poate sa fie freza si din 1200 daca mie imi place, nu vreau freza ca toata lumea.
    Schimba frizeru' .

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    Member TheSpider's Avatar
    Daca se pricepe careva, tocmai mi-am facut un mohawk si ma cam chinui sa-l aranjez, vreau sa fie creasta mai moale si lata, nu genul de tepi. Stie cineva cam ce ar trebui sa fac?
    Cam asa ceva ar trebui sa fie: Click image for larger version

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