BRONNER BROTHERS HAIRSHOW 2014
is going to be a great event to come out and network with the hair industries biggest names in the hair business.
Celebrity barbers, celebrity hairstylists, major hair companies and more will be there!! Atlanta is the hair mecca and the home of the 2014 bronner brothers hairshow. Reality show barbers like Curtis Smith will be there.
The owner of barbershopconnect.com, Lee Resnick, will be there which by the way, he is the creator of the new reality show “Barber Battle”. So if you really are serious about your hair business, then come out and network and have a great time with some of the industry greats.
Myself, Alex Campbell will be there to show appreciation to my millions of Youtube viewers.
Team Xotics will be there educating you on the best shaving regimen that has ever been created. Make sure to look for Team Xotics in your directory.
I will be there with a gift to everyone who comes and let’s me know that they saw this video. Until then, best of luck to you and your business.
The CW has announced its greenlit a new reality competition series titled Barber Battle, which will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer.
The barber industry is taking over by storm. Barbers are now affiliated with BARBERSHOP actors like Cedric The Entertainer as the host of HAIR BATTLE.
I remember when when me and Curtis Smith used to ride around in South Beach Miami talking about these days and HE made it happen. I am going to be very clear. Curtis Smith made this happen.
Barber Battle was just a conversation and Curtis Smith made it a reality. Shout out to Curtis, shout out to myself, AlexcCampbell, and everybody that had something to do with the barber movement!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ATLANTA BARBER SHOPS have some of the most talented barbers around. Barbers in Atlanta have come from all walks of life. Many have come from Cali, Brooklyn, Nyc, Florida and just about anywhere that you can think of. The Atlanta barber market is very diverse and you can definitely find a barber to suite your needs 24 hours a day……YES Atlanta has 24 hour barbershops!!!!! So if you are in Atlanta and need to get a fresh and professional haircut, don’t hesitate to give me a call at 678.367.9582.
Licensed Master Barber
As far as the most popular haircuts for 2013 leading into 2014, i think the most popular haircuts have been:
1. South of France Haircut
2. Pomopadour Haircut
It took more than 10 years to achieve such success. With a long term committment to excellence and a team of barbers who make sure to satisfy each and every customer, Exodus Barbershop will definitely have continued success.
There are several barbers to choose from, which means you will definitely leave a happy customer. Barbers at Exodus Barbershop are very talented and are known to be from different states like Florida, New York, Georgia, Jamaica, Dominica, Pittsburgh and more.
The haircutting skills of the barbers employed at Exodus Barbershop range from, fades, tapers, afros, specialty haircuts, razor shaves, eyebrow arches and more.
HOURS OF OPERATION (open 7 days a week)
MONDAY – FRIDAY 10am to 8pm (call for later appointments)
SATURDAY 7am to 10pm(call for later appointments)
SUNDAY 10am to 8pm(call for later appointments)
WE ARE NOT THE TYPICAL BARBERSHOP
The barbers at Exodus Barbershop will go over and beyond to satisfy their customers every need. Barbers have been known to stay as late as 2am to satisfy their customers. Although they have shop hours, the barbers are always more than welcome to stay as late as you need them to. The atmosphere is very professional and upbeat. We keep up with the latest styles and trends which keeps on the cutting edge. Hope to see you soon.
MASTER BARBER ALEX CAMPBELL
BEST BARBERSHOP IN ATLANTA PRICE LIST
is a well known US brand of hair clippers and trimmers. It was established in 1922 and since then Andis has been producing the finest quality clippers for the beauty industry. Andis professional clippers are of many types, each one being designed for a specific use and purpose.
There are many features of the Andis professional clippers
which make them better than other brands in the market. The best thing is that they are reasonably priced so they are good value for money. Even with all the latest features and technology, Andis are selling their clippers at affordable rates.
Most of the models have rotary blades which give much better and longer lasting results than magnetic comb blades. Also, they work on all types of hair and you can use them whether you have thin or thick hair. Moreover, these clippers work both on dry or wet hair.
ANDIS CORDLESS CLIPPERS
There are many models of Andis professional clippers which are available in the market. The Elevate Speedmaster has four times the cutting power of magnetic blade models, and has eight additional attachments. It has the highest quality stainless steel blades which have different size adjustments. If you are looking for a clipper for longer hair then go for the Fhat master which is perfect for all types of hair trimming.
For clipping and trimming of difficult hair such as beards, moustaches and around ears, the Outliner I is the most suitable model. It gives a good grip which is ideal for trimming hard to reach places. The Outliner II is a clipper which has very close cutting blades which give the best results. It is also suitable for all types of all around outlining and fading.
Andis makes high quality blades to go with their range of professional clippers. Their Ceramic Edge blades are made of the best quality ceramic and offer higher durability. The Ultra Edge blade is designed for very high precision and these are the longest lasting blades available in the market today.
With so many superb features, Andis professional clippers
are definitely amongst the best in the market. There are many models to choose from so you can easily find one suitable for you.
A popular technique and styling staple of haircuts for men and occasionally women, is the low fade haircut.
In its simplest form the low fade haircut or taper haircut is the gradual transition on the sides and back of the head from shorter to longer length hair usually in the upwards direction.
Throughout the most recent decades the fade has seen many variations from high top fades of the early eighties to present-day bald fades adorned with intricate motifs.
LOW FADE HAIRCUT STYLES
Most low fade haircut styles offer a clean, low maintenance appeal that can lasts for weeks between barber visits. Learning how to give a fade haircut is a practical skill that has personal and monetary benefits.
On a personal level, you’ll be cutting your hair the way want it once the proper skills have been developed. Financially, you’ll be saving yourself the cost of a haircut which seems to always be rising in this tough economy.
BALD FADE HAIRCUT TIPS
If you have never attempted to cut your own hair, then one of the most important things to consider beforehand is how much trial and error you are willing to tolerate. Although mistake may happen you can take comfort in knowing that your hair should grow back. Taking it slow and easy is a good idea for anyone who is about to cut their own hair for the first time.
The choice of clippers not only can make a difference in the overall look but can also affect the actual comfort of the cut.
Some lower end hair clippers tend to pull hair rather than cut, even after just a few haircutting sessions. A couple examples of good quality hair clippers that would work well for fading include the popular Andis Improved Master or the Oster Fast Feed.
Both feature powerful high-speed motors, clean cutting adjustable blades and can be outfitted with guide combs as needed. Detachable blade clippers like the Andis BGRV or the Oster Power Line can also be used for fading but may require multiple blade swaps or numerous guide comb changes. If planning on a skin or bald fade then consider using zero gap trimmers or dedicated balding clippers for a very close non razor cut.
LOW FADE HAIRCUT BASE LINE
Where to start the base line or point where the blending will start is usually the first step for a taper fade haircut. If high and tight is the planned style then the fade line is going to be above the ears all the way around and nearer to the crown of the head. A blowout fade starts blending right where the hairline starts at the base of the neck. A low to medium fade sets the fade line slightly above the ears.
With the desired blade length set on your clipper, cut up the sides and back of the head up to the point where the blending will start. A hand-held mirror in combination with a vanity or other type of large fixed style mirror is practically a must if you are planning to cut your own hair.
Try to keep the fade line height uniform and straight all the way around the head. Use consistent pressure and avoid digging into the head when working the clippers through the hair. This helps prevent uneven cutting.
With the initial fade line established, adjust your clippers incrementally and begin cutting upwards through the existing fade line with a quick but controlled pull away motion. You could also blend from the top down starting with larger length blade adjustments and incrementing smaller as you get nearer to the base fade line.
The hair may need to be combed downwards after each pass of the clipper in order to ensure proper blending against the natural lay of the hair. Another technique is to create additional lines at different lengths above the initial base line then blend them all together.
I decided that if I am going to share how to cut your own hair men, that It needs to be a step by step type guide. Meaning that If someone can follow a few basic steps, y ou will in a very short time (A few days) know the basics to cutting hair like a professional hairstylist.
I am here to tell you that once you understand the basics,like face shapes, section cutting and layering. You will only progress that much faster when it comes to cutting any type or style of hair. And once you have these basics downs, any advance cutting technique, will be that much easier to learn.
Why you may ask am I sharing how to cut hair. That is because even If you decide not to cut hair. Then at least you will know what to look for and ask the next time you visit your hair stylist.
Six Steps On Cutting Your Own Hair Men
1. Know your face shape and have a cut and style that will complement that shape. I have seem great haircuts on people that do not go with their facial shape. Which usually results in a not so happy client. So first things first learn about face shapes and how to cut the hair around that shape. Say you have a rounder shape face, If that is the case.
Then you will want to be sure not to have to many layers around your check or high jaw area or avoid layers in these areas altogether. You would be better off going with a longer style, say around the lower neck and shoulder area. This style will minimize the width of your face. Now for longer faces, the hair can be cut shorter with bangs and just have your hair blow-dried outward. Which will give your face a wider appearance.
2. You will want to have the proper tools for cutting hair, meaning a nice pair of hair cutting scissors, a couple of combs, some hair clips, electric clippers, and a spray bottle with water. You will also need a hand-held mirror and a wall mirror or two.
3. Start out with a simple one length cut. First wet the hair. I recommend shampooing and conditioning your hair first, Wet hair is much easier to manage and control when it is clean and conditioned. Once wet, section the hair into 3 or 4 sections leaving out about an inch straight across in the bottle part of the neck (Nape) area.
Start by cutting no more then an inch on the section you just left out. This will now be your guide for the rest of the cut. You will continue with another 1/2 inch to an inch section combing the new and the last section together and straight down in between your middle and your index finger.
Then cutting the hair in a straight line, using your first cut as your guide. You will continue doing this in small sections and continue with small sections from one side to the other. You will always want to double check and make sure the haircut is even.
Then parting your hair in the middle (If you wear a side part then go ahead a use that part) and combing it straight down. Repeat using small sections of hair, checking for any long pieces that may have been missed. When you find them, just go ahead and cut then off.
4.When your cutting curly hair, make sure the hair is dry. Even an experience hairstylist and depending on the type of curl will cut curly hair dry. This is to avoid having the hair spring back to much, due to less weight pulling on the curl. Just be sure your not cutting to much off at first. Curly hair once it’s cut will have less weight and springs back shorter. Just to stay on the safe side, only cut short lengths to start with. After some experience, cutting curly hair becomes a lot easier.
5. Cutting bangs. When attempting to cut bangs, be sure to cut them dry or risk having someone walking around with some really short Bangs. Be sure before you begin cutting the bangs that your checking for how the hair forehead area falls. Look for natural parts and cowlicks in this area of the head. When you attempt to cut the bangs, just point cut with the tips of your scissors at an angle and taking very small amounts off at a time. Remember if it need to be shorter. You can always cut more.
6. There are many guys these days that are wearing their hair either short or tapered. Shorter hairstyles for men are very easy to cut at home. One of the most command ways to cut men’s hair is to use electric hair clippers. You just decide on a desired length and cut. Standard guard lengths will range from next to nothing or 1/8 inch in length to an inch. Remember to always cut the hair dry with electric clipper. This is to avoid the hair restricting the blade and to ensure a even cut.