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Guys and short haircuts

Guys and short haircuts

Postby mrx777 » Fri Nov 25, 2016 5:27 am

I was just wondering how the guys in here go about getting a short trim? My barbers have trouble folding back my ears. Is it the same with everyone? I get anxious every time I need to go for a cut, so much so that I'm thinking of cutting my own hair. Any feedback would be most appreciated.
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Re: Guys and short haircuts

Postby saum1 » Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:08 am

After 6 months or so it doesn't really matter, the tissue is pretty solid.

In the meantime, I tell my guy that I had surgery and I use my finger to keep the middle of the ear flush against my head while he bends back the rear of the ear to cut my hair. That way I am comfortable that the part where the incision is is not being bent or pulled, but he is still able to do his job.

Or, for the first few months, just grow it out a bit longer.
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