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    Razor Hair Cut - Razor Cuts Hair Cutting Technique

    Grant Sharp

    by Grant Sharp

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    For more FREE razor hair cut cutting tips, razor cuts, razor cutting, razor cutting hair and razor haircuts visit: A razor cut may not be your best bet If your hair is fine, doubly if it's wavy or curly. Razor cuts tend to make hair look droopy and flyaway — even frizzy in the case of wavy and curly strands. Long layers work better in those cases. When you receive a razor cut, you'll notice an odd sensation. You can "feel" the haircut. It's not painful, of course. The razor just slides across the hair shafts and you may feel a slight tugging accompanied by a slicing noise. (It sounds scarier than it is.) The best hair for razor cuts: short, thick, and straight. You'll get a flirty, flippy look rather than a limp-locked style that no amount of volumizing mousse can cure. This is also ideal for bangs to keep them from looking weighed down. Enjoy and let me know what you think by leaving your comments below the video!