The 24 hours we have each day are precious andconvenience is king in today’s busy world.
Cutting your hair at home takes as little as 10 minutes, which fits into most grooming routines.
That could free up 2-3 hours that could be been spent doing other things.
To save even more time, select a clipper with a powerful motor and good blades. This will ensure an even cut and eliminate having to do multiple passes to cut every hair.
2. Style On The Go
The hustle and bustle of everyday life leaves little time to spare.
Last-minute client meetings, business trips, hot dates… When you have the art of cutting your own hair under your belt,you can take your style with you.
For starters, invest in a cord-cordless clipper. It will provide you the freedom to cut your hair almost anywhere. Technology and power are an important combination to look for.
Look for a clipper powered by Lithium Ion to ensure you get the power and long run-time, all in one clipper.
3. Take Control
You know yourself best.
Find a haircut that fits your style. You just have to block out 20-30 minutes for the initial cut and then 5-10 minutes every few weeks to maintain it. You take back convenience and control.
Cutting your own hair also allows you to experiment with other styles. Make sure to get a clipper with a variety of guide combs and a detail trimmer. The combs allow you to adjust the length of the cut and customize your look. The trimmer helps you touch up and trim around the ears and back of the neck. If you want to try a new trend, have at it!
Maybe you have time to schedule a haircut once a month but would like to do some maintenance in between. Having the right tools at home gives you the control to trim up between haircuts. Whether you are at home or traveling – you can always keep your haircut looking sharp.
4. Show Off Your Skills
Skills impress people.
When you have a unique skillset, you’re entitled to bragging rights. If people ask you who cuts your hair you can stand proudly and say “I cut it myself.” This is a conversation starter.
People are impressed when you master a useful skill that few know how to do. It’s something to be proud of, and a skill that you can teach your kids or future kids.
That being said, it’s a skill that takes practice. Keep it simple at first. Choose astyle that looks great but doesn’t take too much effort to achieve. Once you have the basics down you can experiment with more complex styles.
5. Maintain Great Style With Minimal Effort
With the initial cut done, all you need to do now is maintain it.
This requires 5-10 minute trim-ups every two weeks or so and can be easily worked into your grooming routine.
A clipper with self-sharpening blades allows you to get the job done faster and leaves the maintenance to your hair.
Just like any job, having the right tool makes all the difference. When selecting a clipper, look for power, blade quality and guide combs.
Personally, I use the Wahl Elite Pro clipper. It packs plenty of power, has the industry’s best blades and comes with new SECURE-FIT guide combs that are steel-reinforced so they latch on strong to provide an even cut. Plus it has a sleek retro look that fits my style.
If you take pride in the DIY title, have a busy schedule, or enjoy a life of autonomy, this may be the perfect solution for you. After all, we control every other aspect of our image, why not our hair?
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