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a good pic to show a stylist (mikecuts?) ??

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Topic: a good pic to show a stylist (mikecuts?) ??
Posted By: lovebobs
Subject: a good pic to show a stylist (mikecuts?) ??
Date Posted: December 07 2006 at 11:46pm
does this look real enough to show a stylist
image
http://s47.photobucket.com/albums/f195/alandkim/?action=view&current=scan0001-1.jpg - http://s47.photobucket.com/albums/f195/alandkim/?action=view&current=scan0001-1.jpg


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Long with BLUNT bangs or ALL cut to lip length, I cant decide my favorite!



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Posted By: ssjockey
Date Posted: December 08 2006 at 10:02am
All I see is a red x


Posted By: makeitshort
Date Posted: December 08 2006 at 10:03am
all I see is the word "image"


Posted By: Carolredskirt
Date Posted: December 09 2006 at 1:31am
Yup, your picture isn't showing up on your post.

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in my red skirt, pantyhose, and high heels.....


Posted By: mikecuts
Date Posted: December 13 2006 at 5:21pm
Excellent picture. I realy love the back. Is the front just below the jawline by an inch or so? This cut works well for lots of ladies. Are you thinking of this style for someone? Let us know
Mike


Posted By: lovebobs
Date Posted: December 13 2006 at 7:41pm
photo account deleted

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Long with BLUNT bangs or ALL cut to lip length, I cant decide my favorite!


Posted By: mikecuts
Date Posted: December 13 2006 at 7:59pm

Lovebobs, your answer is no. What would be done is first do the length desired. Then taper the back with razor or scissor over comb, check the cut for lentgh at sides. The client may nead to have the the clippers used just to clean up the edges. If she wants her hair to lay tighter at the nape I would ask her if she minded if clippers are used. Clippers help make a very straight line  and help define a cut by having the end more blunt. It's what ever the stylist and the client are comfortable with.

Mike



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