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Question about clippers

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Printed Date: September 20 2020 at 7:29am


Topic: Question about clippers
Posted By: Eric C
Subject: Question about clippers
Date Posted: June 28 2003 at 3:40pm
I have just recently started wearing a buzz cut (cut with clippers with no attachment, but not shaved smooth), and was wondering if there is any one brand of clipper which cuts closer to the scalp than others. I find that the Con-Air unit I have doesn't cut quite short enough. BTW, I don't do it myself, but have it cut at home by a non-professional. Any suggestions would be welcomed.



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Posted By: LiliBeach
Date Posted: June 28 2003 at 10:35pm
Have you tried an electric shaver? This will get closer. If you want the bald look, men usually shave their heads everyday. With a Barber License under my belt, I haven't seen any that are any closer then others, just better motors for long lasting for using them all day long.....which you won't be. You might even try T-edgers after you use your clippers.

Just a few suggestions,

Lili

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I am a professional Hairstylist/Haircolorist with 19 years experience. I have traveled all over the country for my advanced education. I am also a salon owner.:)........and I LOVE Redken!!!


Posted By: HeadBoy
Date Posted: August 06 2003 at 1:19pm
I use the Oster Turbo A5. I think it's actually an animal grooming clipper, but it works incredibly well. If you're looking to get as close to the skin without actually shaving with a razor, this is probably it.

Oh, welcome to the ranks of the buzzcutted.

Do you like the look so far?

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Peace to all


Posted By: MightyH
Date Posted: August 08 2003 at 10:07am
Eric, how close do you want to get? I know with some of the Oster clippers they can down to 1/64 of an inch. For more info go to www.bestclippers.com/oster.html


Posted By: AnthonyChamberl
Date Posted: February 19 2014 at 8:55am
Maybe Wahl chrome pro is a good choice.
It comes with 11 different guides that allow you to cut your hair to whatever length is necessary.
Here are more high-quality hair clippers: http://besthairclipperspro.com/ - http://besthairclipperspro.com/


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Anthony L Chamberlin


Posted By: Sherlock
Date Posted: February 21 2014 at 6:49am
You should use balding hair clippers to do the job. They have zero lap blade used for balding and fading. http://www.thesleekcut.com/definitive-reviews-of-the-best-wahl-balding-clippers/ - http://www.thesleekcut.com/definitive-reviews-of-the-best-wahl-balding-clippers/


Posted By: smith braver
Date Posted: August 29 2015 at 9:21am
most of the researches and experts opinions show that   Oster Professional Classic is the best. I also use it and I love it. easy to use , innovative motor resign and smart appearance makes it very different from the others . here you can find the most useful info and great reviews.   http://www.hairstylermag.com/ - 




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