Straight Flush & Blunt Cuts
Before you begin cutting here are a few things to keep in mind.
Determine how you plan to style your blunt cut bob. If you only plan to wear it straight go for whatever length you like. If you plan to curl it, leave a little extra length, so your cut doesn’t look super short after styling.
When installing your hair try to put less hair in the nape. A blunt cut gives the illusion of thickness, so there’s no need to have the weft stacked on top of one another in the back.
Clippers (no guard)
Decide the length of your desired cut
Grab your clippers and hold them vertically
Give yourself some grace room and move the cut down two inches
Place your clippers on the back center of your bob
When cutting, pivot the clippers between your index finger and thumb to get a crisp horizontal line
Work to the left of your center cut using the center as your guide
Let the clippers do all the work
Don’t add any tension to the hair with your hands
Next work to the right of your center cut using the center as a guide
Work your comb through your newly formed bob
Use your scissors to cut any stray hairs
Pretty straight forward but if you want to look like Kim instead of Dora the Explorer we suggest watching along with a YouTube video while you work! Keeping your hair sleek will also be a bit of chore so make sure you're using heat protectant. Try Not Your Mother's Beat the Heat Thermal Styling Shield Spray for a lightweight finish that protects your hair from moisture and gives it a natural shine.
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