Top-of-Head Hair System Cut-In Demonstration

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Hair2
I think hairdresser did a very good haircut nevertheless the guy took the hairbrush at the end (Lol... Just as I Always do) to break up that uniform "licked" style. Hairpiece got to be "messed" up a little (use little paste or gel for example) to make it look more natural. Also after two weeks wearing and sleeping with it the hair usually settles down and becomes less puffy.
zaria
This is great to see system being cut-in. I think everyone though will always adjust the final look a little whether its real or a system. Whats nice to see is that during the cut-in I couldn't detect any evidence of where the system meets real hair. My current system, not currently HD :-( but one ordered!, was cut-in (and thinned out) using a razor and I didn't like the final result as I think the pull of the brazor encourages the hair to stretch a little and turn out at the end, it also doesn't allow as neat a style. This seems to have been done very like any standard haircut. Thumbs up!
Planet Oxo
It's good, but that guy looks like he has fine hair. His hairpiece should have been a lower density in my opinion.
Hairstylist
Great video! I especially liked seeing how to thin hair with thinning sheers and the elevation of the hair while cutting.
Screen Name
I am a professional hair designer, who offers hair piece consultations to my clients. After watching this video, I felt is was of poor quality b/c the tech explained nothing, went over several area's of the head to re-cut and never asked the client what type of style he was looking for. I was very disappointed in this video
Total Image Hair
I am a professional hair designer, who offers hair piece consultations to my clients. After watching this video, I felt is was of poor quality b/c the tech explained nothing, went over several area's of the head to re-cut and never asked the client what type of style he was looking for. I was very disappointed in this video
Lume
Terrible hair cut, no explanation and poor instruction.
Jeff
For comparison purposes, can you let us know the hair density he selected?
HD-Lauren
Hi Jeff, I believe his system ranges between a 60 and 90. There are different densities used for different areas. The part area, for example, is a bit heavier, and the sides are lighter.
falcon
The hair looks very natural. Amazing.
wbm16@yahoo.com
I\como puedo comprar un pero no se los que sise son
wbm16@yahoo.com
quiero comprar una pero no las medidas cumo puedo cojer las medidas