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Recent Haircuts.

Here are a few more haircuts over the last few months. You can see slow progression from certain cuts, which is definitely something I’m excited to see! Can’t stop won’t stop growing with this profession… Once you start to get complacent or cocky, you’re fucked! Ain’t nobody got time for that type of barber!

Well, folks, I hope you enjoy the following haircuts!

If you like what you see and want to get a haircut from me, you can find me cutting hair at:

The Barber Lounge  (854 Folsom Street, San Francisco) – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9-8 (Last appointment is at 7)
To book an appointment with me, you can call the shop number at (415) 934-0411 or email me directly at therebelrouser@yahoo.com and I’ll fit you in my books!

In the near future, you’ll also be able to find me at:

Captain’s Skate & Barber Shop (2066 Broadway Street, Redwood City) – Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Saturday
To book an appointment with me, you can call the shop number at (650) 568-1931 or email me directly at therebelrouser@yahoo.com. I’ll also be taking walk-ins!

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Updates/Recent Haircuts.

Hey folks, long time no see!

Once again, for the umpteenth time, I apologize for the lack of updates. As most of you know, I’ve since been graduated from barber college and have been cutting hair at The Barber Lounge. And as you all probably realize, I don’t have time to blog. Especially since I’ve previously worked a few 11+ day work weeks, having actual weekends is something I take full advantage of! Majority of the time, my weekends consists of naps and more naps. But, I am committed to getting things back on track. Each and every email, comment, and question asked will be replied to- even if it may be ‘too late. So, starting in August, I will be dedicating one day a week to writing up new content for the site, answering emails on the weekends, as well as making new YouTube videos. I definitely appreciate the patience and support you’ve all been giving me throughout this journey, and hope you all are down for the entire ride!

For the meantime, here are a few of my recent haircuts. Big thanks to everyone that’s come through to get a haircut via the blog/YouTube channel! Hope to get some of y’all in on a more regular basis! I mean, it’s a bit easier than having to just set the new standard for your haircut with another barber, right?

To book future appointments with me, call The Barber Lounge at (415) 934-0411, located on 854 Folsom St  San Francisco, CA 94107

Recent Haircuts

C&C always welcomed! Enjoy.

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Video: Styling with Light Pomade & Boar Hair Brush.

After several requests for more videos, I got down and did one. Well… three… More like two and a half, but that’s besides the point. VIDEOS!!!

Video 1: A lot of people highly favor heavy pomades over anything lighter, at least when it comes to hold and styling, and when I started out, I had to agree. But, I’ve learned a couple of tricks here and there, which made me come to love light pomades as is. I mean, it is what they used in-the-day! So, hopefully this little trick will help you cats feel the same!

Video 1.5: This video is just a follow up from video 1, showing that the trick indeed does work! I went out for a couple of hours to run some errands. The day was hot, the windows were rolled down to catch a cool breeze, and the hair held nicely! And no, I did not recomb the pomp!

Video 2: In other videos and posts, I’ve mentioned that the ducktail was one of the most important details to a pomp, that is often left out. But, I also left out this important detail- slicked down sides! With a comb and a brush, you can only get the sides slicked down so much. But if you want your sides lookin’ super slicked, you might wanna invest in a nice boar hair brush! And please, don’t get them confused with badger hair brushes used for shaving!

Hopefully, you cats dig these tips and tricks!

Until the next time.

Stay Greasy and Pomp Hard.

Pompadour 4/27/2012

I’ve gotten a lot of requests for shots of other angles of my hair- so folks can get a feel of what the hair should/could be doing. Fortunately, I managed to snap a good one today. So, I might as well post it, right? Hope y’all dig it.

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