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  1. How to Style: Texturised Messy Look
    How to Style: Texturised Messy Look
    Want to nail that fresh out of the Barber shop look? Check out this step-by-step guide to nailing the Texturised Messy Look. In this demo we use Easy Hold in dry hair, helping to create a natural matte finish. Easy Hold is one of the most versatile products in the Uppercut Deluxe line. Easy Hold is a favourite amongst our Ambassadors as a prestyling or blow dry through product. Though in this How-To we cover off how Easy Hold can be used to cr
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  2. How to Style: Traditional Side Part
    How to Style: Traditional Side Part
    Want to nail that fresh out of the Barber shop look? Check us this step-by-step guide to nailing a Traditional Side Part. In this demo, we use a cocktail of Uppercut Deluxe Easy Hold and Featherweight, a favourite trick of our Barber Ambassadors. Easy Hold works as a great prestyling product due to its hold and creamy base, fast drying base. This means that your hair will hold in place throughout your Grooming routine, keeping it ready to be finished off with your favourite Water based product.
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  3. Long Tapered Pompadour - How to Cut
    Long Tapered Pompadour - How to Cut
    In this How to Cut & Style, Mike ‘Pugsly’ Conti takes us through one of his favourite cuts, the Long Tapered Pompadour. How to Cut: Long Tapered Pompadour Watch Uppercut Deluxe Barber Ambassador Mike Conti cut and style a Long Tapered Pompadour with Uppercut Deluxe Matte Pomade. Mike is owner of Pug
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  4. Loose Textured Undercut - How To Cut
    Loose Textured Undercut - How To Cut
    A quick google search into the origins of the Undercut will suggest that this style in its earliest form, was worn by the 'lower class' of the 1920's era.  The suggestion is that those with very little money could not afford a barber with the skills to blend in the sides of the haircut... And while this may (or may not) have been true at the time, the reality of the modern day Undercut is very different. The Undercut has enjoyed a steady resurgence in recent years, and its revival can largely be attributed to the hit TV series 'Peaky Blinders'.  But the heavy disconnect worn by Tommy Shelby and his henchmen is certainly not for everybody.  As a result we've seen an abundance of modern and more-wearable variations of the Undercut develop. James Reichwein of Cut Throat Amsterdam is no stranger to the Undercut in its various forms.  In this 'How To' Video James demonstrates the art of cutting a modern look -Loose Textured Undercut which he styles with Easy Hold.
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  5. Low And Tight Side Part - How To Cut
    Low And Tight Side Part - How To Cut
    This style has evolved from the classic styles of the 1950’s where a short back and sides became a common request in the barbershop. The basis of this haircut is the low fade and the tight finish which highlights the top section of the hair. The top section is left slightly longer to allow for styling and providing that final shape to the look. The side part gives the hairstyle definition and a touch of good old fashioned class. How To Cut A Low and Tight Side Part
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  6. Easy Slick Back - How To Cut
    Easy Slick Back - How To Cut
    The Pompadour, or Pomp for short, is a hairstyle that has proven to be timeless since its conception in the 1700’s. The Pomp’s styling principles have always remained the same, and it has become a popular men’s hairstyle in recent times. Barbers of today combine the Pomp’s original styling technique with short back and sides, to create what is now known as the Easy Slick Back. This look can be styled in various ways, but it is most commonly worn high, with hair slicked back from the fringe area to the back of the head. The Pomp element brings height and definition to this style, whilst the slick back gives it a refined and sleek finish. How To Cut An Easy Slick Back
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  7. Everyday Sidepart with Taper - How To Cut
    Everyday Sidepart with Taper - How To Cut
    The Uppercut Deluxe team takes you through how to cut a Everyday Sidepart with Taper using Uppercut Deluxe Matt Clay. This how-to video will teach you the tricks of the trade so that you can get the Everyday Sidepart your client wants. How to Cut: Everyday Sidepart with Taper Watch Uppercut Deluxe Global Barber Ambassador George Coady cut and style a Everyday Sidepart with Taper with Uppercut Deluxe Matt Clay.
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  8. Executive Scissor Cut - How To Cut
    Executive Scissor Cut - How To Cut
    This is about the most classic of all the classics – a scissor only cut. It’s a style that every barber should have in their arsenal, but one that so many shy away from because of the potential for error. Its all about balance and finesse. It only works on a few select guys who really pay their respects to time honoured tradition, so don’t go trying to make this work on everyone. Scissor over comb, contour cutting – you name it. Watch as Chris gives a masterclass in technique on how to master this super technical cut, all before finishing his Executive Scissor Cut with Uppercut Deluxe Matt Pomade. We know its not easy – so sit back and watch Chris Brownless show you the tricks of the trade to achieve this killer look. He’s one talented barber…  
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  9. High And Tight Slick Back - How To Cut
    High And Tight Slick Back - How To Cut
    This is an all time classic – its a style that only the best of the best can do with real confidence – probably because it takes a certain kind of guy to sit in the chair and ask for it to be cut. There are so many things to get right and a lot of techniques involved to make a good cut look great – the fade has to be high enough and smooth enough; the length on the top has to be just right at the fringe and back; the hairline has to be strong. How to cut a High and Tight Slick Back Style We know its not easy, so we’ve tried to help just a little with this video tutorial. Dane Hesse, aka the Pig Barber is a master of the high and tight style, and is seriously talented with a short hair fade.
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  10. Modern Textured Quiff With Fade - How To Cut
    Modern Textured Quiff With Fade - How To Cut
    Generally regarded as a hybrid style, the quiff takes inspiration from more traditional 1950’s styles like the pompadour, the flat top and in some instances the mohawk. The quiff by simple definition is hair lifted upwards and backward from the forehead. As the style evolved over the years the length on the top of the head was counterbalanced with a short fade around the base of the head. In this particular example of the quiff features a short length of textured hair throughout the top section giving the hair a spiky finish. Easy to style and maintain, the Textured Quiff is a go to style for many none fuss groomers. How To Cut A Modern Textured Quiff with Fade
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  11. Razor Faded Side Part - How To Cut
    Razor Faded Side Part - How To Cut
    How To Cut A Razor Faded Side Part Let Uppercut Deluxe Ambassador barber Dane Hesse, AKA The Pig Barber, from Eagle and Pig Barber shop demonstrate how to cut and style a razor faded side part using Uppercut Deluxe Pomade. This step-by-step video teaches you the tricks of the trade so that you can cut a Razor Faded Side Part hairstyle with ease. Follow along at your own pace.
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  12. Shaved In Side Part With A Skin Fade - How To Cut
    Shaved In Side Part With A Skin Fade - How To Cut
    In this How to Cut & Style, Uppercut Deluxe Barber Ambassador Ron Talley, takes us through a Shaved in Side Part with Skin Fade. If you’ve seen Ron’s Military Flat Top, you’ll know he is a perfectionist with an extreme attention to detail. This modern take on a traditional classic is one of Ron’s specialities and a favourite to cut. How to Cut & Style: Shaved in Side Part with Skin Fade The Side Part is the ultimate timeless style. It’s versatile enough that caters to formal dress codes of work, while remaining just as at home with friends at the bar. Ron modernises this cut with a shaved in side part and tight skin fade. The additional features add a new flavour to what is a
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