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Do you find yourself in an awkward position when you go to trim around the ears on a short haircut? Yes, the position that feels uncomfortable and looks as though you are exercising a yoga position that does not exist!
Andrew Carruthers, Education Director for Sam Villa has the smooth move that will get your body in a natural cutting position and make detailing around the ears simple.
Sam recently shared a tip with us on how to clean up longer hair that sits on top and behind the ears utilizing the comb to hold the ear down. This technique is an alternate that may serve best for short hair. Now, lets talk about how to detail around the ears with a blending shear.
Utilizing a blending shear for this technique results in soft edges. You can use a blunt shear as well, resulting in a harder line. Click here to learn more about the Sam Villa Reversible Blending Shear.
Check out this video for another way to use your blending or thinning shears.