*Full Length 30Min* Haircut Tutorial: Mid Fade High Top

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Hey daisy, all right youtube, so before you start cutting what you want to do is pick the hair out or lay the hair down whatever it is that you have to do to get the hair positioned in that laid down area or if he has an afro. Like this pick it out alright, how you start is how you finish so make sure you start off neat all right, you guys so starting off with the first guideline, i'm gon na use my babylon skeleton fx and i'm gon na set in my bald line, and I'M gon na go up midway and drop it in the back a little bit um. Now when it comes to students, beginners, listen, you don't have to use the liners all right. I like using the liners because it really gets uh the bald area, nice and neat, but if you're a beginner, you can use the lever close on whatever clipper you have and just go up and make that same ball line now. Will it get it as crisp? Not necessarily especially if you're starting out, but it could get the job done, so i'm just gon na set this ball line in the back same things that i do on the other side, i'm gon na do exact same thing. On the other side, i'm gon na double check make sure i went up high enough and then i'm gon na take out the rest of the bulk on the bottom half, so so so, depending on how hot it is in the shop. Sometimes the hair likes to stick on the skin, so what i'm going to do is just brush the hair down or like if the hair is greasy, it likes to stick as well, so make sure you either wash the hair before you cut it or just dust. The hair off with either your brush or your neck duster now using my wall, cordless seniors with the lever open, i'm going up about an inch and i'm going to keep that consistent. All the way around going over the guideline multiple times, uh to get it at that lever, open length now um a lot of you guys, um. When you cut hair, you don't commit to the guidelines. I challenge everybody to commit to the guidelines set your bald line lower. That way you can have enough space to set your blends um go over the guideline multiple times. As you see right here, i'm going in a you know, one two, three four five motion. You know one two three over and over uh that guideline, so it's at that length and even when i go around i'll still come back. You know going over that guideline just so. I can make sure it's at that length so now putting on the one guard with the lever open, i'm doing the same thing, but this time i'm kind of scooping out um. I don't want to dig into the afro uh. I just want to kind of uh. You know scoop out and go upward with it, but i'm still setting a guideline going over it multiple times. So it's at that one open length. So when you're working on the occipital bone in the back of the head um, you don't want to dig in going upward inward. You want to go outward and you want to look from the side to make sure you get in that shape that you want, because if you go straight up with it, it's going to look it's kind of going to look awkward, you're not going to be able To keep that shape that you want so make sure you pay attention to what you're doing and build shape as you go along so right now i'm gon na freehand, the top. I got my lever fully closed and i'm pressing the blade up against my client's head and just coasting the clipper upwards building that shape so after you're done building the shape you still want to comb and brush down that area near the parietal ridge. So the reason why you're doing this is you're going to take away that line slowly, but surely so don't worry about you know, making that line i'll tell you how to get it out. You just have to make sure that the blend is neat, so you got ta, lay those hairs down so also comb right at the part and bring those hairs down that way. You get uh those long hairs to lay over and you're just gon na. Take it down with a one guard so, like i said putting on the one guard with the lever open, i'm going with the grain knocking off all those hairs. That'S sticking out what you're doing is smoothing out uh the side, making sure that you know the top blends in with the bottom half so now, keeping that one guard with the lever open. I'M gon na go upward now, just making sure everything is at that lever. Open length now closing the lever on that one guard in a flick out motion flick out that middle line. Now this is not going to take out the middle line. This is just going to soften it up, so you come so you could come behind it with the next step, so i'm just going over it multiple times making sure i lay the hair back down as i go, i'm not really rushing this process, making sure that You know i really go halfway. Um, you know how you set the the one guard open about a half inch. You really want to go halfway of that with this one guard closed so now putting on the zero guard closed, flick out that middle line. Remember. To start below the line flick to the line remember to brush the hair down, as you go all right, that's so important, as well as using your corners to kind of you know, take off a little bit at a time. You don't want to rush this process. This probably is like this and the lever guard lever. Close is the longest process uh of blending out, because you know you got to be real. Patient got to be real, tedious and uh. You know you got to go over it multiple times. So take your time. Use your corners, so so now what i'm going to do is i'm going to set the lever halfway and i'm just going to flick at this bottom line. Basically, just softening it up, i'm going to go half of what i did when i set in the lever open and uh, i'm just gon na soften this line up that way, it's easier to come behind it with the next step. Now, with the lever fully closed in a flick out, motion flick out that bottom line remember to start below the line flick to the line um, you could use the full blade on this one, but i still recommend that you use your corners throughout this process, especially If you're just starting out you're new, you don't really you don't have that much experience just start off, uh inching it by using your corners so now! Next, what you want to do is detail your work. All right! That'S the most important part of the blend is using your corners to get out those bulk areas. What i like to do is i like to rest my eyes, i like to you know, take a break for a minute, not too long like about 30 seconds. Look at something else: real quick, come back and basically have a new fresh set of eyes and do some corner work. Also, you can use your your mirror. Uh use the camera. Whatever you got to do, you can whip off your phone and and it'll show you different uh things in the blend that you need to work out. Also memorize your steps. That'S most important. That way, you could just look at a blend and know and grab a guard uh where you set your your guidelines and whatnot. So make sure you, you know memorize those steps and just corner work in detail. So after i finished refining the sides, i'm gon na shape the the front, i'm basically gon na turn the clipper sideways and just run it right alongside of the lineup. So when it comes to lining somebody up when i'm filming, i start in the middle to give myself a shorter distance, i don't want to go from corner all the way to the other corner, that's bound to have a you're bound to basically have a cricket line. So make sure that you start in the middle go to the side vertical bar or you can either start with the vertical bars line up both vertical bars and just basically uh start in the middle and and and go to the vertical bars. But never, i repeat, never go from one side to the other. That'S that you're you're just bound to give somebody a qriket line up. Also, look back, you know what i mean line. Somebody up take a step back, look at where what you're doing don't just you know, work on one side and then never uh come back to the middle, always come back to the middle, see, see him dead straight and and go in and attack. Basically. So so i'm using this magic, barber pencil, basically to add some contrast between the lineup and the skin. Basically, it makes your your lineup pop and this is another form of enhancements um. You got your uh hair fibers, you got your kiss express spray and then this pencil adds as another um. You know, enhancement tool. So i like to use all of the tools that there is that way, especially in this video, you could get a crispy lineup and and make the video really pop. So i line it up. I re-line it up um. This is just kind of like i don't know if you guys seen. Women do their like mascara, but it kind of fades it in um i like to line it up, fade it in a little bit and then take a razor and really bring that that white ash mark to the line do so right. Now i'm gon na cut the top using my um, my afro shears, these shears. I got it off of amazon. These are like, i want to say dog grooming shears. I want to say, if you type it in it, should pop up it's a it's. Basically, uh shear that curve, so um yeah, i just it makes it a lot easier to to basically shape the afro um into that curved. Like you know, angle that you want so listen, let me tell you why they call me 360 when they sit in my chair. I spin them in the full 360 and they come out. Looking like damn son, we make it look easy youtube. This is the cut and, if you like it make sure you give it a thumbs up. If you're new to my channel, please hit that subscribe button for everybody, that's about to say: oh, you should have curled it on top. I gave you a look of before and after this is how it looks with the curls on top, if you like, the beat hustle dreams production, that's my brother, he does all my beats. His youtube channel will be linked in the description below also, if you want to know where you can find any tools that you send in this video links will be in the description below. Otherwise, you guys can follow me on instagram and tick tock. My tick tock is official 360 gz and my instagram is 360 gz, but it's your boy, 360 gz and i'm outta. Here you

Jay Beee: I can't thank you enough for sharing your skills with the public. I have been a hairstylist since 2012, & they did NOT teach us anything like this in hairschool! Fades are so trendy now in my city & they used to really intimidate me! I have learned SO much from you in the past 4 years of watching! I truly am thankful! And I always keep coming back for refreshers too! Thank you!!!

Roberto Ortiz: I've done this cut on my son every 2 weeks for the past couple of years. Still I learned so much from this video. Thanks Jeezy for the insights. Can't wait to put some of that technique to good use next week.

MaC11: The Creator has blessed you w/the ability to cut/style brilliantly. Through your talent & tutorials, I have learned the art but not as quickly. My fastest cut was done in 30 mins, but usually I'm at an hour. I put a lot of effort into my cuts & sanitization in preparation to attend a formal barber academy one day! I've been at it for almost 3 yrs and your tutelage shows in my work. Big ups to you & the team at Velocity cuts. All glory to God!

Kei Lyn: This probably the best detailed tutorial that I have watched to help me out when I have those fades that has hair growing in every direction.

G Harris: Question for the barbers out there. Do we have to close the lever when cutting? Can't you fade a No Guard (Open), into a # 1/2 guard (open), into a 1 guard (open) without having to close the guard?

Bobby Banks: That's fyeeee bruh I normally don't comment not because I don't like your work but this cut is understandable fresh precision accomplished with pure professional skills.. Great work Jeezy.. One Day I'll be as good as you or maybe even better thanks for the inspiration!!!

dswarms: Threeee sixtyyy jezzyyyyyyyy that ssong never getting out of my head, and also thanks for all your help getting waves bros wish I could get a haircut from you cuz someone messed my hair up

Chika Mba: Excellent tutorial and excellent body of work, Jeezy! The cut would have been crispy even without the enhancements.

Some Scottish Guy: Got hyped when I saw the curved shears make an appearance. Never saw a barber use them before but in my 10 years as a dog groomer, we used them a lot for poodles and bichon frise and I always figured they would come in handy for barbering. Now that I've made the transition to barbering, I fully intend to pick up a new set. I haven't had the chance to cut afro hair before as there aren't a lot of people of African descent in my town but I'll make damn sure to do a good job if I'm blessed with the opportunity so I binge videos like this quite a lot.

Barber Beans: Good morning Jeezy hey I love the video man! I have a question when you’re spinning your client how are you able to keep him centered while he’s spinning? I’m also a barber and been recording my tutorials as well but I find it difficult when I spend my client he goes out of frame at some point not able to complete a full circle. Thanks in advance.

Hans Killhung3r: Great cuts, good commentary and great explanation, i appreciate the tutorial, stay up

Kona5oh: Ive been watching Jeezy for over 2.5 years. I never went to barber college but love to cut. Now my 17 yo son wants to bring all his friends from school to me for haircuts. Thanks "360Barbering School"

StoriesByDrew: I did this as a self cut last night and it took me almost 2 hours . I started my guideline a little too high but it still turned out nice.

CYRILL: I ain't even cuttin no hair I just like watching these videos

Jr. Kutzzz: love the content u taught me so much

James: If someone has a greasy head or tends to sweat during a cut, talcum powder will absorb the moisture preventing the hair from sticking, just throw it on the duster and make sure not to cake the client just the area that needs to be dryer

GIGIO Barbearia: Parabéns pelo conteúdo aqui do Brasil top de mais Deus abençoe sempre vc

D. D.: Loved the way you detailed every step thru the process

winter bates: Thank you for the video! Gonna try cutting my kiddos hair using this tutorial!

Villageboyc: Jeezy “take your time this is the longest proccess” Also jeezy ** begins flicking at 200 flicks per minute while fading

John Laine: Big fan of the channel been watching tons of them trying to learn ideas to cut my own hair hope all is well StaySafeStayHealthy

patience B: Jeezy always does an amazing job.I love his work

The Babyface Oracle: when i get done cutting my hair, i say: “you!-tube! this is the cut!”

S E: Who else is here to learn how to cut your son and husband’s hairs? Love the informative tutorial.

The single mom summit: Jeezy it’s not our mascara it’s when we outline our finished eyebrows and make the look CRISP THEN A mug!

Buiu só fé .: Ficou top parabéns ... ...

B-Fly: cut as always bro keep grinding

Infinite Dark Mind: Curious what you use as prevention for razor bumps or what's a good aftershave you recommend??

JOANEVANSful: FaceTime fade challenge…….. choose a beginner barber and walk them through giving a fade. Just a thought that I would be down for…..

A. Clarke: Enjoyed watching this, very informative

Wildstyle 2: Can't believe I sat 30 mins to watch a YouTube video...this is history I tell you...love it

Donnie Lindon: Awesome job man stay safe yall and healthy.

Sir Cruz: Before I die, one of my goals is to get a cut from Jeezy himself

Ricky Sinclair: Ive been cutting for a long time. Just to sit back and watch difft. Cutting techniques are a true learning experience

PLUKKED: it’s crazy dude taught me how to cut hair in a week

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It’s. Tayy: i been watching dude for years. most stuff i learned came from watching him

Tennakee: Bro you are so inspiring !‍♂️

Food Food: I learned on difficult line ups get each corner straight then go across that's my best way opinion

slinkiegirl2001: love watching a pro at work that fade is a work of art handsome young man

Jeremy Jenkins: Bro I’m so glad you said you don’t have to use the liners I had to find that out for myself and I love my fades now and it’s way easier to get that line out

Mujozar DG: I'm making a living out of your tutorials thanks so much 365Jeezy

boss Covington: Crispy fresh blend always good job 360 Jeezy love your work

Andrew Gateri: Jeezy you nailed it, came out perfect !

AM NOT THE FATHER: When I do it, the middle line never goes away. Any attempt to remove it pushes it further up.

Nsubuga Reagan: 360jeezy the fact is that you are talented l've learnt alot from you

Jay: Crispy hairline everyday

J G: Thanks jeezy bro this be making my hair look gooood

Fidelis Bolouarekemefa: One of the best fades I've seen my whole life.Thabk you for this.It opened my eyes

Obierge Polynice: I watched so manny tuto about haircut,but this tuto is the best ever,thank you Mr

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Obierge Polynice: I watched so manny tuto about haircut,but this tuto is the best ever,thank you Mr

Jessie 986: I like the curly top better nice cut!

RichieDon Street: Great cut fam always watching also learn to cut from your videos soon make a video

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Jermaine Kennedy: Very Dope video! A lot of helpful step by step details and information. Thanks Jeezy

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Rory Forrester: 360 Jeezy use the power to make the line on the line up put the power in your hand ✋ them top the liner blae in the hand.. then go over back the line again that come like magic pencil as well.. im a barber from Jamaica ..

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Patrick Gardner: Nice I learned a lot from your haircuts

Isreal Davies: I really own you a thanks man, because I learnt alot from you,thanks

Shirindza Ntsako: Fantastic u learned I try with my brother I doing the same thing keep it up my guy.

M. Tyseer: You made it looks easyy

indria drayton: I need curved scissors like that in my life!!!!

360Kuts: Jeezy what plug-in bundle do you use for your videos , I mean the texts how they come out and the effect !?

karmaisabitch: Yo jeezy I gotta Qn ." can u remove that middle line with the lever fully open ".. Thanx

Chekwube Samuel: I'm interested to learn barbing I would like to see the beginner tutorial

smart barbers: Please I wanna know the names of your clippers and the pencil and where I can get them. Thanks for this great video

Akinwoleola Olabode: Wow its been awhile big 360 jezzy loving ur tutorial its a huge help in my barbering trade to survive were am at presently,also i wish i can lay my hands on one of ur clippers the liner to b precise

A.D180: I learned how to fade my husband's hair from 360 Jeezy, now he wants me to cut it all the time

Music Barber: Hi jeezy, Excellent work, I would like you to give me your opinion, about the dye, I bought the tumb 45 and the clients tell me that it goes away as soon as they shower, the same day, what can you tell me about that!

Still Learning: Request a video that explains the grain of the hair and addresses the challenges of cutting with/against, the grain. -✌

Ash Niel: Bro 360jeezy, checked out most of your hightop fades it keeps getting better..

Simon Gayetaye: I'm a barber and I still watch those videos

Janky One: What is that to you used at the end to get the texture? My nephew is black and I just cut his hair for the first time this weekend. It came out ok but I want him looking fresh

Uche Enyinnaya: Beautiful and worth my time and I leant a new technique to blending

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roco D: Bro I just cut my son hair off this video n he look good keep doing your thing

Ashaba Victor: What’s the type of pencil you use to enhance the line balding ?

Black Bolt: You got the young brother looking crisp,well done

Andres McDonald Sims: Young man has very healthy hair

Andrew Washington: Definitely need you here in Polk county Florida a lot of barbers don’t know how to put a straight line on my forehead for anything!

jordan cannon: He literally has the perfect hair color/texture to cut with

J G: About to cut hair for the first time. Been on yt all day looking for vids. Wish me luck

Zaae: I waiting for the “when they sit in my chair and I turn them in a 360”

Ezekiel Jack: Just curious if using the liners to bald gives razor bumps ?

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