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A step by Step Tutorial On How Remove Man Weave By Adrin The Barber

 

A quick and simple tutorial for you today – and an essential for any barber who wants to learn how to apply a man weave safely and effectively. Once you’ve mastered the art of creating a man weave, you also need to be able to remove one properly. Don’t forget to check out Adrin’s video for how to do a man weave/brush wave too. 

 Step one: Start by having your client sit with their head back. Place a towel over their face, covering their eyes.  

Step two: Wearing rubber gloves, spray rubbing alcohol over the whole weave until the entire unit is saturated. 

Step three: Take a fine-tooth comb and start gently pulling back the hair. Go gently and gradually: it should come off quite easily, and your client shouldn’t feel much discomfort. Be sure to check in with them throughout the process so that you can make sure you’re not causing any pain.  

Step four: Use the rubbing alcohol and comb to scrape off any remaining glue and hair from the scalp. 

Step five: Give the scalp a good shampoo to get rid of any leftover adhesive. You can also use a small head massager to get rid of any small flakes of glue that might be leftover. 

 It’s that simple! Make sure that you understand how to remove the hair as well as how to affix it before you start performing this style for your clients. That will ensure that you’re prepared to give them the full service that they may need! This is a very simple process to master and can really help you to upskill as a barber. Good luck: don’t forget to subscribe to Adrin’s Youtube channel as well as mine WWW.BARBERS.TV for more educational videos that will help you learn and refresh your skills.  

A quick and simple tutorial for you today – and an essential for any barber who wants to learn how to apply a man weave safely and effectively. Once you’ve mastered the art of creating a man weave, you also need to be able to remove one properly. Don’t forget to check out my video for how to do a man weave/brush wave too. 

 

Step one: Start by having your client sit with their head back. Place a towel over their face, covering their eyes.  

Step two: Wearing rubber gloves, spray rubbing alcohol over the whole weave until the entire unit is saturated. 

Step three: Take a fine-tooth comb and start gently pulling back the hair. Go gently and gradually: it should come off quite easily, and your client shouldn’t feel much discomfort. Be sure to check in with them throughout the process so that you can make sure you’re not causing any pain.  

Step four: Use the rubbing alcohol and comb to scrape off any remaining glue and hair from the scalp. 

Step five: Give the scalp a good shampoo to get rid of any leftover adhesive. You can also use a small head massager to get rid of any small flakes of glue that might be leftover. 

 

It’s that simple! Make sure that you understand how to remove the hair as well as how to affix it before you start performing this style for your clients. That will ensure that you’re prepared to give them the full service that they may need! This is a very simple process to master and can really help you to upskill as a barber. Good luck: don’t forget to subscribe to the channel for more educational videos that will help you learn and refresh your skills.  

 

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