126.96.36.199 | Message modified by user ck July 12, 2012, 11:26 pm
About 2 weeks ago I got a horseshoe flattop from one of my favorite barbers, and it was amazing. I love a skinned 'shoe for summer, and it was 106F the day I got cut down.
But, when I got home and washed my hair, the left side was a *little* high. It's been driving me nuts.
Well, my internet has been down for 2 days, so I had some extra time, so yesterday morning I aggressively attacked my flat with my Norelco. Yep, an electric shaver...used the sideburn trimmer.
My sides and back are back to bare skin, and the bevel was restored, even managed to blend it to the skin. The line of the bevel is tangent to my scalp, and the top is back to flat again.
Finally, I am overcoming my fear of cutting my own hair!!! Not sure I'm quite ready to do the initial cut, but when it comes time to trim/reshape it, I'm getting fairly good.
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