People get surprisingly attached to clippers, and there are guys who pick clippers and stick with them for life. You’ve got guys who swear by Andis clippers, guys who swear by Oster clippers, and guys who swear by BaByliss clippers (even though BaByliss clippers are still very much the new kid on the block). Guys get really territorial […]
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There are a lot of clippers that can give good basic cuts. You can trim hair, get rid of some length, and perform simple styles. Those clippers are easy to find. What’s hard to find is a pair of clippers that can let you perform difficult-to-execute styles, like fades, t’s, and so on. Those can
We’ve been hearing that fades are having a comeback, and that’s odd, because we don’t think they ever really went anywhere. A well-cut fade is timeless, and if you look back on any era in history, you’ll see athletes, actors, and musicians sporting the fade. It never went anywhere, really. What does change, however, is
There aren’t too many mid-range clipper sets out there, and a LOT of them are disappointing. We’ve used a bunch over the years, and they are not all created equal—some are great, but some really aren’t worth it. Today we’ll share our Wahl Clipper Deluxe Chrome Pro review to help you decide if it’s worth
Believe it or not, Wahl developed the first cordless clippers all the way back in 1967. They were a huge (and popular) breakthrough, and a lot of people jumped at the chance to use them. Still, limits on battery technology and capacity kept them from really catching on until recently. Now, lithium-ion technology and other