Remember back in grammar school when you first learned about nouns, adjectives, verbs, and adverbs?
From army recruits to Brad Pitt, the buzz cut has been a go-to style for men since the invention of clippers. Barber, to bring you this foolproof guide to prepping, cutting, and maintaining your buzz...minus a trip to the barbershop.
And whether you’re trimming down for summer or just switching up your look, you can’t go wrong with this minimal-effort cut, which is both dignified badass—no styling required. We chatted with Ruben Aronov, the Manhattan-based master barber at F. Before You Buzz While some cuts work better on certain face shapes, just about any guy—and his mug—can pull off a buzz.
Nobody has a perfectly smooth head, but “you might still have lumps on your head from when you were a kid [that you don’t know about],” says Aronov.
He suggests running your hands thoroughly around your scalp 3.
(A buzz is the least expensive cut on the menu, running just $20 at F. Get the goods To minimize the mess, have on hand a plastic bag (to place underneath you), lint roller, and vacuum.
You’ll also need a hand-held mirror to help with your blind spots.
Notice that I said “buzz words” or “buzzwords” 4 times in one sentence?
While I typically wouldn’t write with such redundancy, it seems that search engines like us to break a basic rule of writing — thus, I do so.
And, I’ve allowed for the both spellings: buzz words, or buzzwords, both of which are correct.
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“The way back doesn’t have to be super manicured,” says Aronov.