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gato wrote:I think if you head in that direction, you will like the result you end up with, but, to me, having the back that long sort of needs the front to be a little longer as well.
If you keep the front as it is, I would recommend bringing the back down a little - maybe halfway between where it is now and your squared-off image - keeping some curve.
Or just grow it square and see how it turns out. If you don't like it, it's an easy fix.
dbindc wrote:I much prefer the rounded look. I think for your corp. clip, you've already nailed it. When it comes down to it, you'll be the judge and know what to do. Trust your instincts on this one.
Slybeard wrote:Leave one side rounded and let the corner grow in on the other, and see if anyone notices.
FYI, A guy I worked with about 20 years ago came in one day and had one sideburn cut nearly an inch shorter than the other. I asked him if he forgot to trim the other side - and he said I was the only one that noticed in several days. If I remember correctly, he grew the shorter side back and never timed the longer side to match.
You could do some stealth growing by gradually lowering the corners and see how you like it. Maybe something between the two examples would look better. I agree with Gato, a little more length on the chin/goatee area to give you a more pronounced chin look may help - if you can get away with it.
DanoM wrote:I spent my evening with verbs and vocab. It is actually quite fun for me.
Eventually you will need to arm your wife as well to shoo the ladies away. It's the world we live in today.
Your current way of trimming is superior-level work. If you can get away with a little bit longer in the front, I say do it. If someone has a problem with that, let me know and I'll egg their house.
Car guy wrote:Hi Scott. Because of my own absence from the board I missed the news of your mother's passing. My deepest sympathy is extended to you and your family.
I prefer a squared off jawline. My barber always seems to trim a little higher and following the curve and then I spend the next 4 weeks trying to bring it back down. I found an older side shot showing what I mean and I will send to you privately.
Pandarocks wrote: Do you db, at your current style, trim overall with the clipper and same size comb? You've achieved great results with all your varying styles. Appreciate the comment, mate.
DanoM wrote:Scott, for the 1000th post on tour thread, maybe you could include the dog again.
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