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story would be better if Nahn threw up a big thumbs up and then willy clicked a small counter in his pocket.
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that would be...depressing.
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buzz it myself mostly but when the top needs work i go to tomcats in greenpoint or persons of interest in willyburg (sup bows).

How easy is it to buzz the sides yourself without messing it up?
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Trader Joe's dunkers ftw
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LVC jacket J Crew shirt 5EP denim Nike/APC sneaks
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what shades, wayfarers?
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How easy is it to buzz the sides yourself without messing it up?

i would try this but my arm-motorics are absolutely terrible. i kopped a hair-straightener few years ago but ive never used it because of this shog[1].gif
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bene get better boots pleeeease those things look like flat tires.

for Gbear:
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silent / nm / drkshdw grosgrain / jun

i need some non-black footwear

do you show a picture/reference a style when getting your hair cut? I would fucking love to style my hair like that but i've yet to try buzzing myself.

those dorkshadow pants are great too.
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buzzing the sides yourself is pretty easy, you just need a good mirror setup

you'll probably fuck it up the first few times but whatever
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How easy is it to buzz the sides yourself without messing it up?

It's not too hard if you don't worry about blending or fading. But if you're trying to go for a fade, then it gets tricky, and you'd probably need a hair clipper set with a bigger number of attachment combs. I find the lower back of my head is the most difficult, as the hair kind of grows at different angles. Doing the back and sides also usually requires another mirror, although you could just feel your head until it feels all the one length. But the shorter you cut, the easier it is, I find.
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How easy is it to buzz the sides yourself without messing it up?

Set up a mirror in front of another mirror, stand between them. Worked for me. prepare to need to retouch the first couple times, and make sure to check out your work from above and below with angling the mirrors when you think you're done.
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huh, my roommate has a set of clippers. might get drunk and try this sometime this weekend.
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Do not be drunk the first time you do this
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great fit, shoreman. especially like the jacket.
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yeah only after your 3rd or 4th time is it ok to be drunk

you gotta get the hang of how things work first man

do you really want your 1st time to be a fumbling drunken mess

you're gonna have to wake up the next morning and live with that shit for the next few weeks

the shame
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I once "buzzed" my friends hair with a kitchen scissor. We were drunk but only 15 years old, so none of us really cared about the outcome. His parents did though lol8[1].gif

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Most difficult part to me is blending the top with where the buzz ends on the side. Depends how you do it. I have to use scissors for that part.
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