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Boxer Crop by MOSER - Step-by-Step

About the Boxer Crop

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One of the trends for men next year will by a hairstyle that originally represented a particularly masculine look: the Boxer Crop. Now, a modern interpretation of it is being presented by international trendsetters as the "style of the hour". Men who care about how they look love the new urban version of this classic. The categorisation of classic, masculine styles takes a back seat. Confident, modern men are counting on creative components and details that underscore their individual style.


Credits:

• Hair: Enes Dogan, Chris Mattick & Vaios Robos
• HuM: Seda Yüksel
• Stylist: Cemre VanKay
• Photo: Moritz Schmieg / Marc Bremer

Devices:
Genio Pro
T-Cut
All-in-One

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1. Along the hat line, use the GenioPro to define a superficial guiding line. (Do not shave down to the skin but only mark it on the upper hair layer using the clippers).
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2. Using a 2-3 mm attachment, shorten the neck and side area completely up to the defined guiding line.
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3. Blend the edge that has been created using the open blade set.
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4. Using the over comb technique, create a soft connection from the side areas and the area at the back of the head to the upper part of the head.
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5. Shorten the top hair with uniform layers using the point cut technique.
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6. In addition, using the All-in-One Blade incorporate more texture at the top of the head.
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7. Using the T-Cut or a T-Cut, define a straight, short fringe.
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8. Clean the contours using the T-Cut and, if necessary, shave with a Mobile Shaver.

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