Bad eyebrows can ruin your life. I know it’s kind of trendy right now, but don’t have your eyebrows tattooed on in a dark color or wide swath. It’s all fun and games today, but when you’re 27 and you look like Ernie from
1. Separate top section and clip out of the way. Begin by cutting hair in bottom section with #3 guard on the Babyliss Pro Volare X2 Clippers.
2. Create graduation by changing guard to #2 and and then to a #1.5.
3. Clean up around edges using Wahl Sterling MAG trimmers.
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CEO, Friendship Family of Dealerships
Growing up in Ohio, Mitch Walters’ first job was a lawn mowing business and a Kool-Aid stand; both experiences that helped shape the boy into the man he is today. “As long as I can remember, I have worked and I expect I
Dr. Frederick Guthrie, Jr.
Owner, Boones Creek Dentistry
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Co-Owner, Tele-optics, Inc.
Appalachian Miles for Smiles
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M organ King is not one to shy away from anything in life, but most especially work. The running joke about Morgan is mention a job that pays and he’ll take it with no questions asked. It might sound odd to do
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Owner, Chef's Pizzeria
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