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Johnny Snips  β–ͺ️ Haircutter β–ͺ️ LV β–ͺ️ Hotel/Mobile Services Text for appointment! 702-956-7181 Check out my podcast episode!

Drinking wine with my good bud @mikehammlv - we discuss life, style, and using social media to stay relevant in the hair industry. Click the link in my bio to check it!

Blunt and raw. Straight to a point... πŸ˜œπŸ€˜πŸ–€βœ‚οΈβš”οΈ

Hey everybody I know I haven't had a post in a while now. I've been working on what I want to do with my page and also been working on a podcast! My good buddy @mikehammlv invited me to be a part of one of his awesome ideas and I'm excited to release the first episode next Tuesday April 25th of "GETTING MY SH*T TOGETHER" we will be talking about how I came up with Johnny Snips and my little journey here in the Las Vegas hair industry. I'll also be posting a ton of new content here on my page soon. I got bored with my posts and pictures and I wanted to try something different. I'm still here staying active and ready for some new things! This is my living room hope you enjoy my tapestries 😜😜😜 Thank you to all my followers for the years of support. Love you guys πŸ€˜βœ‚οΈ

Scissor fades with unnatural neck lines πŸ€˜βœ‚οΈπŸ“ˆπŸ“‰

Please listen withπŸ”ŠSOUNDπŸ”Š I've really been enjoying the challenge of cutting with low lights. This is not a haircutting tutorial, this isn't a "how to", this is purely just me trying to create something fun and different for myself and whoever wants to enjoy it. Big thank you to my long time friend @chrisdeburr_ for producing the music behind the video. If you want music for your hair videos that won't get flagged by Facebook or YouTube for copyright then hit him up for any custom sounds. Let me know what you guys think of this one!!! I'm still trying to get the hang of editing video it's not easy!!! Thank you all for the IG love and support πŸ’―πŸ–€πŸ€˜βœ‚οΈπŸ™

🌊🌊🌊 this is NOT natural. This is all by the work of heat, tension, And good ol H2O. There's about 2 maybe 3 styles a guy can do without having to actually style his hair with a blow dryer. And I wouldn't rock any πŸ˜πŸ€˜βœ‚πŸ’―πŸ–€ #useyourblowdryer

I love when clients want to grow out their hair! A main reason is because I get to utilize my scissors for just about the entirety of the cut ( besides a little neck shave ). We are letting the top grow and keeping the sides and back trimmed as natural as possible with the grow out. I left his neckline in the back natural as well. I didn't want to start carving into the shape of his perimeter much. πŸ™πŸ€˜πŸ’―βœ‚πŸ–€πŸ˜œ

Had an itch for a little creativity. Last minute little cleanup on @johnnyscissorhands_ The music is by @animalsasleaders I've always loved their music and I feel it went well with this dark lit video. The black lights helped to see the contrast with his hair in the dark because of the neon green. It was a fun challenging cut. Why not try somethin different ya know? Trippy brooooo πŸ˜œβœ‚πŸ’«πŸŒ€πŸ’ πŸŒ

Roger came in for a twist on the popular "crop" cut that's been going around. He wanted the full texture on top but asked for a little length up front so he could push the front hairs over. He wasn't really feeling the blunt forward bangs and that's ok! Not every haircut will fit perfect on every guy or girl. Sometimes you need to combine a few cuts to tailor it to that certain guest! @phons_a_relli thanks for always letting me be creative dude!!!! πŸ€˜πŸ˜œπŸ–€πŸ’―βœ‚πŸ™πŸ™Œ good times at the studio last week!

Yesterday I was hangin downtown with my bud @elliottlund_design and his girl @openbrainz (who taught me how to make this pic clip) and I wanted to show the grow out of my haircut after 3 weeks. Still in shape still looks great and still will last another week or so before the shape is lost. Good times!!! πŸ€˜πŸ’―βœ‚πŸ–€

This is the back of the last photo I posted. We disconnected the haircut all around. It's pretty much a bowl cut, but when you know how to style your hair you can make any haircut look right. This is funky. This isn't the norm. But who wants to be the norm in this funky world we live in. πŸ€˜βœ‚πŸ–€πŸŒŽ

Shredding hair with my HH40Ts. I mostly kept the texturizing to the ends, but some areas where I wanted to increase the volume, I went ahead and cut about 1 1/5" off the scalp in tiny little sections. That will add some shorter hairs to help "lift up" the heavier longer hairs around them. I love all the different ways to add texture!!! What's some of your favorite ways? Notching? Channeling? Razor? Feather razor? Deep Point Cutting? So many ways all with different results for each type of hair! πŸ€˜βœ‚πŸ–€πŸ’―πŸ™Œ

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