A collection of inspirational imagery. Be it architecture, fashion, design, motorcycles, classic cars, cinema, people, the tools of my trade, or just the composition of the photograph itself, it's all art, and therefore worthy of inspiration.
I know many people are completely unaware that their posture can affect the outcome of a haircut. If the barber needs you to move or reposition, he should know to ask, rather than expect you to know what he’s thinking.1. You should sit up straight, shoulders pulled back. Rest your arms on the arm rest, but don’t lean to one side or the other.2. Keep your head and eyes level and look straight ahead. The barber will either physically move your head or ask you to do so.
3. Don’t relax your neck to the point of your head moving around every time the clipper presses against you.4. In conversation, try to be conscious of whether or not you’re moving while talking. Remember, even if you only move a 1/4” the result of that can potentially be really ugly.