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Low Faded Sidepart by MOSER

Step-by-step for the Low Faded Sidepart

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Creating the Low Faded Sidepart with the right tools

For Enes Dogan, selecting the right tool is essential to creating the Low Faded Sidepart. To create the base cut and the blended sections, he decided on the new MOSER 1400 FADING EDITION, an appliance with a special blade set that makes it ideal for seamless fades and excellent skin-to-hair transitions. Its innovative blade set boasts a sophisticated, flat-angled blade design which allows velvety fades to be created with ease. And what’s more, the integrated MULTICLICK® cutting length adjustment allows the blades to be adjusted to six different settings from 0.5 mm to 2 mm, which guarantees top precision. Enes defined the top-class contours and hairlines using the MOSER 1400 MINI. When styling the hair, he used the MOSER EDITION PRO2 hair dryer. All MOSER hair clippers and trimmers convince with their top quality and bear the predicate “Made in Germany”.

Hair: Enes Dogan, MOSER Artistic Team @enesdogan_de
Photos: MOSER / Maximilian Kamps @maximiliankamps
Model: Tolgar @to__kay
Collection: MOSER Oriental Inspired Men Collection 2022

• MOSER 1400

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1. Using the MOSER 1400 FADING EDITION plus the 3 and 4.5 mm attachment combs, create a classic fade up to the level of the hat line.
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2. Enhance the fade in the entire lower area using the closed blade set (approximately 1 cm wide).
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3. Clean up and finish off all contours using the 1400 MINI.
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4. Refine the transition to the top hair using the appliance-over-comb technique.
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5. Cut the top hair using the MOSER 1400 FADING EDITION and appliance-over-finger technique.
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6. Blow-dry the hair using the MOSER EDITION PRO2 and then give the haircut one final check.