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Cutting behind the ear without leaving gaps or holes

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Published on Apr 4, 2012

When cutting the area directly behind the ear it can appear very thin and sparse. This can be a result of many different things. In this video, Sam demonstrates how you can maintain weight and length behind the ear. Use the tricks in this video and your gaps will be gone!

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