Since it's not always easy to get a location for a video shoot, I've started turning part of my garage into a salon/barber studio. Due to the extreme heat for nearly two weeks, it's been a challenge to work in the garage for too long.
One of the first things that I did was buy an access panel for a weird cut out in some drywall. I had to finish cutting out the square first. After I did, I wondered what was so important behind this craptastic cut out. I put on some gloves, set up my camera phone, and captured what was behind the drywall piece.
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During today's YouTube Live, someone suggested that my channel youtube.com/katsurth needed more subscribers. And it was suggested that I promise a new head shave video once my channel reaches a certain amount of subscribers.
Okay, I'm game. I, Kat Surth, will shave my head once my channel hits one million subscribers.
And I'll keep my head shaved for three months, posting a video every time I shave my head to keep it smooth. Not only will there be at home shavings, but at a barbershop shaving as well.
Because I know people can buy subscribers and bots, which is against YouTube's policy, the subscribers have to be real people. You can tell if the subscribers are real because the views on many videos will also have high view counts and the amount of people commenting on the video will be higher too.
After three months, if the subscriber total hasn't dropped, and the views are still quite high on other videos, I'll publish a new head shave video (not of me) every month after that. By that time, the money earned from YouTube will be put towards new models, owning my own barber shop, and cosmetology schooling for me, This way I'll be able to shoot more content and be able to take appointments from fans once I'm finished with cosmetology school.
Hubby asked for his nape to be shaved, so I sat him down to clean up his nape. First, I wrapped his neck with a neck strip and then covered him in a floral satin cape. Then, I flicked on an Oster 76 with no guard and buzzed him down, dusting off the shorn hair with a duster. After combing the hair, I buzzed him again. I covered his nape with shaving lather and used my straight-edge razor to shave his nape smooth.