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Last updated: February 27, 2018

How-To: Quickly Remove the Weight

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Everyone loves detailed, carefully carved texture. It keeps any look exciting and opens up so many creative possibilities for stylists! After all, the enemy of volume and movement is weight! But not every stylist has the five hours required to do it. Baker’s De-Bulker makes texturizing hair an efficient, precise, single step process! Each of the three attachments has its own specific function, but all were designed to eliminate bulk and the time-consuming process of chipping and notching. Here’s how to get started!

Bob haircuts are always at the peak of chic, but too much bulk can ruin the mystique. For those fine-haired clients who need a bit more of that smooth, sexy texture, it’s time to De-Bob. This attachment cuts small channels into the hair, allowing for more movement and styling options. It’s ideal for use on the perimeter of short haircuts.


For clients with medium textured hair looking for movement and a daring shape, the De-Bulk attachment is where it’s at. This texture guard creates volume and dimension and breaks up solid lines for more modern styling options—it’s perfect for more distinct texture and separation. Use this attachment from midshafts to ends, removing bulk downwards.



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The De-Bush is an extreme little attachment for the most extreme in texture. It’s best used on clients with thick, coarse hair seeking freedom from the bulk. Perfect for more natural hair movement and weight elimination, the De-Bush is the go-to for creating the most artistic textures. Use from roots or midshafts to ends to create thrilling textured results!


Manufacturer: De-Bulker, @debulker

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  • 1

    Separate the hair into two sections, right above the occipital bone, and pin the front half away.

  • 2

    Begin working in the back with your De-Bob texturizing guard. Holding the De-Bulker parallel to the head, making sure the guard is flat against the strands. Start at the midlengths and slide down, careful not to remove from the ends.

    Note: Remember that the harder you press the De-Bulker against the strands, the deeper the channels are carved.

  • 3

    Unclip the top section of the hair, and divide that in half. Pin up the hair in the front, and bring down that second section, combing it through with a broad-tooth comb.

  • 4

    Still using your De-Bob texturizing guard, enter at the midlengths and slide the De-Bulker through the hair, removing the weight.

  • 5

    Repeat this step on the last section of the hair after unclipping and brushing it through with a wide-tooth comb.