Step 1: Cutting
Cut the hair into a classic, slightly graduated, box bob. The geometric angles of the blunt fringe and 45 degree angular points at
the front should be finished off with clippers in order to achieve a blunt finish with a soft edge.
Step 2: Sectioning the Hair
Section off the top layer of hair, from the temple to the crown, in preparation for the placement patterns. When sectioning off the
placement patterns, always work with the models growth pattern.
Step 3: Small triangular section
Create a small triangular section on the right side of the head. The base of the triangle should be at the top of the head and the
point towards the ear as the placement is not to create length but to achieve a sharper point in the final cut.
Step 4: Large triangular section
Create a large triangular section on the left side of the head, in a reversed angle to the right side. The base of the triangle
should be at the front of the head and the point towards the crown, in order to create more weight and hair at the front. Having a
larger section on one side will create a strong asymmetric angle to the finished style.
Step 5: Forming a bond
Bleed the bonding through the hair by pushing up from beneath, bringing the hands together. Pinch top and bottom and roll
between the fingers to form a solid bead using both hands. Repeat until a solid row of extensions are created.