A-Line Bob - How To (3)Previous Page
Continue into the centre panel, taking parallel sections. Elevate the hair using tension in the fingers, creating graduation. The graduation helps to bevel the outline and distributes the weight more evenly. It is a good practice to visually check the work after completing each section.
Continue to take parallel section with awareness to elevation.
When you cut the first front section over the ear be very mindful of the tension. Over-direct the side sections slightly backwards, creating a shorter to longer line.
Repeat this process on the other side. The graduation runs from its widest point in the centre-back and tapers towards the front.
Once you reach the roundness of the head in the back area, sub divide the parallel sections diagonally to create smaller and more controllable sections allowing you to be very specific with balance and weight control.
Continue to maintain continuity of elevation and over-directing as you work into the front sub sections.
Repeat this process on the other side.
Next continue this process up to the top horse-shoe section. Then check the shape visually.
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