Short Graduated Shape with DisconnectionPrevious Page
Taking parallel sections, continue this process to the parting using the previous section as a guide. Elevate and over-direct downwards.
Continually check the balance visually and technically.
Then, repeat the same process on the opposite side.
Check the balance as these first two panels are key to the entire internal shape.
Returning to the first side and using a horizontal section as a guide, cut a vertical section into the nape. Use the same elevation and angle your fingers into the nape. Please note that the initial vertical sections are slightly diagonal.
Using the previous section as a guide, continue with parallel sections.
Please note as you move into the back, the sections become more vertical in order to accommodate the head shape and to give a flatter graduation.
Please note the way in which Stacey slightly twists his section and angles his fingers towards the nape to create his flat graduation.
Check the hair as it dries to assess the build up of weight.
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