Short Graduated Shape with DisconnectionPrevious Page
Once you have reached the top of the horizontal section, take the next section from the parting and use the previous section as a guide. Please note you can now see that the section has become vertical.
Be careful to angle your fingers into the head in order to maintain length at the top of the section to achieve a flat graduation.
Continue with this process until you reach the round of the head in the back.
Repeat the same process on the other side. Note that you need to pay constant
attention to growth patterns and density of hair, especially around the hairline.
Return to the first side and repeat this process through to the centre back. Please note you should over-directs the sections to keep the internal shape round in the back to enhance the head shape.
Repeat this process on the second side.
Next work diagonally to cross-check the internal shape. This allows you to check the symmetry.
Next refine the outline which can be cut in a variety of ways - in this case, Stacey chooses a defined line.
Bring down the top area and create a diagonal section across the head which incorporates part of the fringe section.
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