Short Graduated Shape with DisconnectionPrevious Page
Take fine sub-sections and, using the previous sections through the temple area as a guide, cut a line from the temple to the bridge of the nose.
Continue with this process using the previous section as a guide and with a small amount of tension.
Next, dry the hair in order to check and refine the outline in the fringe and the areas around the ear.
Now connect the remaining hair on the parting side to the underneath. Start from a point just off the crown and pivot the sections towards the front hairline.
Work asymmetrically for a sleeker look.
Return to the same point just off the crown and continue pivoting around towards the back.
Refine and blend any corners of disconnection with free-hand techniques.
Dry and iron the hair using Corioliss mini irons which are ergonomic for delicate areas.
Use the large C2s for the longer disconnected sections.
The result is a beautifully balanced, sleek, graduated classic shape with longer disconnected areas.