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Notice that, due to the elevation, the perimeter outline is going to have a soft loose edge.
Now take subsequent parallel sections through the remaining left side panel, elevating and connecting to the back panel.
Repeat this process on the other side.
Next, bring down the top section and blow dry the hair. This section is pivoted from the crown, starting vertically and moving towards the front hairline - elevating and over-directing the sections and cutting a square line using the underneath as a guide. The square graduation creates a long front piece.
Work through these sections and loosen the haircut using a pointing technique to reduce weight and produce a flattering slimline shape.
Notice how the finger angle has changed from vertical to horizontal.
This is a backbone technique and a foundation to many varied looks.
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