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Then take subsequent sections parallel to the first moving back toward the crown, again mirroring the outline.
Please note the direction in which the hair is combed and cut. Too much overdirection will increase the graduation through the outline.
Repeat this process on the other side.
Next divide the hair from the front hairline vertically to the nape in 2cm sections.
Elevate the hair vertically, straight out from the head and cut a straight line from short to long (graduation) using his previously cut fringe section as a guide. Ensure enough weight is established through the outline.
The central section is a guide for the internal layering. Take a pivoted section from the crown down to the front hairline incorporating a part of the central section already cut. Again, the hair is elevated, over directed and cut using the previous section as a guide. Note: Because of the natural curve of the head, the hair is over directed thus creating an internal concave shape.
Take subsequent parallel sections which. Over direct using the previous section as a guide. Again these sections are elevated and cut short to long (graduation).
Now repeat this process on the second side.
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