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CUTTING & STYLING: Directed off the face, styled with hold and separation
For a man who definitely wants to make a statement. Graduated and layered to give a defined shape, this look needs a firm hand to keep it perfect. That’s where Pure Texture Molding Paste & Matte Separation Wax play their part.
Prepare the hair using Charge Up Shampoo from Bed Head for Men.
Apply Pure Texture Molding Paste as a cutting agent.
Take a curved horseshoe section from high recession to above the occipital bone at the back.
Establish a block graduation weight line at 45˚elevation using the razor for a defused effect.
Continue consistently along the horseshoe until the center back is reached.
Switching to the scissors, complete the sides by layering parallel to the head shape to blend the underneath area to the graduation on both sides of the head.
Now take a radial division at the top. Continue taking a central vertical section at the crown. Comb the hair to 90˚elevate to 45˚and blunt decreasing in length towards the bottom to build weight above the occipital bone.
Pivot around the crown and over direct each section slightly back to increase length and weight towards to sides.
From the crown forward take a center vertical section. Use the guide from the crown and remove weight by point cutting, squarely to the head shape.
The rest of the top is approached with slight diagonal back sections. Using the guide from the center complete the layering squarely all throughout the top.
To remove weight internally use the thinning shears section by section.
Blow-dry the hair back off the face, using a large round brush to smooth the hair and eliminate natural movement.
Finish the cut with Matte Separation Wax to give hold and direction to the style.
CUTTING & SYTLING: Slick control for a textured finish
CUTTING & STYLING: Personalized shape and defined texture
CUTTING & STYLING: Strong and detailed, textured and shapely
CUTTING & STYLING: Styled off the face for loose coolness