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How To Cut Round Bangs (also known as Fringe outside the US). In this video Stacey Broughton, from myhairdressers.com, shows ...
you how to cut a variety of round bangs in detail.
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Male Speaker: Welcome to myhairdresses.com. Today we are going to be showing you how to cut a curl fringe with curved sections. First of all, we begin the fringe on the right hand side on the shorter side or the square side and by using the scissors to lift the hair, dropping the hair in the comb using very little tension; we start to cut a curved line.
This line drops down towards the bridge of the nose, and then curves across to the cheek bones. By resting the hair on the skin, you can create a really good beveled angle. Once you have completed all these, you may place the hair in your fingers to create tension. This way, it keeps the hand much cleaner. By cutting the hair with a free hand technique in the beginning stages and then moving through it to using tension. This is a path -- development of the shape to create a beautiful clean line.
Round tailored hair demands a round tailored fringe. On the -- we work with a very curved fringe. We begin this by taking a section in the center, resting our fingers on the bridge of the nose and chipping a line in. this line curves from very slightly. The extense in length caused the recession. So it aligns for any irregularities in the hair growth. By using the large teeth in the curve, it enables to have minimum tension, not maximum tension. By chipping the hair away allows the hair to be graduated, so giving it freedom of movement.
Take parallel sections, back towards the crown. This will give you a beautiful headed fringe. Remember, all fringes that suit each individual. With the Valentino, this is a clever use of over direction and control of the hair. By working from the bridge of the nose outwards, we create a beautiful beveled line. This is done by over directing the hair slightly towards the center each time you comb. So allowing the hair to create the shape. We take parallel sections to the fringe, back towards the crown, over from the hair forwards. We slightly elevate the hair, but being very careful not to over elevate; otherwise, you create excessive graduation.
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