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We will clean up this hair in front of her eyes. Good girl. And I am actually going to a four inch—now hold the side of a bit firmly with the mouth together, the opposite side to your scissoring. Always point the scissors up towards the center of her face. Hold the scissors flat to the skin and very gently you just scissor away the small triangle around the corner of the eye then we turn it around, hold that side of here. Hold the scissors up and gently scissor out the corner of her eye.
Now, you could grow that hair if they haven’t been trimmed before it will be this length on the muscle. So, you could do a—in there. However, it’s been trimmed so as the hairs grown, it’s grown upwards and will actually go in her eye so this has to be kept trimmed now otherwise, it will give your eye problems.
Turn the head down, a fringe over her eyes. And I've got hold of her beards now so that she cannot move her head. We will do in a short move. Holding the point of scissor away from her eye—a fringe down towards her eye so that’s—there we are so we get a nice little fringe.
Now, I'm going to use this comb and scissor method on the top of her head to put some liaison. So, when you comb in, pull the hair up, hold the comb flat along the broad way and we’ve worked our way over the edge. So, it’s another section. I've pulled up the section I've already trimmed so that I can get the same length.
I will just do that a couple of times, good girl. Okay. Put in the curve up. Good girl—
And to do this side, just very conveniently move her head for me. Good girl. So now, I’ll just take that a little bit short to that side. Okay. What about a trim to that side. There we are.
Now, we want to comb hair down over the hair. Now, you can either hold the hair after—scissor—or make sure that you put the edge of your scissor on top of the hair and don’t trim the hair off. Go over the other side and get hold of the hair—
Tie it around here, hold the hair up, scissor that—okay and holding the edge of the scissor right from there and I've got my thumb where the edge of the hair is. So, it’s safety all the time. We don’t want to—the dog or anything.
So they come in around under the throat. Good girl! So, I’ll come up to the other hair. Now—it’s got slightly long nose—and as you see one side of beard is shorter than the other. And having that longer beard like she has which squeeze her off, I think it looks very, very masculine. And I think they look cuter feminine if you can just round that—will shorten the beard a little bit. So, we look more girly ideally for dogs with more of a fully beard because I think that looks more doggy—
Why and I think I can use thinning scissors just to blend that—they got a softer. These are some good sided thinning scissor. And they give a last soft finish rather than a hard straight line.
Good girl, you can see that. Good girl. Good girl, stay. Good girl.
And I just used a little tiny little paste of head gel actually styling head gel and rub it over my fingers very gently. Just rub it into the coat, good girl. And this has to give the hair little bit—helps to stand out for us so that we can get that nice presenting look..