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You just start by just thinning underneath the eye not between too much just to get the hair away.
Tiny bit this do have a naturally chrysanthemum-shaped head. And if she was little more—with the clippers, I could use on the top of the head the comb attachment again.
Working some of the crown, I could just move it round, it would save a little time but she’s not too keen on the clippers and that’s hairy so we’re going to have to use the thinners using it around the head next here.
Starting it with front of the head, pull it up, and just take off to about the length that you’ve been cutting the rest of the body bringing a little groom over in each time.
This is probably the one time that you do cut across the coat. I’m just thinning the back.
I do need to take this little shorter so you can lift the coat from a different angle.
I want to take this opportunity while she sat still to lift the coat as I go along. You can use the thinners just down. I just want to see her eyes; we don’t want to expose him too much.
This is too little thick, you can see I’m holding the ear away so I can just get beyond apart. While you’re doing this chrysanthemum’s head, it is just a question of would cling it down until you get the way you want it to be.
You can just keep looking; just keep looking at her face to see whether she looks pretty. I think we’re getting that.
I think we got a little bit there and just thin into the top of the ear.
I’m taking straight scissors to straighten it up. Certainly around, you could see that that line is fairly straight all the way through so, a little thickness there.
And good now and she decided to sit down.
I’m just about to finish and we need to look at the overall picture.
I’m just going to take a little bit more off over her eyes. I think when clients come in to a salon, the first thing they say is take plenty off over their eyes should I can't say—you want him to look quite pretty and we do need to oblige. Focus on this and sometimes they come in they’ve had to go themselves and they’ve just taken the scissors straight across the front and this looks absolutely terrible and we can't make them look nice at all.
That's slightly completed and I think she looks quite smooth.