Trace a separation from ear to ear in the upper area. Separate the front area with a central parting. Trace a diagonal on both sides at 3-4cm from the front hairline, which ends on the previous vertical separation, creating a triangle. Divide the lower front area centrally and isolate the two areas.
At the same level as the front diagonal subdivision, trace a rear diagonal in the back area to isolate the crown area. Separate the nape area horizontally from the intermediate back area. Separate in half and vertically, and isolate the intermediate back area.
Separate the nape area centrally and determine the length of the perimeter with slight front diagonal separations, keeping the hair in natural fall. Cut with a front diagonal. Repeat over the entire nape area, using a comb to control the hair.
Isolate 2cm strands on the sides of the nape area. Using parallel diagonal separations, cut with a 45° graduation, following the roundness of the head.
Remove the clips from the two isolated sections. Dry the nape area, using a Denman brush for a natural result. Create a connection between the two sections and the central graduation.
Remove the clips from the intermediate section. Distribute the hair that’s close to the previously created perimeter in the nape area, holding the hair with a comb. Proceed with front diagonals on both sides, emphasizing the diagonal closer to the face.
Take a vertical section at the centre of the crown area. Project 135° and cut using a point cutting technique, creating a disconnection with the nape area. Repeat over the entire crown section with parallel sections over the fixed guide strand.
Take a central section from the front top area, keeping the length of the centre of the crown area as a reference and project 180°. Cut a diagonal that elongates towards the face over the fixed guide strand. Proceed with parallel sections over the fixed guide strand over the entire top front area.
Create a triangular section in the fringe area. Distribute the hair in natural fall, holding it with a comb. Cut an upside down V-shape with the shortest tip in line with the lips.
Apply milk_shake® styling potion to give hair soft support. Dry the hair using a wrapping technique, using a Denman brush for a natural result.
Customize the cut using scissors to remove any excess weight and create openings and connections between different lengths. Apply milk_shake® texturizing cream to define the shape. To achieve greater hold, apply milk_shake® medium hold hairspray.
Check the result of the cut.