Isolate a 5-6cm triangle in the fringe area from halfway along the eyebrow to halfway along the other eyebrow.
Trace a rear diagonal halfway along the oblique sides of the triangle of the fringe, gaining momentum as it gets closer to the back, reaching the occipital area. Isolate the external area in a braid.
Subdivide the front and back areas at the top of the head with a transversal separation behind the ear. Isolate both sections.
Take a central section from the inner front area and project upwards. Cut using a point cutting technique on a diagonal with greater volume at the top of the head.
Follow on with sunburst sections, keeping the length of the guide strand as a reference, and cut using a traveling guide strand, completing the section.
Take the length of the front top as a reference, taking a central section from the inner back section and projecting it upwards. Cut using a point cutting technique on a diagonal with less volume at the top of the head.
Complete the entire section.
Distribute the hair in the fringe area in natural fall, and take a central section. Define the length of the fringe at the indentation of the nose, using a comb for greater control, and cut using a point cutting technique, creating a slightly concave shape.
Complete the fringe area, keeping the concave cutting line.
Distribute the perimeter in natural fall and block cut, using a comb for control. According to the density of the perimeter: if the hair is not very dense, cut at the end of the cut. If the hair is very dense, cut at the beginning of the cut. Apply milk_shake® amazing. Dry the hair using a Denman brush for a natural result.
Take vertical sections all over the hair and project diagonally and upwards to soften the disconnection with the long section, progressively increasing the projection. Apply milk_shake® let it shine to give hair shine and softness.
Check the result of the cut.