It depends on which shape you want.
Parallel to the subsection
Curved in the shape of the layers
Tilted according to the head shape
Diagonal to the parietal ridge
The interior of a haircut
The outer edge of winged eyeliner
The crown and apex areas of the head
The outside line of a haircut
The texture of the hair
The size of the subsection
The natural fall
By bringing each subsection to the same guideline
By using a portion of each previous subsection as your guide
By standing in one spot as you cut your guest's hair
By starting your guideline on one side of the head
By cutting the nape subsections to a stationary guideline
By backcombing subsections in the bang area
By pulling the hair to the natural fall and trimming uneven points
By tousling the hair so it falls naturally
Stove pressing comb
Electric flat iron
Electric curling iron
Stove silking iron
Place your foils diagonally.
Place your foils above the parietal ridge.
Place your foils vertically.
Place your foils horizontally.
As thin as a flattened foil
Thick enough to be opaque
Thin enough to see through
As thick as your finger
Head facing straight ahead
Head tilted forward
Head tilted back
Head facing sideways
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