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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 944 Pr Fringe

Instructions and Help about Who Form 944 Pr Fringe

Since it's far what's up guys welcome to today's vlog today what we're gonna focus on is cutting bangs I know a lot of you guys out there have issues with different types of bangs understanding which ones to use so what I did today was I put together a compilation of every type of bangs you could pretty much ever think of so we have long heavy bangs long Lite bangs medium side-swept bang choppy side-swept bang straight fringe and then a really short grungy looking bang at the very end just for fun so hope you guys like this I'm gonna get started with this step-by-step make sure you want to follow us hit the subscribe button so you don't miss any videos that we put out and also thank you guys so much for watching let me know what you think in the comments here we go let's get started all right guys we're gonna start off by sectioning off the mannequin to get ready for cutting the bangs so what I want to do is go from the high point down to the recession point on the head and just create a nice triangle right in the forehead area of the mannequin or of your client now I'm going to clip that away I've got my triangle now I'm going to take a left hand side parting we're going to start off creating a heavy longer side bang so what I'm going to do is go with really low elevation the lower the elevation when you're cutting a bang the heavier it's going to be we've talked about this in past videos if you you have to treat the front of the head the same as you would treat the back so if I'm trying to create light airy layers that I definitely want to elevate more with this what I want to do is add some extra weight and this would be for somebody that maybe wants to be able to pull their hair back and doesn't want the hair to fall out things like that but they still want that kind of angled fringe around the face so I keep the low-elevation I work diasections all the way back bringing them to a stationary guide and then connecting it on the opposite side so now I want to do is I'm going to blow it dry so what I want you guys to see after every bang that I cut I want you to see the dry finished look of it so you can compare which type of bang you're looking to create now keep in mind I'm doing very basic versions of each bang so if you elevate it a little bit more you could take out a little bit more wait so this would definitely be based on each of your clients don't you know do this exactly the way I'm doing it every single time so now we're gonna use our vibra straight iron go through iron it out just so you guys you guys can see that polished finish and how the bang is actually going to lay some guests really like that heaviness in the front specially if they have a lower density or kind of a weaker hairline and like I said if they want to pull all their hair back and not have the hair falling out so now we're going to move into a light long side bang and what this is going to do it's going to be cut pretty much the same the only difference is now we're elevating there so we talked about if you the more you elevate the hair the lighter it's going to be in the front so I'm doing a 90 degree elevation with a stationary guide so I'm over directing everything over to the same point pushing it away from my body I like cutting from short to long point so that's why I'm pushing the hair away you could stand on the opposite side and pull the hair towards you just really whatever makes you comfortable um but I I'm working that stationary guide cutting and what that's doing is collapsing that hair but it's giving it a seamless feel because of the fact that I'm following the head shape so just make sure when you elevate the hair that your finger angle is parallel with the forehead if you elevate any higher it's just going to collapse it too much so now we're going to blow-dry I want to show you guys the difference you can really compare the heavy bang as opposed to the light bang so I think that this is a this is such a good visual for me this is a video that I've wanted to create for a long time because we don't get the opportunity to see these visually next to each other all these different haircuts and different ways of removing and keeping wait so you could see the flow works really well you can see the weight that's been taken out right around the edges of that haircut where it was heavy before so it just makes it a lot easier for your guests to be able to style it and maneuver it so now we're going to work on a shorter side bang and what I'm going to do is take diaforward sections over-direct them creating a stationary guide and again because we want to go heavy I'm keeping my elevation low and cutting with my finger angle parallel to my parting so just can I keep that consistent now if you wanted to create a little more of a light feel to this fringe what I would do is just suggest slight elevation after each section that you take no one says you have to stay either stationary or or kind of extremely move it you could just slightly lift it as you.

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