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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 light bangs, medium side-swept bangs, choppy side-swept bangs, 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. Alright 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 have to treat the front of the head the same as you would treat the back. So, if I'm trying to create light...