haircut #4 Blending concave line at the back of the head

Cut the concave accurately, to the top layer
Make a clear line and separate the bottom hair
Blend top of hair to the bottom section
Cut the concave accurately, to the top layer
You make a clear line to separate bottoms hair
Now you have to blending hair to bottoms section of the hair
You need good skills to work with scissors,
Stroke cut.
Before learning the stroke cut you must cut 8 pounds of newspaper. You will learn to hold the scissors properly, build thumb muscle, open scissors wide and your wrist will move very softly, for that you have to practice!
Then you will do the stroke cut very easily, just open the scissors and cut!
You practice the same way for the Tapping cut!

If you don’t like to practice, then you have to have right scissors!
I use Joewell Gxn-24 they are special thinning scissors.
When you section the hair it takes only 5% of the hair at one time. If you use the thinning scissors at a different angle it will take more or less hair depending on the size of the sections.
That’s why when use the detailed cut, like stroke cut, you can do it with these scissors.
Joewell SDR-60 is, if you like to do the slice, slide, or stroke cut, these will be the perfect scissors to use.
As you see, when you slide the scissors, you do not open the scissors to wide to push the hair section, you have to gently move the thumbs to control the sliding of the scissors along the surface of the hair.
As you see, we do handcraft work to make a haircut. Practice your hand, wrist, finger, thumb and body motions.
Now is the time: Do it Now!

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