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Retro Redux Cut

August 31, 2011 | 12:14 PM
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BEFORE
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1. Section hair as shown. Bring all the hair from below the rounds to the back. A top section is isolated.
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2. Take vertical sections from above the rounds and lift as shown. Point cut into the ends to the desired length, connecting with the lengths in the nape.
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3. Work along the sides, directing the sections back to the guide.
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4. Now release the isolated top. Take these sections, pull straight up and cut to blend with the guide.
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5. Bring the hair down as it is to be worn. Cut to blend the front lengths with the length from the back.
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6. Once dried, pull out sections from along the rounds and slide cut to create movement and texture along the lengths. Then take the lengths, lift up and point cut into the ends for texture.
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