On both sides of the head, take a slightly curved horseshoe section at the low-recession around the head.
Start the cut at the sides along the horseshoe. Comb the hair to naturally fall, elevate to 45˚ and point cut parallel to the part to eliminate the length and create the perimeter shape.
Continue working behind the ears using the same method until the centre back is reached, establishing the graduation weight line around the head.
In the nape work with slight diagonal sections from the centre back towards the ears. Comb the hair 90˚ to the head shape, elevate to 45˚ and point cut decreasing length to the nape.
Once the underneath area is established, channel cut to diffuse the graduation weight line.
Now take a slightly curved horseshoe section at the high point of the recession. Comb the hair perpendicular to the part, elevate to 45˚ and point cut randomly about an inch longer to create softness through the graduation weight line.
Repeat the same technique until the centre top is reached. Comb sections perpendicular to the part, elevate to a stationary 45˚ and point cut for softness.
Take a triangular section to separate the fringe area. Comb the hair to naturally fall and point cut at low elevation square across to the other side.
Now take a radial part from the crown to the top of the ears. Work with pivoting sections from the centre back towards the sides. Comb and elevate each section to 90˚ and slice through to remove weight.
Continue with the same approach in front of the ear on both sides of the head.
After blow-drying the hair using Bed Head Queen for a day, flat iron the hair and personalise the shape using channel cutting. Finish with Sugar Dust and Headrush to give the shape definition.