Each section of hair is brought down to the bottom perimeter and cut 1/16" longer than the previous section. This will result in the hair cupping under at the perimeter.
The first place along the hair shaft where the hair curves naturally. If you cut below the bending point, the hair will stand straight up.
Any area where the hair has thickness
Generic term used to describe cutting hair with clippers
A broken effect on the ends of the hair, achieved by using the points of the shears to cut notches into the hair
The point at which 2 different angles meet
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