Graduated Bias Shape
Graham starts on his left hand side with diagonal sections using a round graduation technique and repeats on the second side, crossing over in the centre back to balance the internal shape with curve of the head . He works with diagonal sections in the back and crown running forwards to the right. He elevates the hair, over directs, angles his fingers vertically, slightly twists and cuts from short to long which connects his crown area graduation on his left hand side. Graham repeats the same process on his second side with reversed sectioning.
The result is a classic tailored bias shape with a disconnected top featuring oblique angles for maximum movement and a variety of versatile dressing outcomes.
Technical DetailsModel Harriet // Hair Colour // Hair Type
Technical Skills Asymmetric | Blow Drying | Blunt Cutting | Brush Use | Clippers-Over-Comb | Club Cutting | Cross Checking | Disconnection | Elevation | Finger Position | Flat Brush | Freehand Cutting | Graduation | Internal Graduated Layering | Over-Direction | Point Cutting | Round Graduation | Scissor Control | Scissors-Over-Comb | Sectioning | Smoothing | Straightening | Tension
Contributor Graham Oglesby // Make-Up Artist Louisa Inchenko // Photographer Jamie Harrison
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