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Discover a simple method for cutting a full fringe in a few easy steps. You'll learn the correct finger angle and positioning to achieve a desired fringe with minimum effort. Finally, learn a simple way to bevel the fringe using your 9-row brush and a blow dryer. Let's get started.
HOT TIP: ALWAYS cut a fringe dry for proper length and use the fine teeth of your comb to remove any natural growth patterns while styling.
NOTE: If working with a client with blonde hair, use a black comb. When working with a brunette we recommend using an ivory comb. The contrast will allow you to see your lines and create a cleaner cut.
Remember to teach your client how to style and finish their fringe at home.
Using your Professional 9-row finishing brush and a narrow nozzle with blow dryer, come in and position the brush first, under the fringe and rotate so the ends are inside the brush to create a bevel. Take your blow dryer, placing the nozzle behind the fringe but never on the bristles of the brush and blow dry to set the bevel. ALLOW IT TO COOL. Work in sections; side, center and opposite side.