Hair: Thomas Osborn Use deep point-cutting at front to create a loose blend with the perimeter. That's what makes this classic shape new again.
Technique: Razored Bob
1. Place a delta section from the recession area on both sides down to a central point at the top of the occipital bone.
2. Start behind the ear. Take a diagonal back section, following the shape of the hairline down to the nape. Comb the section 'T" to the parting, elevate to 1 finger's depth ad razor cut to a length that sits on the hairline.
3. Continue with a diagonal back section across the back of the head. Maintain the same 'T' distribution, elevate to 45 degrees and follow the guideline until all the hair that reaches to this point is cut.
4. Repeat the same technique on the opposite side.
5. From the ear forwards, sub-section the hair horizontally. Comb to natural fall, elevate to 1 finger's depth and razor cut - increasing in length from shorter at the back to longer at the front.
6. Repeat the process on the opposite side.
7. Release the delta section and isolate the fringe area by taking a triangular section out to the recession area on both sides.
8. Comb the hair to natural fall. Elevate to 1 finger's depth and razor cut square to a length just above the eyebrow.
9. Cut the top by taking parallel sections to the delta section, comb to natural fall, elevate to the round of the head. Taking the guide length from underneath, use exaggerated deep point cutting to create a loose blend with the perimeter.