Hair: Italian Style Framesi Team Makeup: S. Dell'Orto Use a pinch-cutting technique at the top section followed by thinning shears to create this side-swept fall around her face.
Style: D. Eugeni, A. Argentieri
1. Trace a V starting from the temples through the crown area to the occipital bone.
2. Trace a line parallel to this in order to obtain a strip 1 cm (1/2") wide.
3. On the top of the head, make a parting from ear to ear.
4. Cut the strip round at a length of 4-6 cm (11/2" - 2 1/2").
5. Divide the back with a central vertical part and sub-divide the two sections obtained into diagonal sections with a 45° angle. Raise each section vertically and connect to the length of the strip.
6. Now sub-divide the top sector between the strip and the center of the head into wedges, and cut each wedge sloping at 45°, from the length of the strip to a length of around 10 cm (4") in the center, which will automatically be about 8 cm (3") as you move towards the mastoid bones.
7. In the front section, trace a diagonal parting from 2 cm (3/4") from the front left hairline to 2 cm (3/4") from the parting that marks the front section.
8. Cut the back section obtained square, using the length at the vertex as a reference.
9. Lift the front section and take it to the vertex. Cut this hair horizontally using the Pinching Cut Technique.
10. Refine the perimeter of the cut, maintaining the following reference points:
3 cm (11/4") at the center of the nape.
11. Then move up to 1 cm (about 1/2") above the earlobe and down to the mouth.
12. Soften the whole line with thinning shears
13. Color the hair with Framcolor 2001 3NP.
14. Using the spatula, place some highlights all over the head. Take very thin sections, increasing them in the forelock area, using Decolor B cream and lightening to level 6-7.
15. Tone the hair with Framcolor Eclectic 5ME + 7RE or Framesi Mixcolor with Framcolor 2001 5MP + 7RP.