Despite your best efforts, a common condition exists after scissor cutting the top, The top will have “scissor lines” or “demarcations” after the cutting is done. The lines are hard to see on curlier hair and on longer cutting lengths, but are most apparent when the hair is shorter than two inches. Those visible lines exist because there are shorter and longer lengths (about a half inch longer) after the cutting is done.
The solution is fairly easy. The top cutting consists of three to five rows, with four to six cuts in a row going from the front hairline back to the crown region. You can MINIMIZE the length variations by increasing the number of cuts in a row–instead of four to six cuts in a row, do eight to twelve in a row.
Length variations can be virtually ELIMINATED by doing a second-time cutting that has rows cut from the upper sides, up to the center of the top. This “second-time over” cutting was demonstrated on “Precision Clipper Cutting #2–Regular (tapered) haircuts.”
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