Classic Graduated Bob I separate a control strand on the back of the head by a diagonal parting. I cut a concave control line. I extend this line with a slight lengthening to the ear. I separate the next strand. I cut it at the level of the first control strand. The cut line is concave. I cut the entire lower occipital region according to the same technique. I hold the hair with a comb when cutting. I pull aside at right 25° angle to the head, starting from the inion. I cut off focusing on the length of the lower strands. I pull back all the hair of the lower occipital zone and cut it with lengthening to the face. As a result, low graduation is obtained. I cut the right side similarly to the left one. I separate the next strand. I pull aside with the control strand, capturing the entire mass of hair. I cut the hair at the level of control line. This method is called a “fixed line design”. “The fixed line of design” is when all subsequent strands on the surface of the head are pulled to the control line. I don’t raise the graduation line in this technique, and I cut the hair at the same level. I also pull the hair of the temporal-lateral and parietal zones to the control line. I comb the hair of the parietal zone first to the bottom, then back. I cut off focusing on the length of the control strand. I cut the right side similarly to the left one. I separate the fringe by a triangular section. I separate a strand in the center by vertical parting. I pull the strand to the right. I cut perpendicularly to the floor. Then I separate the next strand on the left side by vertical parting. And also pull it together with the control strand to the right. I cut this strand at the level of the first control strand. I cut the subsequent strands according to the same technique. This cutting technique allows to create an arched A-fringe with a lengthening from the center to the periphery. I cut the right side of the fringe pulling the strands to the left. I adjust the fringe contour by point cut method. As a result, I got a stylish arched A-fringe. I dry the hair using a flat brush, forming natural volume. I smooth the hair in length. I straighten the hair using the irons. I adjust the contour at the face. I texturize the hair by pointing method. I soften the contour line on the back of the head by pointing method. Thank you for following us! Yours sincerely, Nicolai Rusu.