6 partitions are made. In the upper area, we create an asymmetric, horseshoe-shaped partition.
Below this partition, we create two vertical lines that end behind each ear and which separate the temporal areas from the parietal area.
In the parietal area, we separate the partition in half via a vertical line that ends at the occipital apex point. We divide the occipital area with a triangular partition.
We start with the occipital partition, through radial sections with the vertex above, which are cut moving to the center.
We cut the sections with a lower elevation of 45°, a cutting angle of 90°, moving towards the center and leaving about 3 centimeters long in the lower area.
We cut the parietal area in horizontal sections with a slight movement towards that previously cut.
We cut these sections with a lower elevation of 45°, with an outer cutting angle of 45° and with a slight movement towards that previous cut. We take the upper sections of the previous partition as a guide measure.
We cut the right temporal partition in horizontal sections, with an elevation of 0° (its natural fall) and an angle of 90°, creating a straight line, using a comb which is introduced from the left half of the occipital area.
With the partition of the left temporal area, we cut using previous diagonal sections, with an elevation of 90°, an exterior cutting angle of 45° and moving all the hair towards the rear area.
The upper area is cut using radial sections with the vertex in the center of the horseshoe oval, worked from the base of the hair.
With an elevation of 90° and an exterior cutting angle of 45° using the length of the parietal area as a guide measure.
Finally we cut the contour of the rear hairline, making the line more curved.