Guest Artist Michael Forrey Textured Long Bob
For Kay, we wanted to create a long bob shape, with some movement and versatility while keeping the layering more invisible and closer to the outline. We decided that a slight triangular shape would be more suitable in order to create more volume in the back and have the ability to flip the front from side to side. We achieved that by cutting an outline with scissors, in the fingers, which created a graduated edge but kept the outline still quite blunt. Working from the outline, we used a concave layering technique in three disconnected panels working horizontally through the shape. This created an invisible or minimally layered looking shape while still removing lots of weight to release the texture.
In this video you will learn:
- Graduating an outline
- Concave layering in a horizontally
- Removing weight invisibly with disconnection.
- Blow drying with a mason brush
- Creating texture with a curling iron
- 5 1/2 scissors
- YSPark comb and clips
- Mason Pearson brush
- 1 3/4 curling iron