First: Excavate a center part from the crown to the nape of the neck. Divide the sections into two ponytails the approximate length of your desired bob. Keep in mind the center part should always remain divided with absolute precision as shown in the following photo:
Using your scissors, remove these two ponytails just like a scene from one of those movies where the family is in the Federal Witness Protection Program and they’ve just been recognized at Dairy Queen and need to begin life anew. Hand these ponytails to your mournful client.
Now take the remaining hair and once again carve a center part, drawing this line from the crown to the nape of the neck. Also create a part crosswise from ear to ear. Play a short round of Tic Tac Toe while sucking on your cocktail.
Or, um, this:
Take a few seconds to slug down the rest of your Bloody Mary.
Now according to the directions, “release a small section of hair on each side one inch thick.” A small section on each side of what? Exactly. Mix a second Bloody Mary.
Now comb down the one-inch section of hair, pulling fingers on a 90-degree angle away from the nape of the neck until the tension is tight. Cut.
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