recession to recession

Arabic translation: من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر

17:54 Aug 7, 2018
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English term or phrase: recession to recession
Distribute the hair by dividing it from recession to recession in a horseshoe shape. Work in diagonal sections with an elevation of 3º and cut the hair into a concave shape.

STEP 2:
Both sides are made in the same fashion. Keeping the head slightly inclined, comb the hair following its natural fall and, elevating it 3º, cut it upwards from the base defining the concave shape.
einass
Egypt
Local time: 13:56
Arabic translation:من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر
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من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر
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3 +1من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر
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من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر


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من منطقة إنحسار الشعر إلى منطقة أخرى لإنحسار الشعر

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