Josefa I remember seeing a video on your channel using this case. Amazing work!! In thinning cases, do you start with full clearances first and then transition into removing random hairs or you always start with just thinning?
Hello again Fenix, yes, this is the same case that I have put on my YouTube channel.
Normally, in the cases of reduction, I follow a selection process from the beginning.
In the hypothetical case that we made a first full clearance, that is, all the hairs present on the surface of the skin, the reduction would be around 50% of the total of the hairs, an amount sufficient to eliminate the undesirable shadow. A second complete clearance would be too much reduction, and this would prevent showing a natural beard pattern in case the individual wanted to let it grow.
Do you remember the case of the guy who came from Moscow? the second complete clearance ended with almost all hairs. Of course that's what he wanted, that's why we made a third clearing too.
At the beginning (Before):
A year after the second full clearance:
If what we are looking for is a reduction with a natural look, a complete clearance is not a good idea, because in the masculine beard it could leave a strange and disordered appearance, unlike in the body where this strategy usually gives a much more natural result.