The next thing that I'll do is to continue his haircut, number two blade to a number three. This is a number three blade. Tilt the head of your client to the side, press against the round of the head and pull out. Out. See how I'm doing that. It's going to minimize the work that I need to do to create this haircut. I'm using my comb to press onto the clipper without removing too much of the excess of the line that I want to keep there. Position forward. This line that you, that I'm starting to expose and you begin to see, is called the parietal ridge and the shape of the head determines exactly how far or how low I want to create the haircut for this gentleman. We're going to do this side of the head now and I will position him differently so that the motion of the clipper goes in and pulls out. We're going to do this side of the head now and I will position him differently so that the motion of the clipper goes in and pulls out. I'll be using my comb to remove most of the excess of the hair that continues to hang below the parietal ridge. Continue to do that until the hair that you want to remove is completely free and clear from the parietal ridge.