What the Stroke Length Affects in the Hair Stroke Technique?
Let's talk about lines today.
It's been a really long time since I stopped making hair strokes as a solid line. The last time I did this was around 2–2.5 years ago. Then I began to divide this line into segments, and then I began to layer these segments on top of each other in different percentages.
In this post, I want to show you how different these lines may appear if you use segments of different lengths.
I made several lines of different lengths in ascending order, starting with 3 mm long segments.
Difference between stroke lengths
The photo clearly shows the difference, just like in the previous publication, where I compared the length of the strokes.
The line made of short strokes turned out to be clear and thin, because using short strokes we get a pattern of small pixels located close to each other.
Lines made of long strokes are loose and translucent, but the pixels are more expressive.
There is no concept of "correct" and "incorrect" lines. You must adjust the technique to the eyebrow pattern and to your hand.
By combining different techniques, you will achieve the most lively patterns in the hair stroke technique.
Taken from the original post: instagram.com/p/CHm9yQCnicc/