Technique 1: A horseshoe section is formed from temple to temple. Crown of the head is included in the horseshoe section. Hairs from the top of left ear are taken and are glued to the center of the nape hairline. A rounded line is formed that connects nape hairline with ears. Now horseshoe sections are brought down to the top of the ears. On the right side, about an inch hairs are parted down and are connected horizontally to the front hairline.
Technique 2: In this technique haircut is started from the nap hairline. A vertical section is formed that will leave some hair out. A horseshoe is then formed, which is parted later on up to the center the hair. Now from the center diagonal sections are taken. These diagonal sections are then connected with nape hairline in such a way that no hairs are left out this time. In the end, diagonal sections are rolled up to the right or left ear.
Technique 3: In this technique the diagonal sections are rolled up and clipped to the nape hairline rather than to the ears. Also horseshoe shape is blended so well so that it does not make appearance in the hair. In some cases when the hair is shaggy, flatness is created in it through the side. This is then drawn toward the bottom.
Technique 4: In this technique concave layers of the hair are made. Starting from the far left, a line is cut down to the nape hairline. Sub-lines of different lengths are then drawn, which connect the concave layer with the main line drawn up to the nape hairline. The hairline is then carved with scissors in such a way that it divides the hair in two equal halves. In the end disconnected hairs are pushed towards either ear.
Rebellious haircut can be achieved through any of the techniques mentioned here. However, it depends on what kind of haircut you want. Red color will further add to the uniqueness of your haircut.