Upon closer inspection, you will see smaller men involving, under and occasionally shooting between leaves. Gently pull the bigger rosettes to both sides and snip stem. This is a superb time to also pull out black or dead leaves, no demand for them, since they’re only a breeding ground for different creatures!
Since you can observe the Lipstick will possess reddish tips/lips, these men are coated for two months using a frost fabric but still observable. As temps heat up and sunlight brighter, they will darken. New men I have cut out happen to be concealed from any direct sunlight and so will have little to no red on hints, it will comeback, it is in their DNA.
The larger cutting had a good deal of dead leaves beneath, pull them away and throw, give the stem a place to take out fresh roots. I will leave these men failed for a couple of weeks, months and once I choose to replant, most would have small origins popping out, they will be ready for new homes!
Simple to perform, gives the larger men more space to develop and allows more room for new pups to take out!