More hammering of the edge, turning the cuff over after each pass will make it even so that you don't have one curve wider than the other.
If you turn over too much, you can take the cuff back to the horn on the anvil, and tap it back straight with the rawhide mallet. If this happens, you must anneal this before or you could split the metal edges.
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