painting bedroom - cutting in and ceiling touch up
Is it best to cut in the whole room, let it dry and then roll out the paint?
I am using SW Cashmere Flat and I have already cut in two walls, but am not sure if I should continue.
Also, while I was cutting in my first coat of paint I accidentally touched onto the ceiling a bit, should I go around the perimeter of my room with the leftover ceiling paint I have?
One last question. While rolling out my ceiling (the hardest thing to do in the world), I noticed I missed very minute spots on the stroke. Can I touch up by using a brush and feathering out the strokes to even out the look? I am using behr ceiling flat.