My stock method is to work both sides alternating if necessary, correcting bevel width etc. Raise a burr the entire length, flip and repeat. An important aspect of burr removal is to not flip it more than absolutely required. Once the burr is formed (as small as possible) I increase the angle by double or more and very lightly brush it off with a few leading passes. Then drop back down to original angle for just a few leading or trailing passed depending on stone composition. Then strop or microbevel and done.