How can I finish this end off?

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Can you please advise on how I can tidy this up please? It's how the builders left it and I have been meaning to revisit it.

Two options come to mind:
1. fascia boards
2. eve covers

The problem is that the slope isn't straight. Hence a fascia board may have a gap in places. Hope that makes sense and look forward to your advice.
 

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Probably just organise a BBQ or party or something just to give it closure.
 
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The under cloak is shoddy as is the pointing under it.

To make it tidy the verge needs to come off, brick work needs cutting to a true line.
New under cloak bedded and tiles refitted. and pointed neatly.
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Or you can try and forget it
 
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This is the issue:
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I've ignored it for over a year but would like to tidy (hide?) the mortar bead as it seems unsightly and not finished correctly, I thought?

I will struggle with the skills required for @datarebal suggestion but appreciate that would be the proper way to deal with it.

I was wondering if I could use a fascia of some description (note that the slope isn't perfectly straight) or perhaps verge caps which extend out over the mortar. Hope this makes sense and thanks in advance.
 

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it looks like you may have enough tile overhang to fix a plastic fascia to the wall after scribing the op edge to follow the undercloak
 
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There is definitely enough overhang but I thenneed to tie it in with the fascia on the front side and finish off the corner. That could be tricky.

Can I not get away with verge caps in this situation?
 
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The corner should be simple.. There is a plastic guy on here who might be able to confirm ...
 
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I'm concerned that if the fascia board sits too proud it will be higher that the fascia returning back from the fascia run at the front.
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Just pull off that off cut of fascia that forms the return and run a full length down , with corner trim
 
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You will make it look worse with some sort of frankenverge mess trying to add a bargeboard to a verge that is not designed for one, and that's without the fact of what a piece of white fascia looks like with a non parallel and wavy top edge - 10x as visible than it is now. Then the water staining from lack of drip ...
 
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