Having and maintaining bangs is a full-fledged commitment. Fixing it every morning, making sure it has just the right swing of wave, blow drying immediately after washing so you don’t look fresh out of the 80s, and the list goes on! When it comes to cutting your own bangs, most celebrity hairdressers advice against it because you may end up with something that does not compliment your face and then you may regret it later on. But when a trip to the hairdresser is not possible, an at home cut feels like a short cut back to good looking bangs that frame your face perfectly. Read on to find out how!
The Tools You’ll Need:
First things first, invest in a good quality pair of scissors, wide toothed comb, and a mirror big enough to make your cut an easy feat. Ideally, a life size mirror is great for this purpose. This is because you would need to see how bangs will go with your whole persona. Also, make sure that your scissors are sharp and rust free, because a blunt edged pair of scissors can harm the ends of your hair, which makes split ends appear faster than usual.
Ensure that your hair is not wet at all. We know that you have seen the hairdressers spraying your hair with water your hair before they do it, but experts recommend that an at home fringe cutting should be done on dry hair because dampness makes your hair appear longer, and you may end up cutting more that you need to and then cover it with scarves and headbands. Moreover, wear something that doesn’t hinder your arm movement.
How to Cut Your Own Bangs at Home
Listed below are the steps you need to take to cut the fringe of your dreams:
- Stand comfortably in front of the mirror and detangle your hair.
- Analyze the length of fringe that will look ideal with your face type.
- Hold your scissors at a right angle and start cutting a little lower that your desired length and then work your way up
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