How to Cut Your Bangs at Home
In most cases, we’d never suggest you learn how to cut your own bangs, but since we’re all in the midst of a global pandemic and feel like everything is out of control, we understand the urges to at least control your hairstyle. The post How to Cut Your Bangs at Home appeared first on Her Beauty.
In most cases, we’d never suggest you learn how to cut your own bangs, but since we’re all in the midst of a global pandemic and feel like everything is out of control, we understand the urges to at least control your hairstyle. It’s always best to get a professional to do this, but we’re all guilty of at least thinking of how to cut bangs at home. So since it’s bound to happen either way we thought we’d at least try to help you and make sure you don’t mess up your hair completely. Here are a few tips and tricks that we’ve found that will guide you on how to cut your bangs yourself and not end up looking ridiculous.
Get The Right Tools
The question of “ how to cut my own bangs ” should always be followed with “what tools do I need”. It’s never a good idea to just go at them with kitchen scissors or the ones you use for crafting. If you’re going to do this and want your bangs to look good you need to use the right tools. You will need proper hair cutting shears, some alligator clips to section off your hair, and a fine-tooth comb to get a precise parting.
Don’t Wet Your Hair
So many people think that since they do that at the hair salon you need to do that at home too. But what you’re not thinking of is that while cutting hair when it’s wet is more precise, the hairdresser at the salon has years of practice and knows exactly how long your bangs need to be to look good. But if you wet your hair you risk cutting them too short and when you dry them they’ll be way too short. So keep them dry, in fact, style them the way you would and only then cut them.