Have you been going back and forth trying to decide if you can cut your own hair? I feel like every time I look in the mirror, I consider it! If you're ready and willing but just need to learn how, this guide from British Vogue called How To Cut Your Own Hair At Home + Not Mess It Up has everything you need to master cutting your own hair.
Cut the ribbon on your at-home hair salon – by now it should officially be open for business. You’ve likely already mastered the art of colouring your own hair, but split ends will be becoming an issue, and since professional haircuts won’t be available for the foreseeable future, it’s time to familiarise yourself with the dos and don’ts of the DIY chop. The experts agree that a home haircut is never ideal, but in exceptional circumstances (read: out-of-control hair), there are a few ways we can keep our cuts in check.
You'll be on your way to a new do after learning these six tips:
1. What scissors to use
2. How to deal with split ends
3. The dos and don’ts of trimming a fringe
4. What to do when you have a pixie cut
5. What to do when your hair looks unkempt
6. What to avoid at all costs
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