How To Trim Your Hair At Home
You probably have your hair in a very bad state due to the lockdown which is causing your hair to break badly and looking at how beauty salons are closed down without any hope of opening anytime soon, it won’t be bad to actually try out cutting out the hair to that beautiful style without causing a mess.
First things first, make sure you’ve got the right tools, I don’t expect you to use your kitchen tools for this. Don’t give me an excuse that every scissor is scissors so you can use it. If you want results then ditch your kitchen scissors for more appropriate scissors in order to avoid causing more split ends. If you do not have a pair of razor-sharp hairdressing scissors you can use the small sewing scissors.
The next thing to consider the state of your hair before cutting it. If you cut your hair when it’s wet there’s a chance that the hair will jump when it’s dry especially if your hair is curly.’ And this can result in too much being taken off. So I would advise you to trim your hair when it’s dry to be on a safer side.
The next step is to consider how you would want to cut your hair. Just like dealing with naughty knotted her, section your hair straight down the back of your head and bring both sides forward in front of your shoulders.
Instead of cutting straight across, cut upwards into the hair. If your hair is dry, make sure you cut your ends not more than one inch.
Once you’ve got your desired length at the front, comb all of the hair back behind your shoulders. You should then have a slight “V” shape. To straighten this out, I would recommend asking someone else to point cut from short point to short point. And that is it, we are done as simple and quick as possible.
Do not cut your hair in a ponytail because with that it will leave you with uneven ends and a gap in the center back of the hair.