Cutting Your Own Bangs And Fringes
How To Cut Your Own Bangs And Fringes At Home
Sometimes we do have to snip at home, do a better job of cutting your own bangs with these tips and guidelines
One of the main reasons many women do snip their own bangs at home is due to scheduling.
When you are on the go and do not have time for an appointment is when we will take scissors into our own hands.
Although it is not the first choice, the following suggested guidelines may help you to do a better job of trimming and cutting your own bangs and fringes.
Things to consider before cutting your own bangs and fringes. The person best qualified to cut your bangs or fringe is a professional hair stylist.
These stylists have the training we do not and know how to handle hair movement, texture, and hair pattern.
A bad bang cut although it will grow out is almost impossible to hide until that time. You will not be a happy girl.
Your best solution is to have your bangs first cut by a stylist and at that appointment, ask how to snip the ends or maintain at home.
Many salons offer trimming or cutting bangs and fringes as a free courtesy service, check for salons in your area, and also book with a senior styler.
Just because it is free does not mean you should be an appointment for a brand new apprentice.
Choosing Your Scissors
A quality pair of proper haircutting scissors is essential if you plan on trimming any part of your hair on a regular basis or cutting your own bangs and fringes.
If you do not have these, do not attempt to cut your own bangs.
Attempting to use your kitchen or sewing scissors will make for uneven and crooked bangs, they are simply not designed for hair, and will actually bend your hair as you use them.
The normal everyday use of any type of scissors causes the blades to dull and can cause damage to your hair ends, causing splits, rips, or tears. >