you even think about cutting , consider your hair type because this will
make a big difference as to how you should proceed. Is it curly, wavy, bouncy,
frizzy, premed or just plain kinky? Wetting your hair makes it easier to
handle when trimming, but hair is elastic and will look longer wet than
dry especially if it's any of the above, so to be safe, cut
how much you want to trim and stick to your decision. If you normally blow
dry, curl, straighten or style your hair in any way, do this
before you decide how much to chop. Invest in some good professional
hairdressing scissors. They should have long, sharp pointed blade. The
sharper the scissors, the sharper the cut!
in front of a big mirror to cut your hair , and don't
rely on artificial light. Natural daylight is best, so you can see quite
clearly what you're doing . If you're nervous, cut off a little at a
time. You can always take off a bit more if it's not short enough, but you
can't stick any back on! And if you've cut a bit on an angle, you can
correct it with the next snip.
our step-by-step guide to achieve the perfect trim.
the front of your hair flat, making sure any parting is in the right
off the bits you don't want to trim and clip them back out of the
the ends of your fringe only, so you can take into account your
hair's natural bounce.
your fingers straight, slide them down your fringe to where you
want to trim, pulling the hair taut but not stretching it.
from the middle out to the sides, keeping the line as straight as
possible, use your fingers as a guide to cut against. If you're prone
to the jitters, try taint your fringe down to keep it in place while
cutting, using a tape.
your hair between each cut to ensure the fringe stays even.