How To Cut Your Own Bangs Tutorial (3 Ways)
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I’m the type of person that likes learning how to do beauty things from home. Whether it’s cutting my hair, or coloring my hair. The benefit I see is that you end up saving money and time.
I honestly don’t like going to hair salon or go see a doctor because of the waiting time. I get desperate and I don’t like to waste time.
Here I show you three ways you can cut your own bangs from home. It’s easy, and it can be fun too! Just pretend you have a hair salon at home :))
3 ways to cut your own bangs….
Before I cut my hair I make sure my hair is clean. Before I cut my bangs I took a shower, and I applied a bit of Shea Moisture hair style milk to make my hair soft, and give it a healthy shine. I begin to part my hair in the middle, and bring forward a small section of hair towards my face….
Method 1 – The traditional way
This is the most common way everyone knows about. Grab a small section of hair, and using your fingers as guidance, cut away. Make sure to cut hair below fingers.
Method 2 – Use a hair elastic
This is another common way if you’re a newbie, and want to have a precision cut. To cut your bangs, tie the small section of hair with a hair elastic. Pull it down towards the desired length, and cut.
Method 3 – The hair clip ruler: CreaClip Review & Demo
This is new to me, and when I saw it I went on Amazon and bought it. I call it the CreaClip hair ruler for bangs, but the actual name is CreaClip. It’s a small blue ruler with a level, and it comes with a scissor as a set. The CreaClip has bristles to avoid any knots as you slide it down, and on one end has a clip to secure the hair. Place your hair in the middle, clip it, and slide it down. I like that it holds the hair tightly, and notice the level. The level serves as a guidance to make sure the CreaClip is straight. You can also turn the level for side bangs, so it’s multi use. I compared the CreaClip scissors with my Tweezerman Stainless hair scissors (similar) and it’s actually good quality. It gave me a clean cut, and it’s a scissor I would use again. Only downside I see to the CreaClip is that if you’re cutting behind the level for side bangs, it can get on the way and can be a little bit tricky to cut.
To finish my side bangs I use my thinning scissors with teeth (similar) which is for shinning to clean the ends.
Now my side bangs are ready, and I like how quick I can style them for an easy and get ready fast daily routine.
Have you cut your own bangs before? I would love to know if you have used the CreaClip yet. Let me know in the comments!
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