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DIY Layered Haircut


Sometimes I get bored of my current hairstyle and simply do a change in it by myself. Be it to cut my bangs short or to change my hairline. I’ve also had a moment long ago when I cut the back of my hair, leaving only the bangs with the same length.

Yeah, weird times.

From personal experiments, I can say that cutting your own hair might sound like a challenge, but in fact it may not be as hard as you think. If you do not, however, trust your own skills, I would advise you to go to your hairdresser. Or else, you might end up walking around with a hat on your head 24/7 until your hair grows long again.

However, if you have a good reason on not wanting to visit the salon, you can try out proposition!

You will need a pair of scissors – if you can get a hold of special hairdresser scissors it would be even better -, a hair brush and hair bands. Brush your hair well and neatly. Afterwards tie your hair into a front ponytail. Tie the tip of your ponytail with another hair band. Next step is to cut a small section of the ends. Be careful and patient – you cannot pass the baby steps while doing this or else you might mess up.

This is probably your first time anyway, so don’t be too brave. As I said, you might end up with something you did not sign up for!

This is actually a great way to refreshen your hair and get rid of some split ends. Of course, you need to visit a professional salon once in a while in order to see your hair in its best shape. But, again, be brave, I believe in you!

After you complete your haircut I advise you to go in the shower and gift your fabulous hair with a nice hair mask so it can soften and you will give it even more life!




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