A trip to the salon just for a cut may be an unnecessary way to spend your money. The good thing is, I have found the perfect steps on how you can cut your bangs yourself! With the right equipment, cutting your bangs should take no longer than ten minutes. The key is, DO NOT RUSH IT! Wait until a time when you have a moment to be careful, and spend quality time with that beautiful head of hair you have!
By the way, this is the same method I have used on myself countless times in the past. To make sure you know you are not reading advice from some random person, read a bit more about me and my experience, click here or on my picture. Also, you can read THOUSANDS of positive reviews from my customers by clicking my testimonials page, I can help you!
Here is what you will need:
- Good quality sharp scissors
- Styling comb
- Single-blade razor
- Styling gel
Try cutting your hair when your bangs are wet to help ensure a straight cut. . Wet hair may result in an even shorter cut as your hair will dry and “shrink.”
To begin, take a comb and section off the hair that you don’t want to cut. Make sure the bangs are the only hair left alone.
Now, divide the bangs in half using your comb. Take one section and comb it down until the comb is resting on your brow bone or to the point where you want it to lay on your face.
If you have shorter bangs, try cutting it on a 45-degree angle. You must be careful to not cut your hair in a straight line. Only professionals can cut hair in a straight line. Once you have finished, repeat the steps on the other side.
Can we Take a moment to talk about why we are cutting our bangs? Sometimes its because they are too long of course, but sometimes we cut them because of split ends. I use Moroccan Agadir oil in my hair after I get out of the shower every morning, it literally cuts my split ends down by 50%, its only $40, and it REALLY WORKS, Click here or on the picture to learn more about it.
To those with shaggy bangs, use a single-blade razor to cut your hair. To razor cut your bangs, all you need to do is comb the hair taut with your index and middle finger. Slide your fingers down to the very end of the hair and cut the hair right above your fingers. Just be careful not to cut yourself.
Layered bangs can be a good idea for those with very dense bangs. To do this, take a part of your bangs and pull it straight upwards with your index and middle finger, which will allow some hair to fall loose. Take your fingers and lower it down an inch or so to point cut or razor cut it.
With these simple tips, you should be able to cut your bangs easier. This has saved me a lot of time and money!
From so many requests, I have developed a special page on my shopping cart site skincarebyalana.com with a special page set aside to treat split ends, click here to see it.
I have another article that might help you even more titled: The Hottest Haircare for Summer Heat, click here to read it. Hope this helps, click here to call or email me with questions!