Can I trim my own shoulder length hair?
If you want to cut your lob, bob, or shoulder-length hair, this method involves bringing hair to the front and securing with small elastics before trimming off ends. Clean up any choppy ends with small, precise cuts for best results.
Is it possible to cut your own hair straight?
Cutting hair straight is simple, but there are a few bad habits that can create gradations and prevent that neat, blunt, straight-across cut. Remember, you can always cut more if you want it shorter, but if you cut too much you can’t add hair back!
Should I cut my hair wet or dry at home?
It’s best to cut your hair when it’s dry, suggests Jamie Stevens, hairdresser and owner of Jamie Stevens Hair. ‘Wet hair will change shape and also become shorter when it dries,’ he explains.
Do you cut above or below the hair tie?
The second hair tie should be tied at the bottom of your ponytail. Place it above the section you wish to cut. Gently pull the ponytail above your head. Then start snipping off the excess hair (below the second ponytail).
Should you cut your hair with a middle part?
Note: Cutting hair while it’s parted in the middle gives you the most flexibility for styling, but you can cut it at your regular part if you know you’ll always wear it that way.
Should long hair have layers?
Long hair needs some long layers to keep it looking fresh. When you wear your hair very long and all one length, it only ages you. This is especially true if you tend to have a long face to begin with. There is no movement to distract from the face’s length.” Go for a soft, shorter cut to offset a long face.
Should straight hair be layered?
Straight hair is versatile and layers can add lift and movement. Layering on shorter straight hair will require styling with either a flat iron, curling iron or blow dryer with a round brush. The beauty of having wavy hair is that it can pretty much be worn in any style.