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How to Trim Your Own Bangs By Howcast

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How to Trim Your Own Bangs By Howcast

Postby Mutita » Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:08 pm

Save time and money by learning how to trim your own bangs.

To complete this How-To you will need:

A fine-tooth comb
Elastic bands, pins, or clips
Hair-cutting scissors
A steady hand

Step 1: Style your bangs

Style your bangs the way you usually do, making sure to apply any styling products you frequently use.

Tip: Make sure your hair is completely dry. If you cut your bangs when they're wet, they'll dry to a shorter length than you wanted.

Step 2: Section off hair

Section off the hair you do not want to cut by putting it in a ponytail, pinning or clipping it away, or tucking it behind your ears.

Step 3: Comb bangs

Comb your bangs down. Then, holding the scissors vertically, start making little snips using just the points of the scissors. Err on the side of caution: You can always cut more hair, but you can't reattach what you've cut!

Tip: Don't try to cut your bangs across in a straight line. It's very difficult to do, so they'll likely end up uneven.

Step 4: Hold down your bangs

If you need more control, hold your bangs down with one hand as you snip. Just keep in mind that the bangs will spring up a bit when you release your hand, so leave them slightly longer than your desired length.

Step 5: Comb hair again

When you're done, comb the bangs once more to shake loose any cut hairs.

Step 6: Show off

Show off your handiwork!

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