How to cut your own bangs

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If it weren’t for bangs, a good haircut could last many of us for months. When bangs are the only reason you’re considering going back for a cut, you might want to try trimming them yourself. After all, you can see what you’re doing – it’s not as if you’re trying to do fancy layers along the back of your skull.

Scissors next to bangs

Chic-Critique shares an interesting method for making the cut look a bit layered rather than blunt, so it doesn’t have to be perfectly even to look good. Check out her before and after photographs – it does work!

Be careful about making sure you’ve only got hold of your bangs when you try this. It’s sometimes hard to tell the bangs layer from other layers. There’s a method to finding them.

This is a great money and time saver!