Cutting your own hair involves only cutting areas that can be reached easily and holding the scissors in a vertical position. Cut your own hair with tips from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.
Hi I'm Amelia and I'm going to show you some techniques in cutting your own hair. I don't recommend doing the entire cut because you are not going to be able to get it completely even but you can trim your bangs and you can take some of the dead ends off yourself. When trimming your bangs you want to make sure that the hair is mostly dry. This hair is mostly dry and take your comb and always use your comb not your hands because your hands are going to put a lot of tension on the hair, the comb will not and you want to bring your bangs in front of you and always hold the scissors in a vertical position. You just use the comb and just point cut. Now on the sides of your hair you are going to want to do this of course in a mirror and just bring everything forward and where you see those yucky ends and you can spot them because they don't look uniform they look very ragged like they've been chewed on and you just again use just the tips the first quarter inch to half inch of the scissors and you just lightly take off just a bit. If you want to take some off the top again in a mirror you just pull everything off and any yucky bits like that you are going to hold the hair like this and take the scissors like that and just take the yucky bits off. I don't recommend doing anything more because your hair will end up uneven so for anything more than that go to your hair dress but for just taking off a few tricky ends that are yucky and giving you a hard time no problem and those are some techniques when cutting your own hair.