I've been pondering about cutting my fringe for a while now.
I usually cut it in Winter only since I wouldn't bear it on my forehead during the hot, Summer months. Last time I cut it was nearly 3 years ago. Previously the hairdresser used to cut it for me, but since I'm a full time student now and money is tight, I thought about cutting it myself at home.
I bought a pair of cute, pink scissors from Ebay [I got them from here]. I've also watched countless of You Tube videos on how to do this before taking the plunge.
This is the result:
and this is how I did it....
You should start with clean, straight, dry hair
Using a rat tail comb, find the middle of your head (or less, depending on how far back you want your fringe to start from)
Using the comb, draw one line from the centre of your head (or the point) to the end of your eyebrows. Do the same with the other side.
You should end up with a triangle like this one.
Tie the rest of your hair back.
Comb through your hair. Then grab it between your index and middle finger (I grabbed it with my right since I'm right handed - if you're left handed, grab it with your left)
Twist your hair to the right, then grab it with your left hand...
You should end up with something like this. Notice how the hair is now overlapping. By doing this, your fringe will be shorter in the centre and longer on the sides ^.^
Cut just beneath your fingers. I rested my hand on the middle of my nose, and cut there. It's better if you cut a little at a time!
Yeyy, mission accomplished :)
|my cute pink lace scissors ^.^|
What do you think? Would you be willing to try it yourselves?