More Bang For Your Buck
Goody start style Finish Comb it out Comb, You’ve got somewhere to be but your fringe is in serious need of a trim. What’s a girl to do? Take matters into her own hands—literally. It may sound risky, but even celebs like Beyoncé and Kate Moss have admitted to cutting their own hair. When Moss appeared at the Topshop Collection launch she told reporters, “I got bored one night and cut it—with kitchen scissors.” We’re not saying you should cut yourself some new bangs, but a quick clean up is totally doable. lourd Ramos of Creations by lourd Ramos salon shows us how. 1 When trimming dry bangs you see the effects right away, but wet hair is more manageable to cut. If bangs are wet, keep in mind they will lie higher on your forehead once dry. 2 Run a fine-tooth comb through your fringe so the hair lays flat against your face. As you comb downward, stop where you want your bangs to end on your forehead. 3 Holding a pair of small, sharp scissors (preferably hair shears) vertically, take tiny snips from the hair below the comb, creating jagged lines for a softer effect. 4 Never cut bangs from left to right! This will make them uneven. Instead, start trimming at the middle of the bangs, moving toward the outer edges, one side at a time.