Video: ❶ How To Cut Bangs
You don't have to go to the hairdresser to cut your bangs. Doing it yourself is much easier than it seems at first glance. Just arm yourself with a comb, good scissors and give it a try. Location: Location: Trim bangs over clean, dry hair. This will help you avoid mistakes. When trimming wet hair, it can be difficult to predict how much bangs will lift when dry. Good lighting is very important. You can't make the line straight if you can't see what you are doing. Better to use real hairdressing scissors. As a rule, they come in a comfortable length, with sharp points, and light in weight. Make sure the scissors are sharp, as dull blades can create an uneven, rough cut line. Open the scissors before cutting.lubricate the screw and housing (non-sharpened blade ends) with regular machine oil. The scissors will not jam, and the bangs will be perfectly straight.
So, part in the usual place (as you always wear), comb the bangs down and mark the cut line with a comb. Place one blade of a pair of scissors on your forehead above the comb with the back. When cutting, this blade will slide along the surface of the forehead, while the other will directly trim the hair at this time. Don't try to cut off a lot at once. Remember that you can't put your hair back on afterwards. It is easier to cut off little by little a few times. If you feel like you can't get your bangs straight, use a comb as a guide.
First, cut off the central part - at the bridge of the nose. Focusing on this first section will make it easier to trim your bangs at the sides. Start from the edge of the first cut, carefully and slowly cut to the intended edge of the bangs towards the temple. Repeat the operation on the other side of the forehead. Comb through your bangs and trim off any remaining hairs. Moisturize your hair a little and then blow dry with a hair dryer and a circular brush so that the ends curl down slightly. The bangs will look soft and natural.