I've trimmed the layers around my face and i've cut my bangs a thousand times. i've never actually really cut length off. i was going to a few months ago but my hair is a little too short to really get a good chunk to hold onto and cut it evenly. lol last year i did try to cut some layers using this method makeupbydeendal.files.wordpress.com/.../haircut.jpg it didn't make a huge difference.
Sure. I've cut, styled and colored my hair plenty of times. I used to go to the salon, but I'd rather use my money on other things. So I learned how to put layers in myself, I've cut it short, too. It looked good and people asked where I got it done.
I did it on my sister - she looked amazing! But it wasn't completely straight - kind of choppy but still looked awesome. I haven't cut my own hair because I'm not sure how that would look. Or how I would even go about it. Hahaha
I have cut my own hair a few times, when it was longer and I just wanted a trim. I cut it once when it was short and it looked absolutely horrible and I will never do it again. I go to a pro now. I don't mind spending the $20 every 6-8 weeks for a cut. I don't go to expensive salons. I do not see the point in spending that much on a haircut, but $20 is no big deal.
I barely go to a pro to cut my hair.. Only in occasions, my mom does it for me most of the time 😄 I still didn't cut it myself though as I'm afraid to turn myself into a clown 😆 for now I will stay on the safe side lol 😁
Aye. I shave it myself. Thank Christ I don't have to go through all that 'hair dressing' rigmarole! I don't think my mother, or in fact, any woman I have ever known, has ever been to one, and come back happy, despite having just parted with £50+.
I think it's probably 2 years or so that I last went to a professional hair cut. It usually takes less time for me to do it myself with a hair clipper, trimmer and a back view mirror and looks more or less like a pro cut (my friends were never able to distinguish). There are so many you tube videos which show how. It could be tricky first few times (especially at the back), but, then on, it's just easy.