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DIY bang cuts

Post by Beauty Snob Michelle

I have bangs. They usually waver between actual eyebrow length and long side swept bangs depending on if I have time to get a haircut that month. Right now they are long and chunky and across my face sort of like Anne Hathaway’s in The Devil Wears Prada. I’m telling you all this so you can understand that my bangs are a constant struggle and as much as I love my hairdresser (Hi Michael!) I don’t always get to take as much advantage of the free bang cuts as I’d like. They grow like weeds and there was one experiment with my kitchen scissors and a badly lit mirror that I can’t even talk about! So anyway, I went out and brought myself some proper haircutting scissors. Now I want to make it clear that I don’t advocate cutting your own hair unless you’ve been properly trained to, but sometimes time gets crunched and you have no choice. I got these Tweezerman scissors and they definitely work better then the ones I keep in my kitchen junk drawer. I get my hair cut ever six weeks but my bangs need a trim about every two weeks. These come in really handy and give a nice smooth cut. $25 at Sephora,com Tweezerman Hair Shears



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