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How To Cut Hair - Bangs and End Trim

It seems so simple – just cut a straight line on straight hair. Right?
No. Cutting your little girl’s hair can be quite a challenge.
Looking closely, you may notice that child’s head is not made up of straight lines. All of the areas are curved. Cutting straight lines in her hair will look un-natural and usually appear uneven.
This model has straight, fine hair.
Trimming bangs: You may call this section the fringe.
Comb all of the long hair – the hair that you do not want to cut – back and clip it out of the way. We do this to avoid cutting hair that is not meant to be part of the bangs. Cutting a few long hairs, by accident, each time you trim bangs, can eventually result in more bangs than you want.

The result is natural looking bangs with a soft, not blunt, edge.

The end trim.

Nervous? Start your haircutting career by trimming a small amount at first. It is safer than attempting a major style change. Save that until you are an experienced “pro.”

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