Marjan recommends pulling the hair straight upward with your fingers because it's the easiest way to make sure the length is even overall. Then, place your scissors parallel to the hair peeking through your fingers and snip hairs vertically rather than straight across.
Is it ever a good idea to cut your own hair?
Aside from being left with a bad haircut, a do-it-yourself approach can lead to a mane that's more messed up than you might have thought possible. Sure, you could be left with a lopsided cut, but—even worse—one slip of the hand, and you may be missing a chunk of hair where you didn't plan for it to go missing.
How do you trim the back of your hair?
And then if you need to get any of the hairs. Right down here towards the back of your neckline. Just turn the clippers upside down and push everything all the way down to get all the hairs.
How do you cut layered hair yourself?
And do the same thing. And cut where that guide is we're also going to angle our fingers. So we are working that hair into the length.
Is there a tool for cutting your own hair?
The Original CreaClip is designed to make home hair cuts fast and easy. Anyone, regardless of hair type, hair length, and experience can use it. Comb out any knots and tangles and clip the CreaClip on the hair.
Is it better to cut your own hair wet or dry?
Standing in the shower with a mirror is best - just avoid all carpets! Don't cut your hair when it's wet - when it dries it will bounce up which means you'll end up with it shorter than you wanted. Cut it dry instead.