How to Cut a Layered Hair Cut
With the rising price of gas, many people are looking for ways to save money. For some people, this may be cutting their own hair at home. If you are not a hairstylist, the idea of cutting your own hair, or someone else's hair, may seem scary. Although cutting a straight hair cut may seem somewhat feasible, the idea of cutting a layered hair cut may seem incredibly difficult. Luckily, it doesn't need to be.
Step By Step Guide on Cutting a Layered Haircut
1. Be sure to use a sharp pair of scissors.
2. Comb the hair out. Generally, a fine toothed comb works best.
3. Don't use hairspray or any other hairstyling product when you begin cutting.
4. It is a good idea to avoid putting a towel on your neck. This will make cutting your own hair a lot more difficult to do.
5. If there are any pre-existing layers, be sure to follow them.
6. Begin a layered hair cut by cutting the bottommost layer of hair.
7. When you work your way up, determine how far apart the layers should be. Generally, somewhere between three to six inches works the best. For longer hairstyles, you may even want to go with nine inches between the bottom layer and the top layer.
8. Consider doing your layered hair cut with your hair flipped over your head while you are bent over. Some people find this easier.
9. Only cut your own hair in front of a mirror if you want the best results.
10. Don't forget about your other options. Many people with layered hair cuts find that their hair looks the best with dyes, highlights and/or lowlights.
|Posted by Nerissa||4-Feb-2008|
|if i am a beginner i want to know how to cut layers one peoples hair.|