How to Cut Your Own Hair at Home When You Can’t Go to a Salon — Expert Tips

On top of treating your hair to masks and serums, heat-styling and coloring your hair less often can significantly lengthen the time between haircuts, says Arrunategui. He adds that if a cut isn’t an absolute necessity for you, it wouldn’t be the worst idea in the world to simply embrace the grown-out look. “Most of the haircuts I create with the grow-out in mind,” he explains.If you’re going to cut, have the right tools on hand.It might be your instinct to reach for the nearest pair of kitchen scissors just lying around your home’s junk drawer, but cutting your own hair at home with those could end in disaster, according to Marjan. “Don’t use kitchen scissors,” she says. “They aren’t sharp enough and can push the hair as they cut, resulting in crooked lines that are hard to fix.Hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons agrees: “Low-quality scissors can leave your ends looking sloppy and frayed — no one wants that.” He advises buying a pair of hair-cutting shears rather than using any of the…

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