How to Trim Your Own Bangs
Have your bangs become a bit of a burden? You’re not alone. This style requires a lot of mane-maintenance. If they’re growing out at an alarming rate, we suggest learning how to snip them yourself. Celebrity hairstylist Angelo David of Angelo David Salon in New York City shares a few simple foolproof tips on keeping your fringe looking fabulous at all times.
- Step 1: Starting with dry hair, section off a triangular section in the front, starting an inch or two from the crown of the head.
- Step 2: Using a fine-toothed comb, evenly gather hair in the front, letting it fall on the temples.
- Step 3: To create a blunt bang, hold hair taut with your fingers and slowly cut horizontally across, cutting a quarter inch at a time. (Make sure your scissors are sharp to make this process seamless and concise.) To create a wispy, textured look, twist the hair you’ve sectioned off a few times and hold it taut between your fingers. From there, begin cutting the ends at a 45-degree angle.
- Step 4: Don’t cut too much at once, and stop to check your work in the mirror regularly. You can always do additional trimming, if needed.
Do you trim your own bangs? Share your pointers below!