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Cathy Martin




03 Jan 1990

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caths asked:

02 Oct 2010

how to get this hairstyle please

my hair is quite long .nearly up to my waist.straight with no layers or bangs.I really want to try and cut it myself if possible. .




gosupermodel_is_back says:

Posted on 03 Oct 2010

If you want a fringe, aka side bangs, part your hair where you want it and cut it to the desired length and cut at an angle.(Note: Do not pull your bangs down with your fingers; they will end up shorter than you planned!)

Cut vertically into your hair for a less 'home-spun' look, unless you want it to be blunt-cut.

If you want the "tsunami style" cut it as long as you want it to be, but not too long, as it may not stay, and tease it like crazy, with lots of hairspray!

To get the "porcupine" cut in the back, you'll want to set up a double mirror thing so you can see the back of your hair and possibly the side too.

Then you see how long you want it, and cut it to that length.

To make sure its all the same length, pull it with your fingers, and check it, and cut again if it isn't.

To layer it, kind of pull it out to the side, and cut at an angle (like 45 degrees) make sure to cut it a little longer than you want it, because, like the bangs it wont be that long once you let it go


Don't tug on your hair.

Don't cut your fringe when wet, or it'll be shorter when it's dried.

Make sure that your scissors are sharp, or they may pull your hair and it will hurt.

Don't worry if you screw up the first time, hair grows back.

Be mindful that when cutting your hair when wet, cut it a little longer than the desired length because when it dries, it'll be shorter than you anticipated.

If you're going for the "razored edge", try using an exacto knife.

The exacto knife also works well for thinning your hair.

Sharp scissors


Trash can, for the hair you cut off

Towel, if you want to tie it around your shoulders so you don't get hair on your clothes

A razor(optional) hair razor works best, but the regular type works as well


caths says:

Posted on 06 Oct 2010

thank you so much :D

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