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Megan Coleman

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Hi, my names Megan.
I'm 14 almost 15.
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omfg_megan asked:

19 Feb 2010

another hair question..haha

what are some good tecniques for cutting really really choppy layers into hair? or what are some different ways to do it?



im not doing it to myself yet, just on dolls and stuffed animals, so dont worry haha thankyou:]

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Feb 2010

i like taking the whole length and cutting upward into the ends. just to texturize the length. when i do this to my hair i usually cut off a few inches because i'm also trying to maintain my length where it is. i usually cut it when it starts to go below my boobs lol.



i usually do only three sections that one at the bottom. then i take a section around my head from ear to ear and in inch or two inch sections all the way around i comb the hair straight down in those sections and cut upward again all the way around to make that second choppy texturized layer



then the third layer i take all the hair from the crown of my head and do the same things.



each of those layers were about an inch or so shorter than the one before it



and it leaves a nice texturized layered look



but only doing three leaves my hair thicker and it's called long layers since it really only shows up at the last few inches

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Feb 2010

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barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Feb 2010

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hanlou says:

Posted on 19 Feb 2010

The best way to go it is section of the front of your hair ear to ear then concentrate on the back.

Section the back off from the optical bone ( the bone that sticks out the back of your head)

Now lift all of that hair up and forward make sure its tight and straight then cut of the amount you want in a diagonal direction.

Now leave this and take the front on one side (but leave some hair down) all upward taking abit that you have already cut at the back as a guide and cut it the same length.

Then copy on the other side.



Failing this.



The best thing to do is buy a hairdressing training book.

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