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trickednight13 asked:

05 Feb 2009

how do i cut my hair with a razor?

i went to a salon, and they just didn't get it fact i don't think they did it at all... -.- therefore, how can i do it myself with a razor? i'm willing to try. i'm trying to make layers all over. halp =[



x_elena says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

, dont do your own hair if your not that good with sissors.. ,.. but then again, if you choose to go your way here are a load of tips on what to doo.

if you want to do this style iin the picture, follow the instructions i am going to putt.


x_elena says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

For your full head of hair (not your bangs),

Take about an inch and a half wide piece of your hair (I usually start from the front and work my way to the back) and find where you want your layers to start. At that point, take a razor (I use an actually leg-shaving razor, but you might have the professional haircutting one) and put your forefinger behind the top of it (not on the sharp part with the actual razors, but the backing of it). Place the sharp part of the razor on the 1 1/2 inch wide piece of hair, where you want your layers to start. Place your thumb on the other side of your hair (so if the razor is about three inches from your scalp, put your thumb three inches from your scalp, but on the other side). So your thumb is basically pressed against the razor sharpness but is covered by hair, so you don't get nicked. REMEMBER, don't put too much pressure, or you may actually cut yourself.

Next, begin to slowly drag the razor with your fingers down the hair piece. That will give you very nice, choppy layers. If you want choppy layers only on the top, with longer hair and layers on the bottom, then stop about half an inch above your shoulders. This will make your hair full and choppy at the top, and thinner at the bottom. BE CAREFUL if you have thin hair; you may accidentally cut a complete chunk off the bottom! If you do have very fine hair, then try to apply a very light pressure on the razor, so you don't end up with a nice long chunk on the bathroom floor!

After you finish with that peice, repeat on another 1 1/2 inch wide peice right next to the first one. Continue repeating until you reach the back of the head, where it may get tricky. As long as your careful, you most likely won't mess up. If you feel much too scared to do the back yourself, call a friend or someone in the house, tell them your technique, and get them to do the back. I do the back of my hair myself, but that's because I also do my friends' hair, so I know what the back looks like in third person. Next, go to the other side of your head, and repeat the whole process until you reach the back.

For your bangs,

First things first, find the part you want your bangs to start at. Personally, I have a deep set one, but its all your preference. At that specific part, take all the hair and push it to one side. Your side part preference is entirely up to you. Anyways, if you have thick hair and want thinner bangs, just comb the hair in the front of your scalp (like where your hairline ends) to the front and find your desired length. When you pick your preferred length, hold your forefinger and middle finger about half an inch above it. Take scissors (small ones, preferably) and begin to make upward snipes, moving your scissors more downwards as you go along your bangs, making them longer on the opposite side of your part. If you have thin hair and want thicker bangs, then do the exact same thing except, in the beginning, comb hair from the MIDDLE of your scalp towards your face. I personally have thin hair, so this works for me.

all this information is frrom from my own hairstylists razor cut book.

hope i hellped



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