As women, we always find ourselves frequently attending appointments to thread our eyebrows, touch up our manicures and even waxing. Of course, this also applies to visiting our most—trusted hairstylist to fix unshapely layers, trim overgrown bangs and cut away split ends. But what happens when you simply don’t have access to a professional hairstylist anymore?
At times like this when we’re practicing social distancing and staying at home, cutting our own hair seems like the only solution we have. However, there are many things to take note of before you turn into a self-proclaimed professional hairstylist and start snipping your hair.
Cutting your own hair is not as easy as you imagine it to be and that’s why we recommend you to hold off that thought until you can visit a professional. But if you desperately need to take matters in your own hands, here are a few handy guides to help you cut your hair right.