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- October 20, 2020
Q I‘m desperate to cut my fringe. I know it could end in disaster, but are there any fail-safe tips to ensure I get a half-decent result?
A Desperate times call for desperate measures. Every hairstylist‘s first instinct is to tell you to hold out as there is indeed major scope for disaster.
However, there are ways to do a simple trim if your fringe is not too high-fashion or super-sharp, and some top stylists have kindly shared their how-to‘s online.
I really like Davina McCall‘s stylist Michael Douglas‘s simplified, no-nonsense demo on his Instagram: go to his IGTV videos on instagram/mdlondon.
For something slightly more advanced (if you really must), try instagram/jenatkinhair: click on the IGTV icon to watch the Kardashian cutter show you how to trim ‘bangs‘ and even layers, complete with advice on how to section your hair.
Whatever you do (unless you just don‘t care), don‘t attempt a brand-new fringe by yourself.
And stay away from the kitchen scissors: you need extremely sharp, slim, pointy ones.
The best thing is to invest in some proper hair scissors, which start from about £60 at sallybeauty.
A fine-tooth comb such as Denman Pin Tail Comb, £3.49 (superdrug) is important, too. Good luck!
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