I decided one day that I was going to have to learn how to cut bangs. It takes about 30 minutes for me to drive to the salon and it takes the stylist 1 minute to actually do the cutting. It also costs $5 each time I need my bangs cut which is generally once every one or two weeks when I would make the trek to the salon. I had a dilemma, I didn’t want to take the time to go to the salon any more and I didn’t want to pay the $5.
So, I called my neighbor, Dana, who is a professional hair stylist and she came to my rescue and taught me how to cut my bangs myself. It was really easy! I wish I would have known sooner!
I used this hair cutting kit from Conair but in a pinch you could use sewing scissors or even kitchen shears (as long as they are very sharp). My husband uses the rest of our Conair Kit to cut our 5 year old son’s hair. I think we’ve had it over 4 years now, so I think it’s worth the $15 we paid for it!
After you cut your bangs, you will need to round brush them (a wooden brush with natural fiber bristles is best). I covet this one from amazon.com, but I used one from Sally’s Beauty Supply that was 1 1/2 inches (the size of the wooden part, not the bristles). Also, another hair tip I have is that I have the most amazing hairdryer. My husband thinks I worship it and he’s probably right! I take it on every vacation because I can’t stand using regular hair dryers anymore after having this for many years. It’s hotter, quieter, faster (I can blow dry my thick hair in 3 minutes), and doesn’t blow as obnoxiously as other hair dryers. As you can see in the video, it helped me to blow dry my bangs quickly and effectively.
If you have any questions, please post a comment!