How To Cut Your Own Fringe
Hair stylist Nic Davis shows you how to save money and trim your own fringe at home.
Step 1: Before you start
Make sure you have a decent comb, scissors, and a mirror. Always cut the hair when dry as it will spring up. Work with the hairline rather than against it.
Step 2: Fringe size
Work within the temple area. Don't go too far deep, otherwise the fringe will come across the side of your head.
Step 3: Cutting techniques
Use your comb to support the hair away from your eyes. Don't pull at the hair and work in manageable chunks, cutting across the fringe using the point of the scissors.
Step 4: Softening
Use a 'deep pointing' technique to soften the look, or if you have thick hair. Hold the hair and scissors vertical, and make deeper cuts into the fringe, removing only a couple of hairs with each snip.