It’s 2016 and I’m too hype about bringing in the new year right and that especially goes for my hair!! Neither you or I can not bring old straggly ends into the new year. Yes, I had to say it straggly ends, you know the ones where you try to keep but we both know they have to go. If you don’t know the signs that you’re in need of a trim, check it out here. Trimming helps your hair look and be healthy. Even though keeping your ends might keep the length it still will not keep your hair healthy. Of course, it can be easy to go to a stylist but, either I do not want to pay, worried how much they’ll cut or simply want to trim my hair myself. I try to be queen D.I.Y naturalista if I can at all times. I did my own D.I.Y trim a week ago and I’m loving it my twists look so much better and the detangling process is not a pain in the butt like it was before. Trimming helps your style look ten times better than when keeping straggly ends. When trimming, try to think of the styles that you wear the most to see which technique works best for you. For example, if you mainly wear twists or twist outs then the D.I.Y two strand twist trim would work best. If you wear wash n go’s then either natural state might work best. The best way to get your style looking right is to have a fresh trim but at times even thinking about putting scissors to your hair can be scary. Well low and behold I wanted to show you the best way to trim your hair at home so you finish reading this with confidence. There are three different ways that you can cut your hair at home dry stretched hair, twists and your hair’s natural state.
- Dry Stretched Hair
Journey to WaistLength is trimming her hair while it is dry. She would begin to comb the ends out then begin to cut.
You start your hair already in twists then begin to trim the straggle ends or half an inch as she recommends
- Natural State
Eugeina shows how you can cut your hair in its natural state by taking your hiar in small sections. Cutting your hiar in between your naturally clumped curls for a clean cut look
What is your favorite way to do D.I.Y trim?