How to Cut Your Own Bangs
With the trend of hair crossing the forehead in blunt, wispy, long, sideways and every other style of bangs, women may be tempted to forego a trip to the stylist in between cuts simply to get those wayward strands snipped. If you feel like you might be able to tackle your bangs at home, then there are a few ways to do it. First, you need a pair of haircutting shears. Not the household scissors, not manicure scissors or any other kind - invest in a good, sharp pair of shears. Other tools you'll need include a comb and clips to keep sections of hair out of the way as you work. If your hair tends to be flyaway or frizzy, you might want to keep a spray bottle filled with water nearby to keep hair uniform. Other than a couple of sprays to control stray hairs, you shouldn't wet your hair to clip bangs - when it dries, freshly cut hair can look half an inch shorter, making for a very long and awkward growing-out period.