By cutting long layers, your hair will keep its length -- plus, you will have a nice V-shaped angle in the back, while the hair will frame your face in the front. It's always best to go to a professional ... but sometimes, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. This technique is what works for me, and I get tons of compliments on it.
I hope it works for you, too! And hope you enjoy the video...Cutting Long Layers, Step by Step
- Brush wet hair forward making sure it's smoothly brushed to the front
- Grab the hair
- Hold the hair tightly at the end
- Cut straight across
- Fix any uneven strands
- Flip hair back and brush