Taking Care Of Damaged Ends

July 11th, 2012

When you are looking in the mirror and you see uneven ends on your head of hair, what are some thoughts that go through your head? You may begin to freak out and look for a hairdresser to help you out. This is the perfect way to react when you find split ends. If you don’t get rid of them before too long, they will only get worse so the best solution is to call a professional and get these messed up ends taken care of.

I have been told this is the best solution for a full head of hair but what if you have a few little split ends in your bangs? Trimming your bangs is an easy process because it’s not much hair that you have to deal with and you don’t have to worry about your hair getting damaged and cut wrong. The pieces of hair in your bangs can either become too long and get in your way or the bangs can get too bulky and hard to deal with. There is a process that will help you with these problems.

I learned this method from my hairdresser so that I can save time and money. When my bangs get in my way and become a problem when I style them, I decide to grab my hair scissors and touch them up myself. If you’re careful and do this with precaution, you won’t have any problems fixing up the bangs on your head. We like to do things quick and get them over with but with hair you have to be so careful so you don’t mess up your look. Start by selecting the section of bangs you need to fix. Twist them from the root of your hair all the way to the tip of your bangs and grab your shears. Once you have your bangs gathered in a nice twist, you’ll need to start snipping the ends of them but don’t do any sort of technique. Although you might think you know what you’re doing, you really don’t and must be careful. All you need to do is trim the end of your bangs with one small snip or two. And do not trim off more than about a half-inch or you won’t get the results you’re looking for.

You’ll want to repeat this process every time your bangs get out of hand. Again, I would only recommend that you perform this task on your bangs and not any other part of your hair because it doesn’t quite work the same on a full head of hair- you’ll need your stylist’s help for that. As long as you are very careful and precise with your measurements of how much you trim, you should be able to get rid of bulk or problem areas in your bangs with no trouble.

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