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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #25 on: 10 Jul 13 / 02:56 PM »
After finding this tutorial I thought I'd give it a try really happy with how it turned out only took about 2 inches off but my hair feels much nicer now!!!
 

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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #26 on: 04 Feb 14 / 12:23 AM »
I did mine with this method last night,really impressed.Saved me a trip to hairdressers and much needed cash. I cut about 2" off in two goes. Managed to cut off a lot of the old scraggy split ends and has more of a style,thanks heres pic :)


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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #27 on: 04 Feb 14 / 10:14 AM »
wow that came out lovely!  looks great
 

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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #28 on: 04 Feb 14 / 10:16 AM »
Looks great! I'm doing this today, my ends are terrible!
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #29 on: 04 Feb 14 / 11:17 AM »
Thanks, im really pleased with results. Going to use this method to trim everyfew weeks get rid of over bleached crappy ends :)
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #30 on: 04 Feb 14 / 01:52 PM »
Wow, that came out perfectly, xMoonfairyx!
 

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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #31 on: 06 Feb 14 / 10:09 PM »
Great job @xMoonfairyx ! I love doing this technique forcutting my own hair except I don't actually put it in a ponytail, I take a small round section at the crown , cut it, then pull up one small ringed section at a time and cut it to the same point, or graduate them each by a tiny bit if the length is longer at the bottom
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #32 on: 03 May 14 / 05:38 PM »
I love the color! Not too yellow not too ashy. The haircut is awesome! Love it!
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #33 on: 04 May 14 / 11:02 AM »
I love this method, used it again the other day
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #34 on: 18 May 14 / 09:06 PM »
I have used this technique a few times now. Well it's very similar, I just put the ponytail right at the front of my hair line like in this video:

It works very well and I prefer the way it comes out compared to pulling the hair round to the front and cutting hair is down, not tied up). I've tried that tecnique once not sure if I would do it again because I wasn't too keen on the V it created

I have just ordered a Creaclip, at first I didn't think I was going to be able to get one in the UK but they have a UK warehouse apparently so shouldn't need to wait too long for it. If it's no good I'll go back to cutting it in the high ponytail
 

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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #35 on: 10 May 15 / 01:51 PM »
I tried this today, because my hair had a lot of bleh ends and I didn't fancy going to the hairdresser. I really like how it turned out. I'm so glad I found this topic!
 

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« Reply #36 on: 10 May 15 / 02:19 PM »
I'm glad it worked out well :) I'm jealous of people who can cut their own hair, I can never trust myself not to make a godawful mess.
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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #37 on: 10 May 15 / 02:42 PM »
Haha, well, I was dead scared it would look like a mess too. But I really, really, didn't like the way it looked anymore. And due to personal issues I'm having trouble leaving the house. This looked easy enough, and it was. I just cut small bits at a time.

I didn't have proper hair scissors though, so I used one of the scissors I have in my crocheting stuff. They are very sharp and not that big as to not slip and take a chunk out where I didn't want it to. :P
 

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« Reply #38 on: 10 May 15 / 02:58 PM »

Haha, well, I was dead scared it would look like a mess too. But I really, really, didn't like the way it looked anymore. And due to personal issues I'm having trouble leaving the house. This looked easy enough, and it was. I just cut small bits at a time.

I didn't have proper hair scissors though, so I used one of the scissors I have in my crocheting stuff. They are very sharp and not that big as to not slip and take a chunk out where I didn't want it to. :P

Well they certainly did the job well!

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Re: How i cut my hair :)
« Reply #39 on: 16 Oct 15 / 08:58 PM »
It looks so good! Mine's not long enough to make a high ponytail yet (still growing out the layered bob from hell, 6 months later!) but once it gets long this will be my go to hair style!

Any ideas how I could trim/ freshen up my straggly mid length do? it's hovering somewhere between longer than chin length and shorter than my shoulders at the mo and I can't work out how to cut the back!
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