How To Do A Cute Layered Haircut By Yourself?
Hairstyles look difficult to do now here you can do layered haircuts by yourself. You don’t need any expertise or skills of a hairstylist to get a layered haircut because it is very easy to do that. You can get the haircut done with the help of following the steps.
A layered haircut will increase the volume of hair. It is suitable for all face shapes but hair type is also important. You have to check the type of hair you have. If you have straight or wavy hair then you can easily get the haircut but if you have curly or coarse hair then it is not suitable to get a layered haircut. But if you want a layered haircut while having curly hair, then a human hair wig is the best option. You can buy a straight and wavy hair wig that helps you to get a layered haircut. A human hair wig is made of natural hair, so you don’t face any type of issue with styling your hair.
The layering of Long Hair
Get your hair ready for layering
You can clean and damp hair because it`s very hard to control the length when you are going to layer with wet hair. Use a wide-toothed comb to comb all of the tangles from your hair, so that the layers you make will be neat and visible.
Gather your hair at the top of your head
Keep the ponytail in the middle of your head, the flat area towards the back of the top of your head where you can balance a comb. Bend over so your head is upside down, comb your hair forward, and use your hands to form a ponytail at the top of your head. Fasten it there with a hair elastic, then turn your head right side up. Make sure your hair is smooth against your head; any lumps or tangled parts could result in messy layering.
Move the elastic down the ponytail
Use one hand to hold the ponytail and the other hand to slide the elastic down until it's a couple of inches from the end of the ponytail. If you want subtle layering, slide the elastic down so there is only an inch or so of hair remaining in the ponytail. For more drastic layers, leave a few inches of hair in the ponytail.
Cut the end of the ponytail
Hold your hair at the elastic to keep it from coming loose. Use a sharp pair of haircutting scissors to cut your hair just above the elastic, then shake out your hair.
Examine your layers
This method creates a few face-framing layers in the front with longer layers in the back. If you'd like to adjust the length of your layers, use the scissors to carefully cut individual locks of hair.
The layering of short hair
Get your hair ready for layering
It's better to layer short hair when it's evenly damp so that you can cut the hair with greater precision. Wash and condition your hair as usual, then towel it dry in preparation for the haircut.
Comb your hair into sections
A short hair must be divided into sections before layering. Use a comb to carefully divide your hair in the following way:
• Make a "top box" section by creating a part on either side of the crown of the head where the head begins to round. The two parts create a section of hair in the middle of the head.
• Comb this "top box" forward and comb the hair to either side straight down, so that the sections are clearly delineated. It may also help to twist your hair before clipping it.
• Divide the rest into two parts: the first part extends from the crown of your head to your forehead, and the second part extends from the crown of your head to the nape of your neck.
Use a comb to lift the front most section of the top box
Lift the hair at a ninety-degree angle from your head and hold it straight between your forefinger and middle finger. Your fingers should be perpendicular to your forehead.
Trim the top box
Use sharp scissors to trim the tips of the hair extending from between your fingers. Let the hair fall, then use the comb to lift another section of hair in the section of hair that is immediately behind the front section. Then comb a bit of the hair from the first section into this new section. This will serve as a guide for the correct length. Hold it at a 90-degree angle from your head between your forefinger and middle finger, then trim the tips to the exact same length as the first section of hair you trimmed.
• Continue trimming hair from the top until you've trimmed the entire front and back sections of the box.
• Use a spray bottle filled with water to keep the hair damp as you go. If your hair gets too wet, then dry it off with a towel.
• Pay careful attention to which sections of hair have been cut and which still need to be cut. When you're working with short hair, cutting the same section twice can make a big difference.
• All hair should be trimmed to the same length. When the cut is finished, it will be layered in appearance.
Part your hair down the middle
Once the entire top box has been trimmed, change the part of your hair by combing it to the sides so that you have a part straight down the middle.
Trim the sides of your hair
Working from the front of your hair around the side to the back, lift sections of hair straight from the top of your head and hold them between your fingers. Hold your hair so that your fingers are perpendicular to your forehead. Use the scissors to trim the tips of your hair, then move on to the next section. Repeat until you've trimmed the top layer of hair on the side of your head, then do the other side.
Examine your layers
If you see a spot that is uneven, or you want shorter layers, use the scissors to carefully trim your hair a small section at a time. At this point, you can also refine the edges. Comb your hair into the style you plan to wear it in and trim the edges. Check around the ears and the back of the hairline especially.
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