Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Want to stop spending so much on hair cuts so often? Buy a pair of thinning shears..sold at Sally's or even check Wal Mart....they are hair cutting scissors that are a normal blade on one side then the other side looks more like teeth. These take out only a few pieces of hair each cut.
Try it out first on a place no one will notice to get a hang of it. Then take it to your head-thin places that are growing too much or do it slightly in your bangs to make them last longer.
Always cut diagonally to your head-never horizontally to your hair line.
It won't get rid of all dead ends but it can help it last weeks longer and sometimes even add a new look to an old drabby style.