Post # 1
I got my hair cut this morning and am not loving the bluntness to my side swept bangs. I’m thinking I will just fix them from home. I know my stylist would happily try to fix them, but unfortunately I work during salon hours all week, and have something to do during next Saturday’s salon hours. Any tips on how to cut/trim side bangs?
Post # 3
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Do you just want to soften them up, or are you looking for a quick fix so that you can grow them out again?
Post # 4
If you want to adjust the angle, try to make one cut across, but then go back in and hold the scissors vertically. That way the angle will be a little softer and the imperfections won’t be quite as obvious.
Make as small an adjustment as you possibly can. When I trim my own bangs between haircuts I always aim for “still too long” so they can be fixed if I screw it up.
Post # 5
they usually look really blunt rightt after a haircut then 2 days in they are fine..you cn always try to just slightly point cut the ends to soften up the line
Post # 6
There are good demonstrative videos for bang cutting on youtube, just make sure you have some sharp shears!
Post # 7
I always trim my own bangs, with the permission of my stylist! She advised me to NOT cut straight across. Sounds weird and feels funny but as the above poster said, cut them vertically. It will look more natural hides any mistakes better! Good luck!