Wednesday, August 19, 2009

How To Cut Your Own Scene Hair

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The scene hairstyles are beautiful? Do you love these scene hair?
Don't trust your hairdresser? Or just want to create what's on your head simply your way? Whatever the reason, there is one solution: Cutting your own Hair! Scary? No, if you know how to start, and prepare all the ingredients.
Things you'll need:
good quality sharp and light scissors
large wall mirror
another one smaller to see the back of your head
protective towel to cover your arms

First, get some good quality scissors, sharp, light and sitting comfy in your hands - you don't need to buy professional pair, try to find one in the kitchen / writing desk. You'll also need some protective towel on your arms - to cover your clothing from the hair falling down while cutting. Now, the most crucial part - locate the wall mirror (ideally in the bathroom). Stand in front of it, and try to install small mirror somewhere behind you - on the window seal / cupboard, to see the reflection of back of your head, when standing in the front of wall mirror. Now, you are ready for action, baby!

So you get the idea how you want your hair to look like - that's great.

  1. Start cutting from the bottom layers going gradually to top layers - it's much easier that way. You can clip your hair together on the top of your head, to help you reach bottom layers first. Bottom layer can be as long as you wish, think as long as Audrey, or short as Katie Babyfayce.

  2. Wash your hair, or spray it with water, if you prefer to cut your hair wet - that way it's easier to get more consistent look. Also remember to cut your damp hair 1 - 2 cm longer, as it will wave in natural way and become slightly shorter when dry.

  3. Grab thin strand, hold it horizontally and cut at desired length. If you're happy with it, grab another one together with first one and cut at the same length. Repeat until you cut all the bottom layer.

  4. Release another layer from the upper hair - about 1 cm wide - and let it down on your neck - now cut it the same way as the bottom layer. You can cut every layer slightly shorter then the previous one from the bottom.

  5. Keep checking in back mirror, if you are still happy with the look and the length.

  6. After cutting all bottom layers, it's time to get to top layers - crowning of all your work - it's the most importand part, giving you loads of possibilities for creating your own look!

  7. If you're after Scene Hair, top layers will be short and chopped with messy look. Ideal length is to your chin, with shorter fringe.

  8. Grab single hair strand, hold it horizontally and cut with your razor - that way you'll get ideal choppy look, which can easily be styled, teased etc. Put your razor in a mid way to your desired length, and cut it delicately down along your hair. Don't cut your hair at once with a razor - they need to be layered - thick from the top and thinner at the ends. Repeat that with all top part of your hair.

  9. Now the fringe - part your hair in favourite way, and start layering with the razor. If you want your fringe to sit comfortably on the side of your face, create the length to your cheekbones. Layer it gradually with a razor.

  10. Fringe is very important in Scene Hair, it needs to be created from few layers, optionally with different shades and lengths - check the pictures of Audrey, Katie and other Scene Queens to know exactly what you're after.
When finished, go through your hair again, mess it with your fingers, and correct all the naughty streaks with scissors / razor. Check with the small mirror from all sides if you are happy with the look. Now shake off all your hair over the bath to get rid of all excessive hair, and dry it with a hairdryer.{Source-Google}