Well… You can’t see much here coz I only cut my front hair heheheh… I took a razor blade and sliced my front hair gradually through the strands. There… I have fringe now 😛 Ehehhe… It turn out ok, not a total disaster but not very obvious. Well… not much different really, I dare not to slice too short. I sliced at least 15cm or so but it’s still long. Oh I did it after washing my hair, that’s why it’s straight in the first photo. The second was taken after it’s dried.
Got inspired by one of the snippets in Cleo August 2006 issue 😛 Hehehe…
“Make razors work double time for you: Instead of using a pair of scissors to keep your fringe in check, try a disposable single-blade razor and make sure it’s single blade unless you want to end up with split hair. Pull your dry fringe forward and hold hair taut at the ends between fingers and slice the blade gradually through the strands till you get your desired length.”
By the way, no makeup!!! Only colourless lip balm LOL… but the second photo, I did photoshopped my eyebags and dark circles. The flash was too harsh and it emphasized too much on them.
I did cut my hair once before. It was years ago and ehehhe… It was OK because I have natural curls and I already have layered cut, even though I simply cut, it had not much effect. I didn’t know what got into me that time. I actually cut my own hair by backcombed all my hair and started snipped, snipped, snipped… Of course following the length where it’s short, it’s short; where it’s long, it’s long.
Please don’t try it at home 😛 I’m not responsible for any damage. It’s best to leave your hair to the pro.