No tutorial this time; I just used a combo of my original cutting method (to get a straight across cut) (wait but that video has 40,000+ views holy @#$!# are you kidding me?!!!!) and then my layered method (to put a few layers in the back) and I love how it turned out! (also it took approximately 10 minutes... I think I'm getting better at this diy hair cutting thing!) (could I use any more parentheses in this paragraph?) (obviously YES)
Looks like a small animal... nope, just a huge chunk of hair!
"Look I cut my hair!!" selfie to send to my Mom :)
I remember a few years ago I was TERRIFIED to cut my own hair (here's the post from my first attempt!!). It seemed like the craziest/dumbest thing I could ever do and I really wasn't sure that I wanted to go through with it just to save money. Flash forward 2 years and here I am, still cutting my own hair and loving having this new skill! Moral of the story: sometimes stuff will seem scary. Sometimes it'll seem scary even after you try it a few times. But keep at it and you'll keep getting better and gaining confidence :)
BTW... Have you signed up for my email list? I'm sending JUNE'S money-saving challenge out at 11am EST today and you don't want to miss it! Also it's the last time you'll see me on video with long hair; I recorded it Thursday before chopping it all off! ;) PS if you're reading this after 11am EST but still want to get the challenge, sign up now and email me to let me know you missed the email; I'll send it over to ya!!
What's a money-saving skill you have mastered?
Mine: painting my own nails, cutting my hair, cooking most of my own meals, baking delicious desserts, washing my car, working out at home, and the next one I'm working on is... going to be explained in today's money saving challenge email!! Sign up above to find out what that is! ;)