So far, pretty simple.
“Section out these little triangle pieces at the front of your head. See, that looks like a triangle. Boom. Easy…If you want it really thick, do more. If you want it thinner, do less. You know?” he continued.
This is probably the most straightforward haircut tutorial I’ve ever watched.
“Now you’re gonna take one of those sections at a time,” he said. “Pull to the opposite side of the head, and cut the hair parallel to the part.”
“Then, just make sure each side is even, they are the same length. And then blow dry and get it all in place. And then let’s finish it off with some face-trimming layers. Damn, you’re good at this,” he finished.
I love that Brad showed every step, and anyone who takes the time could give themselves curtain bangs.
The main thing to remember is that not all face shapes are the same, so it will look different on different faces.
What do you think, will you try cutting your own curtain bangs?
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