Monday, August 1, 2016

Home hair cuts

Hair cuts can add up.  Now, I will say I can't cut my own hair.  I did try one time, and it went ok, but not something I will try again for a while.  However, my husband has never paid for a haricut, I have cut his hair since we've been married.  This wasn't something that we did to save money in the beginning, my husband has always had his mom cut his hair so that was something his mom taught me how to do so that I could continue doing so.  However, now it is a great way to continue to save money.  Plus his hair is pretty easy to cut, its curly so it's forgiveable, but practice makes perfect so if you can whoever's hair you are going to start cutting to let you try it's worth it! 




Now that we have a couple little ones, I plan to better my skills and learn to cut/trim their hair as well.  I will say my oldest has had her haircut at a salon already, but it was the sentimental first haircut experience (and Mimi was paying, so how could I pass that up).  Although, the guy who cut her hair, his hands were shaking, so I may have to practice a little on a doll or something.  I can on; imagine how she'll do for me as she gets older.    Any tips on cutting children's hair?

For me though, I usually get my hair cut 1-2 times a year,.  I generally chop it off in the summer and then let it grow for the fall, winter and spring.  Sometimes, I get a trim in between.  I know I really should get it trimmed more, but I don't know it's just not something I want to spend money on all the time.  With that, I would like to try and trim my hair myself so that I could keep it long and only trim it.  Anyone have tips on how to trim your own hair?

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