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February 8th, 2011, 09:06 PM
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My daughter is 3 and has only had her hair cut(all over cut) once, had to shave it bc she got gum and it was down at the scalp she was only 1. Well her aunt kept her bangs trimmed and now that we no longer live near Aunt I would like to take up the task of trimming her bangs. The only thing is she has curly/frizzy hair at times so I worry about messing up. Where could i get some good instructions on how to cut her bangs? or should I just take her and get it done somewhere?
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February 9th, 2011, 08:00 PM
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When cutting curly hair you have to be very careful. If you want her bangs to the eyebrow, what you will want to do is to comb the bangs down as straight as you can get them and then cut them 1/4 inch below where you want them. The curl will shrink them that 1/4-1/2 inch. If you don't think your hand is steady enough to do it, then take the bangs across the forehead and pull them into a little ponytail (no rubber bands) that is in the center of the nose and then cut the same off as I said before. Doing it this way will have them frame the face, where the outer edges are a bit longer.

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February 10th, 2011, 12:17 AM
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I will give that a try. Thank you so much.
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