Here’s How To Cut Your Own Bangs Perfectly

As far as DIY beauty tricks that we never attempt, cutting our own hair is pretty high up there. Doing our own at-home blowout is challenging enough, so nevermind trying something that’s actually permanent.

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But, a viral video that’s making the rounds on the Internet showing how to cut perfect side bangs has us totally captivated—and more than a little curious to give it a try. Makeup artist Camila Bravo demonstrates a twisting technique that requires only one snip and gives off a face-framing, layered effect.

Her most important tips? Make sure you start with damp hair for a cleaner cut, and if you have curly hair, cut a little lower than the actual desired length because your hair will get shorter after it dries. Have a look below:


Press Play 🎥 ✂ Before Calling me Crazy, I been cutting my own side bangs since forever ago. I love how they come out just by doing what I am showing here , so I thought I should share with you guys. 😉 ❕ If you have curly hair like myself cut them alittle lower than the actual desire length because keep in mind the hair will shrink. ♦Eyes: @motivescosmeticsElement Color Box ( use referral code Kamilabravo for 💸 Off ) ♦Lashes: @shophudabeauty in Style Marilyn. I find this style to be the perfect lashes for when you want something simple on the eyes but you want your lashes to be poppin ! 😉 ♦Skin: Born This Way foundation from @toofaced (Light Beige) Age Rewind Concealer by @maybelline ( Light/Pale shade) ♦Set with @lauramercier Translucent Powder & Mineralize skin finish by mac. ♦Hoola Bronzer by @benefitcosmetics ♦Highlight Grace by @gerardcosmetics ✨ ♦ Lips : Serenity by @gerardcosmetics 💄 #kamilabravo #bangsturoial

A video posted by Camila Bravo (@kamilabravo) on

1 Comment
  • Tamrock5141
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    Does it matter which direction you twist hair? Thanks😊

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