Hair cut and colour tips for women

Whether you need to touch up your roots or give your fringe a trim, while the salons are still closed, there are some things you can do yourself at home.

Here’s some of the best hair cut and colour tips for women, including video tutorials for common questions.

Side fringe trim tutorial

Full fringe trim tutorial

How to apply hair colour at home

How to cover grey hair

How to remove hair dye stains


Do you have any home haircut tips? Share your wisdom in the comments below

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5th Jun 2020
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this may sound disgusting but in the 7o's black dye was very black and hard to remove from the skin so we mixed shampoo with cigarette ash into a paste and rubbed it off with no problems.
putting dye in a plastic bottle is easy to shake and mix, using the nozzle to put the dye onto the roots rubbing in with a gloved finger. easier than using a brush. If you need to cut your hair do it very wet when it all sticks together,dry hair will spring all ways. sit with a mirror at the front and at the back so it helps to see where the sharp scissors are going. good luck and take care.

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