You'll never have to worry again after you've read the lovely Jet's tips for dealing with A Bad Hair Cut: The Aftermath - What are we to do?
Jet says to always "come prepared to talk about the style you are looking for" with your stylist.
It that trick still doesn't work, Jet has other great suggestions including:
If you hate it, say it!
If the cut is beyond repair Jet shares some tips to get you through until it grows out:
Get creative with tools:
Use product and experiment:
If your stylist cut your bang's too short and they are resting on your forehead like a paintbrush simply take cuticle scissors, point the blade upwards toward the sky and take baby snips to the edge of the bang. This will thin the bluntness and reduce the wait of the line.
When the ends are slimmer, they are easy to sweep over the softness no matter if they are short or long. Or if you need to give boost to an overall blah cut, try adding a texture cream to add fullness and manageability.
To add length:
These handy hair extensions are fantastic to help ease your pain and best of all there are temporary so no heat, no glue, just clip it in! I suggest 4 panels: two for the sides, two for the back to create length and volume.
The trick to anchoring the wefts is to tease the hair one inch below the area you intend to put the wefts. Next add a little hair spray and clip in.
Try a color trick:
By doing this trick it instantly creates the illusion of depth, so your hair will appear fuller instantly!
If your sides are too short:
The crisscross really helps to tackle shorter hair that can be hard to hold back. Place the bobby pins or barrettes on the side of your head, just above your ear and then you can tuck the longer pieces behind your ear, giving a more unified look.
To get more information about the Jet Rhys Salons in San Diego visit Jet's fabulous website at: www.netrhys.com.
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