Step 1: Wash Hair And Let It Dry
Before cutting curly hair, you should always make sure it’s completely dry. Cutting curly hair while it is wet is always a game of chance – when it dries, it can shrink up to 70% and leave you with itty-bitty micro bangs. To avoid this problem, please make sure that you give your hair plenty of time to dry before you start snipping your hair strands.
Step 2: Create A Triangle Part
Once your hair is dry, take a rat-tailed comb to part a section of your hair into a triangle. The base of the triangle should run from the outer corner of each of your eyes and extend up toward the crown of your head. Then find the point where your head begins to slope forward to your forehead and use this spot as the highest point for your triangle.
Step 3: Secure The Rest Of Your Hair
Once you have found the perfect triangle for your face shape, use clips or elastics to secure the rest of your hair out of the way to avoid accidentally snipping hair that you shouldn't!
Step 4: Cut The Bangs