The process starts with clean hair, so make sure to shampoo and condition your hair beforehand. It’s best to cut your hair when it’s dry, suggests Jamie Stevens, hairdresser and owner of Jamie Stevens Hair. ‘Wet hair will change shape and also become shorter when it dries,’ he explains.
Should I wet my hair before cutting it at home?
Start with clean, dry, and styled hair.
Unless you have natural curls or coils, chances are your stylist normally wets your hair before cutting it. … “Wet hair allows [stylists] to be much more precise with creating clean lines, but they were also trained to do that,” he says.
Is cutting your own hair worth it?
I think trimming your own hair is worth it. When you need a haircut with a new hairstyle, it’s better to go with a professional barber. To maintain healthy hair, trimming the ends once every 3–4 months is a good practice. Most salon charge the same amount as a haircut to trim the hair.
Can hairdressers tell if you cut your own hair?
Even if you did cut your own hair, don’t tell your hairdresser. That’s probably why you’re in the salon to fix your mistake. Don’t tell them and just ask them to give you the haircut that you really want.
Is it OK to cut hair at night?
Do not cut hair and nails at night
In astrology, hair is considered to be of Saturn and the scissors and blades used to cut them are indicative of Mars and that is why it is said that hair should not be cut at night. Similarly, nails should not be cut after sunset which increases the enmity of Saturn and Mars.
Why did my hairdresser cut my hair dry?
Dry cutting lets hairstylists see the shape of the hair as they cut it, instead of waiting until they blow it dry. “When you’re cutting hair dry, you see the shape as it’s forming, so you just get a much more definite look, because you see it in action,” said Artuoro. “It takes the guessing game out of wet cuts.