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How to Trim Your Hair at Home

How to trim your hair | How to cut your hair yourself

1. Repair before you snip

Araujo says it’s not easy to cut your hair at home (and have it look okay) and suggests concentrating on making your hair healthier instead. Your hair will feel better, which may cause you to re-think the urge to chop it all off, she says.Before hopping on Sephora.ca, check out the selection of hair masks available through your local hair salonsmany of which have created online shops to offer quality hair-care products to their clients. It’s a great way to continue to support small businesses that are currently experiencing extreme losses in revenue, says Araujo.If you can’t find what you’re looking for on a small business website, Araujo recommends:

  • For brittle, over-processed hair, try Opalex No. 5 Maintenance Conditioner, $38, sephora.com
  • For helping your heat-styled mane last longer (so you don’t have to wash it too much), try Color Wow Dream Coat, $35, tradesecrets.ca
  • For dehydrated hair, try R+Co: Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo, $34, beautysense.ca| R+Co: Atlantis Moisturizing Conditioner, $34, beautysense.ca
  • For a scalp treatment, try Drunk Elephant T.L.C Happi Scalp Scrub, $48, sephora.com
  • To give fine hair a boost, try Quai Shampoo for Fine Hair, $37, sephora.com |Quai Conditioner for Finer Hair, $37, sephora.com

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