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For more on Ponytail Cutting and Coloring for the beginner DIY-er, check out this category.…..This is the haircut for the hipster fashionista who wants to keep her length but still make a bold statement. This haircut happens to look amazing with bangs too. You really can’t mess em up if you follow the directions, and they look totally salon-quality. I also use this DIY color technique to ombre my ends and this one to highlight around my face.You will want to familiarize yourself with the point cutting technique to remove the hair a little bit at a time to soften and blend the ends of the hair. For this one, you will put the hair in a ponytail, centered at the middle of the top of the head. Looking in a mirror, hold the ponytail straight up! Let hair down and check out your blended, even, pretty long layers.Make a ponytail at the front of the top of the head, off center. For your everything guide to DIY hair coloring, check this post!A practical yet creative hair solution for the brave and bold.This haircut is great for adding a little extra shape and body to long hair.Her hair is thick and straight, but these haircuts can be used on any hair type. It is really fun and liberating but it can also be intimidating and a flat out mess. The beauty of the ponytail cut is that it brings all the hair to one place for you to cut, keeping it neat and straight forward.Put the hair in a ponytail in the middle of the crown of the head, and cut across the ends to whatever length you want. This one is great for girls who like having a little something around the face. Cut it off to the length that the ends will barely rest on your neck.Brush the hair straight forwards and put it in a ponytail right at the front of the top of the head, almost at the hairline. Let it down and marvel at your swinging layered haircut that accentuates your best features! Now put all the hair in a ponytail at the center of the crown. This will add layers and tons of texture an movement to the bob.Her hair was unbelievably long, and she had been cutting it herself using HTHG’s perfect layers DIY haircut.For a beginner hair DIY-er, definitely start with a ponytail cut.It creates perfectly uniform layers throughout the hair, but softens the face with shorter blended face framing layers. Let it down, and cut the dropout off the bottom to straignten up the line.
And, depending on where the ponytail is on the head, you can created many different shapes and effects with the cut.I started with my fantastically brave and excited model, Meleah.On that note, Lovely people, I present to you 5 DIY haircuts to try today.*The amount of hair cut off the ends of the ponytail determines the length that the cut will be. If you want the same effect but with shorter length, remove more from the ponytail.May I suggest this haircut with some color faded dip dye and a deep side part? For more DIY hair cutting techniques and coloring techniques, check out the HTHG video shop.