A guide to cutting your fringe and split ends.

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So, you’re thinking of cutting your own hair at home. Honestly, same.

Whether your fringe is poking into your eyes, your crunchy split ends are scaring your working from home co-workers, or you’re just really bored and need something fun(?) to do, giving yourself a hair cut kind of seems like a great idea in isolation.

Best case scenario, we’d all leave beauty tasks like dying your roots, removing shellac and SNS nails, eyebrow shaping and haircuts to the professionals. But if for whatever reason, you really want to cut your hair at home, do it armed with expert advice.

From cutting your fringe to trimming split ends, here’s what you need to know about cutting your hair at home before picking up the kitchen scissors.

WATCH: Ever wonder what your hairdresser is really thinking? Check out our take on hairdressers translated below. Post continues after video.

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