Cutting your hair own hair at home is nobody’s first choice.
But while lockdown is keeping us indoors unless it’s a trip for essentials like food and medicine, it may be necessary for keeping on top of your hairdo.
Maintaining a healthy head of locks through treatments like root touch-up and hydrating masks is something we’ve already got you covered on with our guide here, but cutting it is a whole other story.
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Far from simple, many hairdressers have trained for years to master the skill and hairdresser and founder of Buller & Rice, Anita Rice, advises it’s not a decision to take lightly. “I definitely