Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Ontario, Canada
I try to always go by the rule of 'no scissors' but I must admit, I recently had to pull them out from their dusty cover to do my guy. If you absoutly have to use scissors, make sure that you cut in an upward diagonal position and alternate each cut from left to right, only taking off a very little bit per session. Spread it out and do a little bit on the whole mane one day. Give it a couple days in between to settle and 'study' it, so to speak. Then continue to do a little bit more every few days until you have it at your desired length. It's too easy to go overboard all in one day, that why I say to do it gradually. Once you have it cut to the length you like, you can then pull a few stands from here or there if need be to make it look more natural. Hope this helps! Good luck!
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