How to cut your own hair: The contrast weight line haircut

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How to cut your own hair: The contrast weight line haircut

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How to cut your own hair? Does it sound too hard? We’ll try to prove you wrong with The contrast weight line haircut. Weight lines got very very trendy on 2014 fall/winter season. It’s is a very modern look that looks great with any outfit — from classy to casual. It is a modernized version of old military haircuts just like undercuts. It will definitely still remain its popularness on 2018.

How to cut your own hair: Contrast Weight Line Haircut

 

This tutorial teaches you how to cut this type of haircut by yourself. It will look very cool on wavy or curly hair. You can make your weight line more extreme to have more contrast. It is your choice. It looks best with longer length on top and it is a good option for those who got their sides parted and shortened a bit higher in past and now are growing it out again just like I do.

You can style it in a lot of ways. It is a very versatile haircut. In this video, I styled it slick back quiff style and used Original By BluMaan after blowdrying my hair for more volume.

Measurements of haircut in video:

Top: ~8-10cm (~3-4in)
Sides: from top to bottom — ~2.5cm to 1cm to 6mm to 4mm to 2mm (1in to 0.4in to #2 to #1.5 to #1)

Just remember that you can always add your own pinch of fantasy and make up your own style.

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