Nfld. & Labrador

Hey, ladies! How to give yourself a haircut: women's edition

Short hair is easy. Longer locks require a little more finesse, the kind you usually get in a salon. But for now, check out these tips for a DIY haircut and dye job.

For longer hair, focus on the basics: roots and tips

When it comes to hair, there's a simple rule of thumb: the longer it is, the more work it is.

So when it comes to DIY haircuts, the fellas — or anyone with short hair — often have it easy. But women — or anyone with longer hair — often have to work a little harder.

But with a little expert advice, you can spruce up your 'do all on your own. 

Gee Sicuan, a hairstylist and owner of G Salon in St. John's, says most women will want to keep their home haircut simple and focus on just two areas: roots and tips.

Watch the video above for more, and check out this video for Sicuan's advice for cutting men's hair at home.

Keep your DIY haircut simple by focusing on just two areas: roots and tips. (CBC)

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