The title sounds quite scary, I know.
But remember this post when I talked about tricks I use to grow my hair out? Well I mentioned how I don’t  trim my hair and how instead I just trim my breakage and dead/split ends. I have a tutorial today to show you how I do that and how you guys can do it at home to yourselves!!
 I find this works a lot better for me personally as I am trying to grow my hair out! So you guys can give it a try and see if it works for you!

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  1. I watched this video a few weeks back and decided to give it a try.. I’ve been trying to grow my hair out for a long time and it feels like every time I get it where I want it I have to go for a trim and then I’m right back where I started! So I got my little Honeybee craft scissors (highly recommend these, they are super sharp and precise) and went to town. It took me quite a while to get through all my hair, but after about a week of snipping whenever I had some free time, I got through my hair and the split ends were 95% gone. I’m amazed at how much smoother and softer my hair is now, it feels SO much healthier but hasn’t lost any length! I’m so excited!!! I feel like this really is going to help my hair grow a lot more. Thank you so much!

  2. Love this post! This is great for the front of your hair that you can see… but what do you do to trim the back?? Every tutorial I find on this type of trimming never mentions the back of the head/hair. Help? Thanks, love your blog!