My Easy DIY 5 Minute Layered Haircut - Practical Stewardship
DIY 5 Minute Layered Hair Cut

Easy and DIY haircuts for children


Haircuts for children have gotten expensive as managing them involves a lot of effort and is a big task itself. Their hair grows really quick and needs haircuts time to time. But if done in the right way you can do it yourself too with easily of which both of you will be happy enough. Grab your pair of scissors and start from the neckline with being gentle because their scalp consists of tender tissues. Also, start combing all of their hair as gently as possible towards the forehead. For further steps, are the haircuts mentioned down below.

Medium to Long hair

Do not avoid using a wide teethed comb because thin teethed comb will only lead to hair being uprooted and then later on lead to hair loss or thinning hair. Use this wide teethed comb to divide the hair into sections – top and back. Part the hair into two sections of the back side to over the top of head. Now divide the top most section of the hair into two sections again. Secure all the sections with clips and by clipping all the sections upwards will only hold it from falling into the way. Now start trimming according to your wish. If the hair has curls, try to loosen it with your fingers and keep brushing the hair with the help of your fingers. For special notice, do not forget that hair with curls in it will be a bit longer after it dries up. Try to cut not more than one fourth of an inch from the wet hair not using any tension so when it dries up, the hair style is not so bad after all.

For short hair

Divide the hair with a wide teethed comb and secure the sections with the clips as much needed. After you are done with creating a top most section by using your wide teethed comb into a rectangle from the temples to the crowns. Exclude sections from one ear to the other side. While you are trimming your child’s hair, try not to overdo after one fourth inch all over but do one fourth inch uniformly all over. Hold the hair from the side between your index and middle finger and cut along your fingers. Now repeat the same technique for the hair at the back side. Hold it between your index and middle finger so the hair is uniformly cut in all sides. In some areas, hair might not or might look longer in some places, which is explained by the head’s curving or the curvature. This technique is used to help people lift the weight off from the child’s heads.