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I’ve been cutting my own hair for years and have saved a fortune after coming across Creaclip. The Creaclip has helped me to easily cut my own hair without making a mess of it and I haven’t had to go without haircuts during the pandemic!
The Creaclip handy hair cutting tool made by Creaproducts cost me around £30 at the time I bought it which was probably over 7 years ago, I’m still using it now. It’s been well worth the initial investment.
*Creaclip Set – For cutting your own hair, children’s and saving money.
There are a lot of copies of this product on the market but *Creaclip is the original and the best.
All you need is a *good pair of hairdressing scissors to cut your hair with.
How To Cut Face Framing Layers
I have long hair which is the easiest to cut and maintain. To cut face-framing layers with the Creaclip I simply turn my head upside down, brush my hair to get rid of any tangles then attach the clip with the curve facing downwards.
Make sure it’s level (there’s a small spirit level which is easy to adjust, this needs to be facing towards you and the bubble in the centre) I then pull it down gently to the required amount I want to cut off. The further down you pull the clip, the longer the layers are.
To cut, simply angle the scissors and cut into the hair up to the clip or use *hair clippers. Don’t be tempted to use your kitchen scissors! Cutting at an angle creates a soft textured look.
The finished result leaves slight layers from the chin which look great.
How To Cut One Length Hair
If you want to trim the ends off long hair and have it one length this is how to cut one length hair with the Creaclip.
You may need a friend or family member to help you to do this.
Sitting tall, all you need to do after brushing out the tangles is get your friend to snap the CreaClip into place at the roots with the curve facing upwards.
Make sure it’s level and the spirit level bubble is in the middle, then slowly slide it down the hair leaving half to 1 inch depending on how much you want to cut off.
Cut as above either angling the scissors or using hair clippers.
Check out the YouTube instructional videos, there are plenty of tutorials to give you ideas and instruct you how to cut hair without making a hash of it.
The two videos below show how to cut face-framing layers and how to cut one length hair using the Creaclip.
The Small Creaclip
There are many styles that you can create with this super easy haircutting set which also contains a useful smaller clip for cutting shorter hair and creating differently styled fringes/bangs.
Overall it’s a fabulous tool for *cutting hair and prevents those awful hair cutting mistakes.
The Creaclip set also saves you lots of money by not having to pay out for expensive haircuts!