Needless to say, it’s also leaving many wondering what to do between now and their next professional haircut, which is unlikely to be in the near future. Word to the wise: Just as important is what not to do. “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but this is not the time to cut your bangs at home,” joked hairstylist Justine Marjan on Instagram. From avoiding botched DIY trims to how to support your stylist from afar, here hair pros weigh in on the dos and don’ts of haircuts and care during this time. Health is our collective top priority, and under no circumstances should a hairstylist be making a house call. Instead, let video chatting apps, such as Facetime, act as a resource during this time of transition. “Reach out to your hairstylist as they will be able to provide the best for tips and tricks on how to maintain your hair health during this time with products you have at home,” says Mischa G, who has already held a number of virtual sessions with clients, including aiding in the safe removal of hair extensions. François is also harnessing these platforms to guide others through various ways of caring, styling, and maintaining their hair. “In the current climate particularly, having the technology to be able to do this is a wonderful thing,” he says. “But it doesn’t change the fact that I’d never recommend my clients cutting their own hair at home though!”
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