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Many times I've cut my own fringe and I looked like either a toddler who's mum put a bowl on their head, or having wet cut it found that it's sprung up 3cm when dry and looks awful. But then I am a cackhanded moron.
Don't do it. Even if you like it tonight I guarantee that you will catch sight of yourself within the next 3-4 days and think WTF did I do that for. Step away from the scissors. Paint your nails or something Instead.
I’ve bought one of the fringe cutting contraptions and professional scissors. It still looked crap. Fringes cost a tenner or so to cut in, get it done properly especially if you’re getting a full heavy fringe like the photo.