The Logical — and Unexpected — Sephora Products That Help You Cut a Man’s Hair at Home
Even if you've now added hairstylist (and manicurist, facialist, and waxing technician) to your staying-home skillset, actually putting scissors to someone else's head is daunting nevertheless. It's not just the (semi) permanence of the results — you're probably also hoping that the person you love will still, well, love you once you set the trimmers down.
On the plus side, you've probably never had so much in common with celebrities like Sarah Hyland and Gwen Stefani, who are also navigating this new normal of at-home haircuts and seeking advice from trusted experts when helping the men they love with the snip.
Once you have your clippers and/or scissors ready, there are some obvious and not-so-obvious things that are good to have on hand throughout the trimming process. The products ahead can prep a man's hair for cutting, and help ensure both of you are pleased with the results in the end.