Woman shows off her at-home haircutting technique, but that’s not what’s got everyone talking | The Sun

A DIY haircut generally isn't advised, unless you're going for a choppy and messy look.

But one woman decided to take the risk and attempt to give her locks a refresh on her own – but that's not what's got everyone talking.

Posting the hair transformation on her TikTok account, Marie Reynolds wowed viewers with her shapeshifting abilities.

The hair lover started the clip with messy locks and a make-up free look.

But by the end of the video, which has racked up a whopping 2.9 million views, she looked like a completely different person.

She wrote: "I do not condone you cut your own hair, but I just have not had the time or got the time to get to the hairdressers at the moment and I have a few events to go to.

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"I went to the gym and thought sod it I will try this wolf cut trend and I have to say I'm pretty chuffed with the results."

Marie showed herself flipping her lock in front of her face sand combing into a bobble before hacking away at the ends with scissors.

After a few adjustments to get the perfect fringe the haircut was finished and she flipped her hair back to reveal the new look.

As Marie showed off the sleek style viewers were quick to point out how different she looked.

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Now with a full face of glam, the hair lover added a smoky eye, dewy foundation and pink blush, all of which made her look 10 years younger.

One viewer said: "It looks like two different people."

A second wrote: "Great job! But you did much more than just cut your hair here!"




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