A girl on TikTok was mortified when she tried to trim and elegance her personal fringe, leaving her with a spiky ‘do that people have compared to Simon Cooper from The Inbetweeners
Lockdown inspired many of us to try cutting our own hair – and even though hairdressers have opened for business again, some people have decided to save money and keep trimming their own locks.
But one woman has discovered she probably doesn’t have what it takes to develop into a hair stylist, after her DIY try at chopping her personal fringe went horribly wrong.
TikTok consumer Adele Grieve, @Adelegrieve2, filmed herself slicing lengthy strands of hair in entrance of her face to create a fringe, and the outcome initially seemed okay – till she tried to model it.
Adele then took curling tongs and tried to make the brief hairs curl in towards her head and look bouncy, however as an alternative they caught straight up in a weird spiky model.
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The lady captioned her video: “I shall not take up hairdressing as a career.”
The clip shortly grew to become a viral hit, with over 42,000 views and greater than 1,000 likes.
And individuals couldn’t get sufficient of her hilarious fail, and one even drew comparisons to The Inbetweeners character Simon Cooper.
Simon, performed by Joe Thomas within the E4 sitcom, famously used hair gel to make the hair on the entrance of his head rise up straight.
The witty commenter wrote: “The ending is Simon from Inbetweeners!”
Others couldn’t assist however giggle, with many questioning why she reduce her fringe so brief within the first place.
One mentioned: “This hasn’t got the recognition it deserves.”
While one other wrote: “Why would you cut it that short?!”
And a 3rd posted: “I am howling!”
But one individual did depart Adele with some phrases of recommendation, telling her she may see a stylist to repair the reduce.
They wrote: “Not to worry! This can be fixed as you only cut a thin amount of hair. If you go get a fringe put in professionally you won’t see the short bit.”