When there's literally nothing left to do, some people have turned to the ultimate testament of boredom — at-home haircuts.
Pandemic or Coronavirus Bangs are trending on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. Basically, people have figured out the twist-and-cut technique to cut your own bangs. Of course, this technique only works if you have an understanding of how hair cutting and styling works, so attempt at your own risk.
Since many stylists and salons are shut down thanks to the self-quarantine, at-home cuts may be the only way to keep pesky fringe from growing too long.
One at-home haircut went surprisingly well.
YouTuber Brad Mondo, who reacts to cringey at-home hair styles, was pleasantly surprised with one TikTokker's DIY chop. Even these step-by-step instructions are risky for someone like me with little hand-eye coordination.