On social media Thursday, two of the Duggar daughters showed off their kids’ at-home haircuts. Jessa Seewald and Joy-Anna Forsyth both gave their boys a trim. And, they both shared about it. Jessa even offers encouraging words to parents who might need to cut their kids’ hair at home.
Joy-Anna and Jessa give their kids haircuts
On Thursday, both Jessa’s sons and Joy-Anna’s son had to get a trim. And, the Duggar sisters both documented their sons’ haircuts on social media. Jessa gave Spurgeon, 4, and Henry, 3, haircuts. Joy-Anna’s two-year-old son Gideon just needed a trim. In Joy-Anna’s Instagram stories, she revealed that she gave Gideon a trim with the kitchen scissors.
Jessa always cuts her sons’ hair at home, and she has previously shared YouTube tutorials so fans can give it a try at home. But, those tutorials are even more useful now with everyone social-distancing. By now, everyone is about due for a trim or a root touch-up.
The Duggar family often does at-home haircuts
If you’re a longtime fan of the Duggars, you will likely recall their motto. They suggest to “buy used and save the difference.” They love to save money however they can. And, with 19 kids, at-home haircuts are a huge money-saver.
When Abbie Burnett was courting John-David Duggar, she had the opportunity to give him an at-home haircut too. This was a sweet bonding moment, but it’s also just something that John’s family does.
In one YouTube video, Jessa reveals how long she’s been cutting hair. She says, “I am not a professional, but I have been cutting hair for my brothers, their friends, family, for a little over a decade now, and I really enjoy it.”
Jessa Seewald encourages Duggar fans to cut their kids’ hair at home
Jessa has been sharing haircut tutorials on YouTube. She showed how she cuts each member of her family’s hair. She’s even cut her husband Ben’s hair, which fans love. With Jessa’s helpful videos, fans can feel a little more confident cutting hair at home. In Jessa’s recent post, she says, “During this time of quarantine, if you find yourself needing to cut your boy’s hair for the first time, do not be intimidated. You can do this! Isn’t as complicated as it might seem.”
Most of Jessa’s social media followers appreciate these tutorials, but some question how good they are. After all, she didn’t go to cosmetology school. She learned to cut hair after cutting her siblings’ hair.
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The boys’ hair was getting fluffy, so it was time for a trim! 💇🏻♂️💇🏼♂️ During this time of quarantine, if you find yourself needing to cut your boy’s hair for the first time, do not be intimidated. You can do this! Isn’t as complicated as it might seem. I made some simple tutorials showing how I cut my boys’ hair, so if you’re interested, check them out! The link is in my bio!
So, have you had to use scissors or box dye since the coronavirus started? What do you think of Jessa’s and Joy-Anna’s kids haircuts? Share your thoughts below.
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