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  • Hi, again.

  • Please have a seat.

  • I'm assuming you were giving me a standing

  • ovation from your living room.

  • And if you weren't, why not?

  • Oh, boy.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • That was for Portia.

  • She's giving me the heart hands.

  • Heart?

  • Or was that a circle?

  • You hungry?

  • You want a donut?

  • Anyway, I am all in my house and still in this chair.

  • I would move, but my leg fell asleep on Friday.

  • Can't feel a thing, and I just don't want to risk it.

  • If you're normally at work during the week

  • and you haven't seen my show, this is not

  • what it usually looks like.

  • Usually we have a big fancy set and a huge screen for pictures.

  • And usually I wear a long flowing wig and a gown.

  • Thank you, Andy.

  • You're welcome.

  • Andy's outside.

  • If you don't know Andy, he's average.

  • By the way, I've never worn a wig.

  • This is all me, real me--

  • plus my butt pads.

  • Oh, more heart hands from Portia.

  • No-- oh, you do want a donut.

  • Sorry-- OK.

  • The point is, I have short hair, which means

  • that I have to cut it a lot.

  • And usually I cut it every few weeks.

  • And I like to change my hair.

  • If you've seen the show before, I change it a lot.

  • But since quarantine, I can't cut my hair

  • or get it cut because the salons are closed.

  • And I'm still not desperate enough to go to Petco Groomer.

  • I won't do it.

  • And I'm not the only person who wishes they could

  • get their hair cut right now.

  • Andy has been complaining--

  • Andy you said you wanted a haircut, right?

  • I did not.

  • Really?

  • Well, let's take a look at your hair right now.

  • I mean, it's a lot, but I wear a baseball hat

  • until I can get to my girl Lisa, who cuts my hair.

  • You're looking a little like Lou Ferrigno.

  • All right, thank you.

  • I learned-- listen to this, Andy.

  • I'm listening.

  • One of the most--

  • What else do I have to do?

  • Just listen and don't talk back to me.

  • OK.

  • So I learned that one of the most googled things

  • right now is how to cut your own hair.

  • So we're not the only ones, Andy.

  • Everybody is freaking out like, what am I

  • going to do with my hair?

  • So I thought I would get the--

  • I mean, I'll say one of the best just to not offend other

  • hairdressers-- but he's pretty darn good--

  • to teach us how to do it.

  • He's done everyone's hair.

  • He does my hair, he does Jennifer Aniston's hair,

  • and I can't tell you anybody else because stylist, client--

  • He gave her the Rachel.

  • He created the Rachel.

  • That's right, Andy.

  • I just want you to know that.

  • Anyway, he's very talented.

  • So say Hello to Chris McMillan, everybody.

  • Chris.

  • Hi, Ellen.

  • Thank you so much for doing this.

  • first of all--

  • Thank you for having me.

  • So what are your thoughts about people cutting their own hair?

  • My thoughts right now, today, is this

  • is a great time to get your hair to grow and get healthy.

  • It's time for a lot of people to get their ends trimmed,

  • if anything.

  • Well, first of all--

  • He created the Rachel.

  • Yes, he created the Rachel.

  • What tools do people need?

  • Hi, Andy.

  • Hi!

  • The tools that you would need, if you're just at home,

  • obviously I have a full kit because I'm a hairdresser.

  • But if you're just at home, you probably

  • have kitchen scissors in your utility drawer.

  • Wow, you-- really?

  • These are fine.

  • Most people do.

  • I found these, I forgot I had them.

  • When I go to you're, like a Benihana chef.

  • You have about 19 scissors, and you'll cut a piece of hair

  • with one scissor, and then you'll

  • change to another scissor for another piece of hair.

  • Yeah.

  • What do the different scissors-- and then all of a sudden now

  • I'm learning we can use garden shears.

  • He's an artist--

  • You could use garden shears if you want.

  • I mean, it's-- they're a little big.

  • I bet if you went in to your kitchen, you could find these.

  • All right.

  • Guaranteed.

  • Let's cut hair.

  • Let's cut hair.

  • What are we doing?

  • So first of all, I have a wig.

  • This is Quarantina.

  • And I pulled this wig out because it's

  • got roots, which I'm sure a lot of people

  • are going to have roots.

  • Quarantina's bangs are a little long.

  • OK, let's cut bangs.

  • Should your hair be dry or wet when we cut it?

  • When you're doing your own haircut,

  • you should have your hair-- you should wash it, and blow dry

  • it, and then cut it from there.

  • Not normally, like, I would shampoo your hair

  • and cut your hair wet.

  • I think though, when you're doing your own,

  • you want to see kind of where it's going to fall.

  • So I blow dried my hair.

  • You look a little like Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters.

  • You know what's so funny is I actually look like a rock star

  • more than a drag queen with--

  • That's what I just said.

  • With these on.

  • I kind of like it.

  • I think I might grow my hair out.

  • So take the bangs, take a little section--

  • just the front pieces--

  • take your kitchen scissors.

  • If you cut them too short, obviously,

  • if you cut them to where you think you want them,

  • they're going to bounce up and they're going to be like this.

  • I can't see, so I'm going by audio only, Ellen.

  • No, there's a mirror out there.

  • And these, well, then what you can do

  • is you can take the tips just kind of like--

  • Just the tips.

  • Yep, just the tips, Andy.

  • I'll show you how to layer it a little bit.

  • What you can do if you have fancy scissors,

  • you can take some thinning shears, which you can probably

  • order online.

  • You can order thinning shears for the tip.

  • I order these, these are just scissors.

  • Yeah, it doesn't matter.

  • He's using scissors worse than what I gave you.

  • What's he doing right now?

  • Just try and describe it to me.

  • He's kind of just chopping into--

  • Then just kind of go through.

  • He's going-- he's starting from higher up and then chopping in

  • down.

  • Just slowly.

  • Just a little.

  • Just kind of like run them through.

  • Nothing major.

  • You see, and that kind of softens the ends of it.

  • I'm telling you--

  • Yeah, you're kind of razoring.

  • We're talking, you want to work in a safe way.

  • We're doing-- we're not trying to make any major changes.

  • We're just softly trimming.

  • See how that is, it kind of like they layer nicely.

  • See Andy, this is what you would do.

  • I need you to talk me through this.

  • Andy is just cutting into without holding it.

  • I don't-- because my problem is thickness.

  • The less tension-- if you pull it too hard--

  • the less tension you put, the better off you're going to be.

  • If you pull it too hard, it's going to bounce up.

  • So really kind of use your free hand artistic kind

  • of abilities, but work in a soft way.

  • All right, let me ask you a question.

  • That's good bangs.

  • What if people don't have bangs?

  • You know how I have this problem area that

  • gets heavy on the corner over here, Chris?

  • You know how you always have to cut it?

  • So how do I cut into this heavy corner that I have?

  • So with people with short hair, the best thing to do

  • is there's different ways.

  • What you can do is pull it and feel it.

  • You know where that kind of thick area is.

  • Kind of pull it, use your hands, come on, Andy.

  • And then just kind of chip away at it.

  • But if you start off slow--

  • Well, you're not cutting anything

  • because you don't have hair.

  • You're pretending.

  • I'm cutting.

  • But you kind of get the gist.

  • I think you get it.

  • Yes, I get it.

  • Andy, what kind of questions do you have?

  • Yeah, well, my big thing is that it's not

  • about the length of my hair.

  • It doesn't grow long, it grows thick.

  • It's very Jewish hair.

  • Well, this is what I think with guys right now.

  • What you want to do is you want to clip the top of your hair

  • up and cut the sides.

  • You can use clippers.

  • Oh, I can do that.

  • Oh, I could have gotten clippers.

  • This is something and you would do.

  • Get a pair of clippers.

  • You can get them on Amazon.

  • They'll deliver them within, I think now it's about one week.

  • And use the bet--

  • I always say to use the biggest guard to start with.

  • You could always go shorter.

  • Always start off longer.

  • We're thinking safe right now.

  • When you start building confidence, the more we're

  • in quarantine, the longer you are away from your hairdresser,

  • the more confident you're going to be about cutting your hair.

  • All right, Chris.

  • Thank you so much for helping us out.

  • And we'll keep checking in.

  • I'll check Andy's-- I'm going to order some clippers for Andy

  • so he can do the sides like that.

  • That's a good idea.

  • Thank you so much, Chris.

  • You got it.

  • All right, tune in next time when I teach you

  • how to do your own Brazilian.

  • [LAUGHTER]

Hi, again.

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