Be very careful here! There are many things that can go wrong, including electrocution and death. Sorry, but that's the stark reality when messing with electricity. Do you have any experience? Are you handy? If so...invest in a basic wiring book from Home Depot or Lowes, etc... You will want to see actual pictures/diagrams to properly understand. If you are not 100% confident in your ability, call a licensed electrician. It's not worth it !!!
You do this the same as you do 1 light. You then wire from the one light to the next one. In the first light box, you simply match the colors.******Another way to do this depends on the box fill(wires in box vs the size of the box) If the box says it has 22cu and you are using 14AWG wires then you can fit 1 14-3, 1 switch and 2 14-2 wires. If both of those two 14-2 wires head to lights, then you match the two blacks to a wirenut witch a short wire to attach to the switch. (black screw= common) All of the whites will still tie together.
I have two lights in a hallway with two switches.There are two sets of 12/2 wire going to each switch with the white wire cut off on one 12/2 using only the black for hot to the switch.I can get the switches to work on the lights but if you turn one off at one end of the hall youcan't go to the other switch and turn it back on.
I have two lights in a kitchen with two switches.There are two sets of 14/3 wire going to each switch with the white wire cut off on one 14/3 using only the black for hot to the switch. I can get the switches to work on the lights but if you turn one off at one end of the kitchen you can't go to the other switch and turn it back on.