Should I get Bangs?
This is a question I get, A LOT! And, there is no simple answer. But there are many things to consider before you dive into that decision. Read on for the 411!
Find the best bangs style for you
Short baby bangs will focus on your eyebrows or glasses. Brow-skimming bangs will focus attention on your eyes, while a curtain fringe will accent cheekbones or nose. Flattering bangs should frame and focus on your positive features.
Consider your hair texture
If your hair is fine or thin, a heavy fringe may not work because there isn’t enough weight for the hair to lay in place. Thick hair may have trouble with baby bangs because it would need to be thinned out a lot to lay flat.
Understand the commitment required
While bangs add a bit of flair to your hairstyle, the level of time and commitment that goes into them can often feel like a chore.
Get regular trims
One of the biggest commitments that come with having bangs is carving time in your schedule for regular trims.
Tweak your hair routine
You may have to adapt your morning routine to make time for your new style. Blow dry and style the fringe first thing out of the shower. For touch-ups, spritz with dry shampoo or wet your bangs down and blow-dry.
Start with a warm-up style
If you’re on the fence about bangs ease into it. Consider a side-swept bang. Softer side-swept fringe or angled fringe is a great place to start.
Use the right products
Consider dry shampoo to help absorb oil and keep your fringe fresh. Or use lightweight hairspray that allows you to restyle your hair. It won't leave it sticky. A styling spray or mousse to help tame unruly strands and cowlicks.
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