Whether you’re trying to channel Betty Page or Alexa Chung, bangs can be a struggle in the beginning. With every new step you take in the fringe territory, it’s important to be honest with yourself. Ask yourself how long you want to spend on your new found face fringe as well as how often you can make time to get them trimmed. Don’t let your bangs get so unruly that you no longer appreciate the changes you’ve made. Pick a style the suits your personality and your schedule, and go for the snip! We’ve outlined a couple easy steps you can take at home for complete control over your coif.
Training and Taming
With any change to your hair, it can take some time to adjust and with most people the first day or so with new bangs can be a bit of an identity crisis. Give it time, you will fall in love! Remember that your freshly cut strands are used to being pushed one way or another and probably not in the direction they were just trimmed, so helping to guide and train them is only fair. A few ways to do that are:
Whether you want to wear your fringe with your hair’s natural texture or if you are wanting a sleek polished blunt bang you will need a few products and of course a flat iron.
Lastly – Like all hair days your bangs will have some bad ones, just go with it! Try wearing your training scarf out or a cute headband. Your attitude and outlook on bangs are the best ways to style on a bad day.
Check our other curated blogs and our Pinterest board “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” for more style ideas.
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