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It’s a question that almost everyone has pondered at some point in their lives: Should I get bangs? Whether the sudden urge for some fringe was inspired by a major life change (who doesn’t love a good post-breakup makeover?) or a simple desire to switch things up, there’s no better time than now to rock a fierce fringe. And there are various (chic) different types of bangs to choose from.
Besides being incredibly chic and on-trend, curtain bangs look great on a variety of hair types, but those with naturally wavy hair will find them to be a great low maintenance option.
For clients with wavy hair, this style looks great when air-dried. Even better, you may not even need to add anything to your existing arsenal of hair products. For best results, work your usual styler through your strands, then using your hands in a scrunching motion to get the perfect finish.
Unlike curtain bangs, this particular style requires commitment. As for maintenance, be prepared to get a trim every two to five weeks. One thing to keep in mind when speaking with your stylist: the thicker the bang, the more time and effort you’ll need to spend when styling.
For straight hair, try taking a more laissez-faire type of bang. The Birkin bang is inspired by French icon Jane Birkin who set the trend in the ‘60s. This style adds dimension to round faces, but you can wear them no matter your face shape as long as you style it differently for each.
A full bang with layers is a fabulous way to complement curls and coils. To achieve this look, ask for a fringe that starts about two inches down, then blends down into the rest of your hair. It’ll offer some additional versatility since they look equally as great for a side-swept look or left down and paired with a top-knot.
While it can be a little tricky for those with fine hair to pull off a wispy bang, it’s totally doable. Dry shampoo and texture sprays will definitely be your friend. Because bangs lie on the forehead which tends to be oily, you’ll want to keep this hair as oil-free as possible. Set yourself up for success by spritzing your fave dry shampoo at the root and then sparingly spraying a bit more throughout.
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