Pin Them Back
Bangs are a great look, but there's a good chance you'll have a day when you just want your hair to be out of your face. Luckily, there are plenty of options for pinning back your bangs. Pull bangs to one side, twisting them, and securing them above the ear with a bobby pin. Another alternative is to create volume with a mini pompadour. Pull your bangs straight up and back. Pin them down, then push the bobby pin forward to add volume.
Keep it Light
Wispy bangs offer a much softer look than the blunt cut. Wispy bangs will have less volume and more texture. This is a great option for girls with thicker hair who can easily have their look overwhelmed by heavy bangs. The lightness and texture also work well with wavy hair, whether natural or styled.
Try a New Part
Bangs don't need to be kept straight across the forehead. Changing your part is a quick way to change up your look from day to day. A side part can create trendy side swept bangs. A middle part will let your bangs frame your face. Both of these options are great for the awkward in-between phase for those who are growing their bangs out.
Add a Braid
If you're tired of your day to day look, change it up by braiding your bangs. A cute and easy choice is a french braid. Just pull up the top section of hair and make a short french braid, then secure with bobby pins. A trendy new look is the braided crown. Start with a deep side part and braid your bangs across the front of your head, ending over the opposite ear.
Make a Statement with a New Look
/contact.htmlIf it's time for a change in hairstyle, bangs are a fun way to update your look. The stylists at The Salon by Lora Brown will help you find a style that suits your face and your attitude. Contact us today to make an appointment.
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Lora Brown is a master stylist and the owner of The Salon by Lora Brown. She has worked in the salon industry for 30 years.