Trying To Grow Out Your Bangs?
These tips will make it easy for you.
Bangs that are all one length will be easier for you to manage as you grow them out.
If you have bangs that are now shorter in the center than they are at the sides you may want to wait the center strands are below your eyelashes when you pull them straight.
Your stylist can then trim a mere 1/16th of an inch to even all of your bangs to the same even lengths.
The product line is large for styling aids, purchase small as possible, or trial sizes of any of the hair pastes, gels, molding muds or waxes.
Using small amount of the products experiment directing your bangs to one side or flipping up and back towards the crown.
Hair accessories can be a great aid to you at this time for managing any unruly bang pieces.
Look for the new adjustable elastic headbands or the ones with gripping teeth that allow you to place the band at various positions on your head from right at the front of your hairline to midway back.
If you are easily prone to headaches you may want to try the band with teeth for only just just a short time to see if you can tolerate it.
To blend your bangs into a up do use very small bobby pins to secure your bangs up and then off your forehead.
Cover the bobby pin line with a velvet, satin, or silk ribbon headband. Those decorated with small flowers or pearls would be especially lovely.
The slides designed for bangs will work well. You can also look for baby or little girl barrettes, they will be on a smaller scale and you will look oh so cute!
As you can see on the model above, you are not locked into one hairstyle while growing out your bangs or fringe.
Using hair accessories, pulling your bangs back, and styling in a chic retro side bang give you great looks while growing out bangs and fringes.