For an explosive look, book an appointment with your stylist and ask for bangs!
Short, crimped, curly, straight or tapered—there’s a style for everyone.
Often, women who want to try bangs are put off by the challenges involved in maintaining this look. Here are a few ways to fix the most common issues.
MY BANGS SEPARATE (AND GET OILY QUICKLY)!
After the gym or simply at the end of the day, bangs can become oily and stick to your forehead. In addition to being less visually pleasing – although a few models were sporting sticky bangs on runways – it can cause an accumulation of sebum on the forehead and in turn cause your skin to break out.
If possible, wet your bangs after your workout and simply let them dry. Or you can always use a product many women rely on: dry shampoo.
Our suggestion: Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk
MY BANGS LACK VOLUME
Even if they don’t become oily and stick to your forehead, bangs can sometimes fall flat. Start by making sure the styling products you use aren’t weighing your hair down. You can also opt for the following trick: when drying your hair, simply put your hand on your forehead to raise your bangs and dry them by pointing your blow dryer up.
Our suggestion: So Smooth Boar 43mm Ceramic Rnd. Brush
My bangs curl
Lucky you! All kidding aside, this season is the perfect opportunity to leave your bangs in their natural state. Curly and textured hair is in style and the same goes for your bangs. All you need is a bit of hair oil to increase the shine of the locks that frame your face.
Our suggestion: Hask Argan Oil from Morocco Healing Shine Hair Treatment