I wrote this over a year ago, but it still holds true!
Unless you have been
living in a cabin in Alaska you must know that bangs are the new
black! I remember spending a year growing out my bangs out in 1998 to
have the sleek one length hair do. Times have changed and I have chopped
my locks to sport the bang look and I have never been happier!
bangs because they can create a great frame to your bone structure and
highlight your best assets. If you have fab cheek bones, cutting bangs at that level will draw the eye to them. If you have gorgeous eyes, a shorter bang can add emphasis.
Bangs can also camouflage
a less desirable characteristic. If you have a long face, like me
(think Sarah Jessica Parker) bangs help to shorten and add balance to
your face. Bangs can camouflage a high forehead and also add volume to
The bride and the bang can
be a wonderful thing. Think side swept bangs that point right to your
gorgeous cheekbones. In photos, bangs can add great framing to an
updo. When photographed straight on with an updo the danger is that
the face can look severe. If you have bangs it will soften up the
I recommend gradually
cutting bangs. DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT go from no bangs to the straight across Heidi Klum look. This can be traumatizing! I just told this to be BFF last week (Sharon do you hear me??) Start off slowly with bangs hitting below the nose and then work your way up. Also put the scissors down – go to a professional. And always remember hair does grow back, you can always slick them to the side and wear your hair in a ponytail until they grow in.
achieve the bangs that we love there is usually styling involved.
Unless you have stick straight hair you will have to put a little
effort into the trendy straight!