Two months into lockdown 2.0, and we are all trying to entertain ourselves by trying our hands at things like cooking, hairstyling, and skincare. So, if you’re one of those who has chopped off their bangs right now, you’re in the right place.
Instagram is currently flooded with celebrities pulling off fringes haircuts. From Taylor Swift’s bangs to Bella Hadid’s wispy set- the longer we scroll, the more we get convinced to take scissors and chop ours off too. So, if you’re looking for a sign to cut your bangs, let this be it.
If you are looking for something a bit more subtle, you can opt for soft curtain bangs with more volume on the sides than on the front- that way you can easily clip them away in case you aren’t feeling the feathered vibe. All you need to do is coat your bangs and hair with a small amount of serum or a mousse to tame frizz and add texture.
PSA: If you’re in-between lengths, there’s nothing to stress about. In fact, you can rock a Dua Lipa-inspired super straight and shiny AF look. Part your hair down the middle to make your grown-out bangs look more like layers. To get that straight-on-top texture, grab a hair straightener, quickly run it along your bangs and finish with a strong-hold hairspray to keep everything in place.
This hairstyle is effing pretty and super easy to DIY. We love how people are embracing their natural hair texture with this particular hairstyle. Use a texturising spray to play up your hair volume and texture with this look and get ready to turn heads. You can also opt for mid-length face-framing bangs. Not only do face-framing bangs look ultra-chic but the haircut also works as a trick to give a more sculpted look.
Leave it to Jennifer Yepez to make bangs look so damn cool. The key to acing this look is styling your tresses stick-straight and super sleek. A little pomade like this one goes a long way to keep those frizz and flyaways at bay. This hairdo will take your glam quotient a notch higher and is perfect for your post-pandemic bar hoping.
Gone are the days of flat-ironed bangs. This perfectly wavy hairstyle is yet another option to let your natural hair texture shine through. This one is low-maintenance and suits all hair textures. Try this hairdo if you want something a little less picture-perfect and a little more effortless and elevated. It’s versatile enough to be worn scattered on the front or parted down the middle.
Looking for a throwback trend? Voluminous hair coupled with bangs can really make a noticeable difference in your overall look. If you love leaning into ’90s beauty aesthetics, this blown-out style is for you. To keep it modish and elevated, give your tresses a little more movement by ditching the hairspray. This one is especially perfect for folks with long hair.
Ready to sport a statement look on your virtual chilling sessions?
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