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Want Bangs?
Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut

There are three things in a woman’s life that are unavoidable: death, taxes and a moment in time when she thinks about getting bangs. Bangs are, and always have been, a classic cut, super versatile and are the best cover up for when you’re experiencing a blemish takeover. If you’re currently at this point in life and contemplating bangs, we’ve laid down a few things you need to know and consider before getting the chop.

Maintenance.

Bangs need constant love and attention. Think trims every two to three weeks, regular washes and daily styling. If you’re one that suits a style that needs little to no maintenance, bangs probably are not the cut for you.

Fake It.

It’s always a good idea to try before you buy and this applies to fringes too. To get an idea of how the style will sit with your face shape, try either faking bangs with your own hair or purchasing clip in bangs, that way you’ll avoid any unexpected results when it’s too late.

Keep calm.

When you to take the leap and cut your fringe, be prepared to experience a lot of trial and error before you perfect the style you’re going for. Keep calm and keep trying because once you master the style, you’ll never look back and will forever be basking in compliments.

See below for some essential products your new bangs will thank you for.

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A classic hair style For thick or long hair A classic hair style For thick or long hair
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Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Add to favourites

Hair Styling

Want Bangs?
Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut

There are three things in a woman’s life that are unavoidable: death, taxes and a moment in time when she thinks about getting bangs. Bangs are, and always have been, a classic cut, super versatile and are the best cover up for when you’re experiencing a blemish takeover. If you’re currently at this point in life and contemplating bangs, we’ve laid down a few things you need to know and consider before getting the chop.

Maintenance.

Bangs need constant love and attention. Think trims every two to three weeks, regular washes and daily styling. If you’re one that suits a style that needs little to no maintenance, bangs probably are not the cut for you.

Fake It.

It’s always a good idea to try before you buy and this applies to fringes too. To get an idea of how the style will sit with your face shape, try either faking bangs with your own hair or purchasing clip in bangs, that way you’ll avoid any unexpected results when it’s too late.

Keep calm.

When you to take the leap and cut your fringe, be prepared to experience a lot of trial and error before you perfect the style you’re going for. Keep calm and keep trying because once you master the style, you’ll never look back and will forever be basking in compliments.

See below for some essential products your new bangs will thank you for.

Go to the tutorial
A classic hair style For thick or long hair A classic hair style For thick or long hair
Add to favourites
Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Add to favourites

Hair Styling

Want Bangs?
Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut

There are three things in a woman’s life that are unavoidable: death, taxes and a moment in time when she thinks about getting bangs. Bangs are, and always have been, a classic cut, super versatile and are the best cover up for when you’re experiencing a blemish takeover. If you’re currently at this point in life and contemplating bangs, we’ve laid down a few things you need to know and consider before getting the chop.

Maintenance.

Bangs need constant love and attention. Think trims every two to three weeks, regular washes and daily styling. If you’re one that suits a style that needs little to no maintenance, bangs probably are not the cut for you.

Fake It.

It’s always a good idea to try before you buy and this applies to fringes too. To get an idea of how the style will sit with your face shape, try either faking bangs with your own hair or purchasing clip in bangs, that way you’ll avoid any unexpected results when it’s too late.

Keep calm.

When you to take the leap and cut your fringe, be prepared to experience a lot of trial and error before you perfect the style you’re going for. Keep calm and keep trying because once you master the style, you’ll never look back and will forever be basking in compliments.

See below for some essential products your new bangs will thank you for.

Go to the tutorial
A classic hair style For thick or long hair A classic hair style For thick or long hair
Add to favourites
Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Want Bangs? Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut
Add to favourites

Hair Styling

Want Bangs?
Things You Need To Know Before Making The Cut

There are three things in a woman’s life that are unavoidable: death, taxes and a moment in time when she thinks about getting bangs. Bangs are, and always have been, a classic cut, super versatile and are the best cover up for when you’re experiencing a blemish takeover. If you’re currently at this point in life and contemplating bangs, we’ve laid down a few things you need to know and consider before getting the chop.

Maintenance.

Bangs need constant love and attention. Think trims every two to three weeks, regular washes and daily styling. If you’re one that suits a style that needs little to no maintenance, bangs probably are not the cut for you.

Fake It.

It’s always a good idea to try before you buy and this applies to fringes too. To get an idea of how the style will sit with your face shape, try either faking bangs with your own hair or purchasing clip in bangs, that way you’ll avoid any unexpected results when it’s too late.

Keep calm.

When you to take the leap and cut your fringe, be prepared to experience a lot of trial and error before you perfect the style you’re going for. Keep calm and keep trying because once you master the style, you’ll never look back and will forever be basking in compliments.

See below for some essential products your new bangs will thank you for.

Go to the tutorial
A classic hair style For thick or long hair A classic hair style For thick or long hair
Add to favourites

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