Are your bangs getting too long? Are you trying to grow out your bangs because you don’t want them anymore? No matter what the reason may be, here are some ways in which you can style your grown out bangs.
Clip Them Back
Need a quick way to style your bangs and get them out of your face? Clipping them back is one of the easiest hairstyles to do. Just grab your hair and pull it out of your face. There are multiple ways to make your hair look fancier. For example, you can twist it first and then clip it back. You also can use fancier clips to pull the look together.
Add some spice to your hair one day and braid your bangs back. You can do either one braid straight back or braid to just one side. Maybe even turn the braids into a headband. There also is the choice of which type of braid you want to do: French, Dutch, regular or fishtail. Besides just putting them in a braid, you can decide to make it more interesting and turn the braids into a half-up-half-down look.
Pull Them into a Top Knot
This is probably one of the most popular trending hairstyles right now if your bangs are long enough. To create the top knot look, pull them straight back and make a small top knot bun. Pull a few chunks of hair gently from the top knot to create some volume and dimension. To push this look further, you can create a half-up-half-down look with the top knot. Perfect for just running out the door, this hairstyle looks like you spent time doing your hair, but really it was just a simple quick hairstyle to throw together. This hairstyle is one that works no matter if you are going out to dinner, or to a party or just running some errands.
Wear a Headband
Just want your hair out of your face but don’t want to tie it all up? Are your bangs at the awkward middle spot where they can’t be pulled back with the rest of your hair? Throw in a headband real quick to just push your hair out of your eyes for the day. This style also works as the perfect accessory to pull an outfit together. Not only that, but it’s also a great way to get your bangs out of your face if you’re going to work out.
Another option is to slick your hair back. This is a common style when you are wearing a high ponytail or bun. Slicking your bangs back is also a great way to get fly-aways under control. It’s a great look if you’re going somewhere and need to look professional or even high-fashion. Just be careful with how much product you use; you don’t want to use too much and have your hair looking oily and greasy! Hairspray is the key to this look, so try to avoid layering too many additional products into your hair to finish it off.
Wear Part of Them Down
When growing out your bangs you can begin to do hairstyles where you leave little strands out front. You braid all your hair and then leave a couple of pieces out in the front just to give it the messier look. Growing out your bangs and being able to pull out strands of hair in the front makes it easier to do some fancy updos or pull together the look of loose hairstyles.
Blow-Dried with a Slight Bend
Are your bangs getting to that point when they’re a bit too long to not style? Don’t worry, there’s a fix for that. Blow-dry them with a round brush giving them more volume and the appearance of being shorter because of how they are bent. All you have to do is just grab some heat protectant and blow dry them to give the curl that out them right above your eye – at least for the time being. This can give your bangs the appearance of the curtain bang, which is very popular right now.
Get Layers When You Get Your Bangs
Instead of just getting bangs, ask your hairdresser if they can also give you some face-framing layers. This allows your bangs to look natural and like they are meant to be that length as they grow out. It is just another way to camouflage your bangs while they grow out and not have to worry about styling them.
There are plenty of ways to style your bangs while you are growing them out. Whether you choose to try out any of these or if this made you think of other things you could do. You will look great!
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