The Best Hairstyles with Bangs
If you're thinking about getting bangs, here's the key: You have to find a hairstyle that'll flatter your face shape. Here's the info you need
Best bangs for you: A long, angular, side-swept bang
"If you're trying to create an oval, then a round face just needs to be elongated, so you certainly wouldn't want to put blunt bangs on the widest part of a round face," says Thomas. Any kind of fringe that cuts a third of the roundness off to create that oval shape works, therefore "a long, swept across bang is good for a round face shape."
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Pro Tip: Apply a volumizer at the root like TIGI Catwalk Root Boost, $9.99. Then use a round brush to blow dry your bangs front, back and side-to-side, so that the hair lifts more at the root. "It's a great way to give some lift to it and some life to it, " says Thomas, because long bangs tend to lie flat.
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