The hairstylist cut my bangs crooked and too short. I'm not sure what to do. They look ugly. I can't pin them up because that looks even worse. Do you have any suggestions on making them look half decent?
Thanks in advance XD
kristen22 answered Thursday April 6 2006, 11:11 am: Wow have I been in your situation. I went to a hair stylist and told her to trim my dead ends and to NOT touch my bangs (I was in the process of growing them out) they were just long enough to finally put behind my ears, anyway she turned me away from the mirror to cut my hair and when I turned bach around she had cut me bangs, stating that I would look better with them because of my face shape. If you could kill someone by giving them the look of death, she would've died on the spot! lol ok so Here's the different types of bangs you can have, (or re-do) what she messed up.
Wispy- "see through" bangs work well for small foreheads and wide face shapes.
Short bangs- through the center with longer pieces at the sides balance a wide forehead and shorten a long face shape.
Long- over the brow bangs accent eyes and give hairstyles an alluring look and help cover a high or narrow forehead.
Straight Blunt bangs- can add a dramatic look to bobbed and long blunt cut styles
Spiky Uneven bangs- add length to a short forehead and draw attention to eyes
Pixie bangs- balance a small face and small facial features.
Side Swept bangs- off sets and soften angular, sharp and large facial features
With what you've told me, about the fact that they are uneven and short, I suggest you go with either Spiky uneven bangs or side swept bangs.
If you gotta sec, here are some examples of what Im talking about.
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