i have side bangs but they keep splitting, i have tried to pin them up and leave them for a few days but it just splits again. In this picture (the girl in the yellow shirt with the brown, curly hair) i lovveee her bangs...how would i get them like that??
Additional info, added Tuesday February 19 2008, 2:56 am: whoops forgot to add the pic link :P
Thanks:). Want to answer more questions in the Miscellaneous category? Maybe give some free advice about: Fashion and Styles? Heyman answered Wednesday February 20 2008, 12:54 am: -Take a blow dryer and a round brush
-with the round brush, position the bangs in the direction you want them to be (okay, so a lot of people say to take the round brush and lift them with the hair on top of the brush, but I find it makes my bangs look funky, even when i straighten them. SO take the brush and, as if you're combing them to the side, start to blow dry them in a downwards direction until dry. They may not look completely straight)
-Take a straightener, and straighten on the same side you blow dried them on. Curve your straightener SLIGHTLY at the end. DO NOT take them in the middle of your head and straighten straight down.
-Take a light wax (a tiny tiny bit) and rub between your hands so that the whole underside of your fingers and palm has a light coat of wax on it. Skim your bangs with your waxy hands until they sit correctly. (it is imperative not to use so much wax or they will look greasy)
schwartz answered Wednesday February 20 2008, 12:36 am: Well, you definitely have to straighten them in the direction that your bangs go in. Make sure to curve the straightening iron like a rainbow when you do it so that it curves. Also, when your hair is wet, put your part in so that it doesn't dry straight in the middle. If you just got side bangs, it might take them awhile to settle. But do you have a cowlick in the front? Because if so it will just never work, sorry! Hope I helped. [ schwartz's advice column | Ask schwartz A Question ]
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