Health and Beauty
- How To Care For Your Bangs
By Lisa Lach
You know the bangs that
when you walk out of your hairstylists they are perfect, but when you
get your chance to do them - you can’t. They are side-angled,
straight-layered, and maybe even long; but can you ever get them the
same. Do you have a cowlick in the middle that never straightens out?
Here is what you can do for your bangs.
Blow-dry your bangs
towards the front of your face. If you are using a round brush the
hair with the blow-dryer on it from root to end. If you then blow-dry
your sides towards the same direction when you lift your head and part
towards the side or near center, your bump in the front is gone. Use a
straightener for even straighter lasting results.
After blow-drying your
hair put a Velcro roller in the front with another one behind it.
Spray with a light hairspray and leave in while you apply your make
up. Take out brush to your desired style and get the bangs you like.
If these two have your
patience wearing thin, purchase a straightener and get your finished
look. Just remember straighteners’ cause a lot of damage so use
conditioner every time you wash it while using a straighter for a
Apply a lite wax or shine,
to keep your hair in place all day long. Lightly finish with a lite hair