How to stop my bangs from moving around and getting greasy?
I grew my bangs out because they were starting to be too much of a hassle. I want to cut them again but first I want to see if it will be worth it or if i'll just have the same problems as before. I want side sweep bangs, but they always split awkwardly or fall apart, and by the end of the day after fixing them and adjusting them so much they look gross and greasy. How can I avoid this? Thanks!
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Answered by: RubyDenise Stylist, Make-up Artist, In her 40's
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Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
You can train the way your bangs fall by drying with a round brush. Rather than actually twirling the hair around the brushes barrel, brush bangs from side to side while holding heat on them. Do not twirl hair. Instead, just continue to brush from side to side until bangs are completely dry. This helps to counteract and neutralize the cowlicks and growth pattern allowing the bangs to fall wherever you desire. As for the greasy looking problem, try a dry shampoo as these products are a very effective way to absorb excess oil from the head. Also make sure not to touch the bangs or forehead throughout the day!
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