How To Style Growing Out Bangs?
Whether you are tired of the upkeep or just want to try a new fringe style, there will come a time when you decide it is time to grow out your bangs.
It can be a tough growth stage and is often filled with self-doubt. To help ease you through the transition and make you’re growing process as easy as possible, TRESemme global stylist Dalek Onur-Taylor has shared expert tips and tricks, plus hairstyle ideas you can try to hide your regrowth.
The center part of growing out bangs is a classic way to frame your face and draw attention to your soft features. For this look, it’s essential to part your hair in the middle and uses thinning scissors to cut your bangs in a soft, messy shape. You can even try a layered bang cut if you’re going for a longer, more voluminous style.
Suppose you’re looking for a quick, easy way to keep your middle part in check during the grow-out process; grab some sparkly barrettes. These are perfect for keeping your bangs out of your face while you try and grow them out, says celebrity stylist Alex Izquierdo.
After center-parting your hair, rake a small amount of Dry bar Finishing Cream through your strands to add shine and texture (the brand also offers a spritz texturizing spray that gives just enough hold for this style). Then, on each side of your part, twist a one-inch section of your hair (including the bangs), rolling them into a twisted style as you go. Finally, secure with a bobby pin and ready to go!
If you’re unsure how to style your middle part, don’t be afraid to visit the salon. The stylists there are experts in cutting your bangs into a flattering shape that will complement your features.
During the growing-out process, you can keep your bangs looking sleek and stylish by using various hair products to control the length. This includes a good styling serum and a light mist of hairspray. You should also ask your stylist for a cut to help the growing out process. For example, a layered cut will make your bangs blend better with the rest of your hair.
One of the best ways to style your bangs is to use a variety of clips and accessories. The right clips can give your strands a sleek look while holding them in place. They can be as simple as a couple of bobby pins or as complex as a headband, adding a little oomph to your tresses.
Another way to keep your bangs slick is to curl them with a styling product that provides a decent amount of hold. This could be a texturizing spray or a small amount of Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil (the gold standard, as far as we know). It should also be something that will let your strands do their thing without weighing them down. The most important thing is to find the best product for you, as your bangs can be sensitive to chemicals and oils.
Whether you’re going to a formal occasion or want to feel stylish, a slick back can be a great hairstyle option. It’s a classic men’s style and looks good on many hair types.
If you want to keep the slick back in place throughout the day, it’s important to use a quality product that will hold your locks in place without adding extra frizz. You can also spritz the style with a hair spray once in a while to add a little extra shine.
Slick backs aren’t the most popular styles, but they are versatile and work well with various hair textures. They’re also quite simple to style and look great on short and long hair.
To create a slick back, brush your hair backward and away from your hairline. Next, secure it with a styling product such as a gel. Finally, you can use a comb or a round brush to finish the hairstyle.
A slick back is a great choice for any guy who wants to feel stylish and confident. You can easily adapt it to suit your hair length and texture, and it’s ideal for all occasions.
It’s also a great hairstyle for men who want to keep their hair short or medium-length. It’s ideal for work environments, giving off a neat and professional look.
The slick back can be worn with any fade, but it’s particularly effective when paired with a high fade. This high-fade keeps the hair on the sides and back shorter and longer on top, creating a contrast perfect for a slick back.
In addition to this high fade, you can try a side part with your slick back. To do this, comb your bangs on either the left or right side of your head and pull them back slightly. Once your bangs are pinned back, spray them with a fine mist of hairspray to help keep them in place.
You can also opt for a man bun for a more casual version of the slick back. This look is easy to pull off and requires very little maintenance, making it a perfect option for busy guys.
If you’ve grown out your bangs and aren’t sure what to do with them, there are a few simple ways to style them. You can tuck them behind your ears or hide them with a high bun. You can even slick them back with gel and bobby pins for a more polished look that will help you transition from growing out your bangs to wearing them without the hassle.
If your bangs are just a little too long to wear down but too short to tuck behind your ears, try creating a braided hairstyle. It’s easy to create this look, and works for any hair length.
Before you start, make sure your bangs are tame and smooth with a texturizing spray (Dry bar Finishing Cream is our favorite). Then, pull a few sections of hair from the front and center part and twist them into a French braid.
Once the braid is completed, secure it with a small rubber band or clips. This will help the look last and prevent flyway’s.
Another great way to style your bangs is to tie them into a low ponytail. This looks great on many different hair lengths and can be worn with or without a headband for an effortless bohemian look that’s perfect for any occasion!
You’ll want to get your bangs to a length slightly longer than your chin for this look. Then, ask your stylist to cut them into face-framing layers that will help them blend in with the rest of your hair on the sides of your face.
The best thing about this hairstyle is that it’s super versatile. You can wear it as a high bun, a low ponytail, bubble braids, or any other variation that fits your needs.
If you have a lot of volumes, it’s a good idea to use a mousse or an anti-frizz serum on the bangs before styling them. This will also help them hold their shape and look shiny and healthy.
To tame any unruly bits, try using a blow dryer to smooth your bangs. This will add some body and make them easier to pull up into a bun or ponytail. For an extra boost, consider adding a volumizing spray like Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil to your look.
Growing out bangs can be challenging for many people, but with the right styling tricks, you can make it work.
Here Are Some Tips For Styling Growing Out Bangs:
- Side-swept style: Sweep your bangs to the side and pin them in place with bobby pins. You can also use a headband to keep them in place. This style looks great with both straight and wavy hair.
- Add volume: Use a volumizing mousse or dry shampoo to add volume to your hair. Blow dry your hair using a round brush to create volume and lift at the roots. This will help blend in your bangs with the rest of your hair.
- Braid your bangs: Braiding your bangs can be a cute and stylish way to keep them out of your face. Create a French or Dutch braid with your bangs, and secure the ends with bobby pins.
- Try a hair accessory: Hair accessories such as headbands, hair clips, and barrettes can help keep your bangs in place and add interest to your hairstyle. Choose a hair accessory that compliments your outfit and personal style.
- Use hair gel: Apply a small amount of hair gel to your bangs and slick them back. This style works well if you have thick or curly hair.
- Experiment with updos: Updos such as buns and ponytails can be a great way to style growing bangs. Create a messy bun or a high ponytail, and pull your bangs back with bobby pins.
Remember, growing out bangs takes time, so be patient and experiment with different styles until you find one that works for you. And don’t forget to visit your hairdresser regularly to trim your bangs and help them blend in with the rest of your hair.