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CURTAIN BANGS
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Curtain Bangs for Every Hair Type

Curtain bangs have made their way on the list of hair trends to love this year, and we’re eager to see the wispy bang hairstyle take over our social media once again. They’re face-framing, soft, and add that subtle touch of sultriness to your look. We know that choosing to get bangs isn’t simple since they will need extra work to keep styled the way you want each day. If you get a bangs wrong, you could become fodder for social media memes—even some of the celebrities couldn’t avoid that fate. Bangs can be unforgiving when done wrong.

WHAT ARE CURTAIN BANGS?

Curtain bangs used to be very popular in the ’70s hairstyle where the bangs are styled with a part down the middle, framing your profile on each side. They’re generally on the longer side and have wispy, soft edges, giving them a laid back vibe. The great news is, curtain bangs work great with straight, wavy, and curly hair types. Also, they are super versatile and can complement various hairstyles like ponytails, up-dos, buns, and much more.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR FINE HAIR

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If you have fine hair, the main problem you may fall into is your bangs looking thin and rare. In this case, enough hair must be carried forward for the cut. If the cut is done properly, curtain bangs can represent thicker hair and add volume.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR CURLY HAIR

Yes, it’s possible! If you have curly hair, however, come to the salon with your original texture intact. Then, have your stylist trim your fringe dry so you can be assured the length is shaggy and long enough to get a curtain bang.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR COARSE HAIR OR TEXTURED

If you have coarse hair or texture, the difficulty will be creating natural and thin bangs. We advise requesting your hairstylist use texturizing shears to make the edges light and wispy.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR WAVY HAIR

If you have wavy hair, be assured to consider styling options with your hairstylist first before the cutting so that they can discover the best way to cut your hair.

If you cover your natural wave, then request a dry cut. If you are blowing them out, then you should style your hair the way you plan to flaunt the bangs the day of the appointment so your stylist can suggest the proper cutting technique.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR STRAIGHT HAIR

The cutting technique to make volume will be required. Using texturizing shears to generate movement and stress in the hair and using a volumizing root spray and a dry texture spray can change curtain bangs with straight hair. It’s necessary to consult with your stylist to discuss your hair texture and how you are planning to style your hair to decide if curtain bangs are really best for you. A great way to fit into a new look and prevent guilt is to start with long bangs—ones that graze your cheekbones and can be tucked back into your ears.

CURTAIN BANGS FOR THICK HAIR

For thick hair, it’s all about having the length of the fringe a bit longer so that it can mix into your face-framing pieces. The great news is if you have thick hair, you can get the wispy bang look with much less hair.

HOW DO YOU MAINTAIN CURTAIN BANGS?

The curtain bang is the classic “lazy girl’s bang.” Thanks to their length, they are low maintenance and, if they’re long enough, they can even be tied into your ponytail—the preferred pandemic style option. You can decide to keep the length with trims or choose to go longer within trims and grow them out. You can comfortably trim them yourself with a tiny pair of scissors. Dry shampoo can work great on a set of full bangs, making them more controllable and cleaning up any oil that has developed from pushing them out of your eyes.

Also Read: Hair Care Routine

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