Motivated by celebs like Jennifer Garner, Penelope Cruz or Fergie to get bangs? Before you do, consider these questions from Bumble and Bumble stylist, Sarah Rappolt.
Are you really going to blow dry them everyday? Because if you don’t have the time, blunt bangs aren’t for you, unless your hair is stick straight.
How frequently are you able to make it to the salon for bang trims? While most salons offer this service complimentary, bangs do need to be touched up every three to four weeks.
If you do decide to get bangs, Sarah says longer, sweepy, mid-cheek bangs are the most universally flattering and easiest to maintain. “They work for straight, wavy and curly hair,” she says. Plus, they’re long enough to pull back into barrettes or a ponytail for a different look or when you want your hair off your face.
To save time styling your hair, you can wash only your bangs, them blow them out, use a hair powderor flat iron them. When flat ironing, Sarah recommend holding them straight up for blunt bangs or doing longer, swoopy bangs the opposite way to avoid getting a kink.
While Sarah doesn’t condone cutting bangs yourself, she says that