HeyAfter years of curtains, straight bangs are back in fashion. An effect wise and sloppy, to try it in combination with long hair, but also with bobs and pixie cuts. A detail to wear long enough to cover the eyes or very short. The key to his best performance? The lightness
There drawn and layered bangs it is evergreen to try to play with irregular layers, without giving up the margin. In fact, bangs are often thought of as a heavy detail, difficult to manage, almost impossible to maintain when the temperatures rise. The reality, however, is that there are many different kinds of bangs, and choosing the right one is key to getting the most out of your face: except curtain flaps and at mini lengths, in fact, the fringe can be worn full, even, rounded and – why not! – parade. The result is delicate and graceful, suitable for enhancing anyone facial shape and all haircuts, from very long to very short pixie cuts.
Margin margin: what it is and features
Don’t think it’s a classic fringe: it characterizes it parade marginin fact, they are irregularities is given by the scaling. So, the fringe appears fuller than the center part and with a slight effect towards the sides, but not only. There pulled bangsit can even lighten in the center, creating small open noses lightly, with effect wise. The aim is to let the hair spread unruly and very delicately on the forehead, more or less long depending on the effect you want to achieve in the haircut.
All the steps to get layered and layered bangs
Although it doesn’t follow exact rules, theanomalies and asymmetries of layered bangs should be studied in detail based on the shape of the face and the texture of the hair. Extremely versatile, getting the perfectly cut and layered fringe is no easy feat, and for this reason, it’s ideal to rely on a professional. If, however, you want to experiment and try create a straight margin yourselfhere is a step by step guide:
- Wet your hair and separate the section of hair you want to cut from the rest of your hair.
- Take the first front lock, wrap it over it leaving a few centimeters free from the front, then cut your hair at an anglecreating a scale effect.
- Once the cutting phase is complete, divide the fringe into two sections e.g enhance the detailsremoving the ends of the hair by holding the scissors vertically.
- Dry your hair and proceed to styling.
Who is comfortable with loose bangs?
Long or short, the pulled bangs must have a strictly natural appearance. It is enough, of course, that the silhouette and length match facial shape. The faces most enhanced by layered and layered bangs are those a Heart, since this kind of fringe distracts attention from the cheekbones, and the squares, to which it gives more softness. What determines the final result is the crown lengthto which the pulled bangs should be adjusted.
The haircuts that match the layered and parade fringe
Undoubtedly, no haircut flatters one well bangs as stylish as the shag. Layered by nature, rock and subtly sexy, it makes the bangs sloppy by spicing it up with a chaotic and wild enough touch. Likewise, the mullet it can give an even more rock and extreme mood, daring with a sharper contrast. The lightness of the pulled bangs also makes it ideal for combination more severe cuts, from the bob to the pixie, without underestimating the charm of adding a fringe to long hair. The goal, in any case, is to keep the delicate charm of the bangs intact, enhancing it through contrasts or with equally delicate cuts.
Mistakes to avoid with pulled bangs
As beautiful and versatile as it is, the parade margin requires significant maintenance. It’s not just a matter of styling it to accentuate the layers, but frequent trips to the salon to keep the fringe silhouette intact. Be careful though prominent nose and eyebrows because the fringe tends to highlight them and, in the same way, if you wear glasses you should study the length of the drawn fringe against the frame.
Styled bangs: how to combine it with short cuts
On short routes, the parade margin it becomes an ideal accessory to make the look particularly original: that’s it pixie and bowl cut they become fun and unexpected thanks to the margin. An effect similar to the one it gives to the helmet. Loose bangs, in fact, evoke a mood similar to that of the French bob, but abandon the geometric rigor that characterizes this haircut. What determines the final result, then, is the length of the margin itselfwhich can be long enough to cover the eyes and open in the center or shorter, to be worn mid-forehead.
Long hair and swept bangs, guide
An interesting way to bring it parade margin on long hair it is to lengthen the fringe itself, even turning it into a side tuft. Among the options to try, then, is the curly fringe – which will be combined with rings and waves to make the cut very light – but also the mini version of the fringe, which will be worn against the lengths for an alternative effect.