7 Hairstyles to Use when You're Growing out Your Bangs ...

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7 Hairstyles to Use when You're Growing out Your Bangs ...
7 Hairstyles to Use when You're Growing out Your Bangs ...

Growing your bangs out can be a pain. I’m in this phase right now and sometimes feel very frustrated with mine. These 7 hairstyles are a huge help when you’re growing out your bangs. They make you feel stylish and sleek instead of stressed over your hair.

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Twisting Your Bangs to the Side

hair,face,clothing,brown,hairstyle, Hairstyle number one to try is the side twist. I get so many compliments when I wear my hair like this. It’s simple and anyone can do it, including those of us that’re not particularly gifted with hair styling techniques. Twist your bangs to the side, grabbing in a bit more of them as you go. Secure your hair with bobby pins and you’re all set.

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Braid Them to the Side

hair,blond,hairstyle,face,bridal accessory, This style is beautiful but does take a bit more expertise. A small French braid to the side is such a chic look. You can also continue the braid all the way around your head so that you have a halo braid. There’re some tutorials for this on YouTube if you need a bit of guidance. If you want to dress it up then try adding in some floral hair accents.

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Let Them Blend into the Rest of Your Hair with a Middle Part

hair,black hair,face,person,woman, Sometimes just letting your bangs fall where they may is the option to go with. When you go for a middle part, they’ll blend in more easily. However, you can also do this with a side part but it’s a tad more obvious that you’re probably growing out your bangs when styled this way. But very few people would notice a small detail like that so wear with confidence! This’s how I often wear mine in this awkward growing out phase.

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Pin Them to the Side

hair,face,eyebrow,hairstyle,long hair, If you just want to quickly get your bangs out of the way, this’s the option for you. Pinning them to the side gets them out of your line of vision. It can be aggravating when you have to keep pushing them out of your eyes when you’re growing them out. If you want to jazz this style up a bit, choose some decorative bobby pins. You can also cross them into an x shape for another variation.

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Master the Swoop Bang

eyewear,face,hair,sunglasses,facial expression, I’ll just admit that learning the swoop bang was not easy for me. It took a few tutorials and several tries before I was satisfied with my ability to do this. So don’t give up if it doesn’t come easily to you. The results are worth the effort. It’s a trendy look that’s perfect when you’re growing your bangs out.

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Swoop bangs can be a game-changer, giving you that effortlessly chic vibe. The key to acing this style lies in the direction of the swoop. Start by blow drying your bangs to the side, adding a touch of hairspray to hold the look in place. Practice makes perfect, and soon you'll be rocking bangs that effortlessly transition into your longer layers. This style can soften your features and add movement to your hair, keeping you stylish while you wait for those bangs to grow out.

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Tuck Them behind Your Ear

hair,face,clothing,eyebrow,hairstyle, This can be an option if your bangs are long enough. It depends on how far you are in the growing out process. This’s a cute style. It looks really nice when you’ve curled your hair and got some extra volume going. It can actually give you a bit of a vintage look which I love in a hairstyle.

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Tucking your bangs behind your ears is a great option for those who are in the process of growing out their bangs. It can help to keep them out of your face while still looking stylish. This style is especially nice when paired with curled hair, as the extra volume will help to create a vintage-inspired look. To achieve the best results, make sure to use a curling iron or hot rollers to create loose, natural-looking curls. You can also use a bit of hairspray to hold the style in place. To add a bit of extra flair, you can also accessorize with a headband or a barrette. This is a great way to make the style your own while still keeping it looking chic.

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Go for a Never Fail Headband

clothing,cap,fashion accessory,hat,headgear, Headbands never fail you when you want to get your bangs out of your face. This works for all lengths of bangs, too. Whether you just want them out of the way while you’re working out or you’re going out for the night, headbands can be the answer. There’re different types of headbands to choose from so if you don’t like one option then another one might work for you. There’re athletic, fabric and the more traditional style headbands to choose from.

These’re 7 ideas to try when you’re growing your bangs out. Are you in this process? How do you deal with the awkward stages?

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Where Thoughts and Opinions Converge

I do the master swoop and headband a lot! The swoop is easy, just use a big round brush and blowdry your bangs back a few time and let them fall into a beautiful swoop

I cut my super long bangs off in May and since then I have been growing them out..I do a lot of these

yes I'm in the process and I hate it. I put it to the side and behind my ear, it's a pain, ugh

A half updo works for me in times when I just don't feel like doing much or my hair is more than two days old

Nope. Love my bangs.

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