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Old 02-03-2013, 02:39 PM   #14
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Looks very silky. Also, you can get side bangs without flat ironing too. Here's what I do. It's a bit of process. I part my hair down the middle. (I part it it when I'm showering, mid-way when my hair is full of conditioner and I'm gently detangling with my wide toothed comb.) Then I rinse out, style, go about my day-or night. Once it's fully dry or the next day (I find this works better with next day hair) I carefully, with my fingers switch the part. I take those curls and sweep them over to the side of my face. I rake them a bit with fingers and stretch lightly. Then I secure them with a bobby pin which looks invisible because I place it upside down and inside the hair. Then I add a bit of styling/smoothing product for hold. Voila! Side bangs. Not so curly anymore since I stretched them.
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