My hair is just below chin length with side-swept bangs that are about nose-length when totally straight.
For the past month or so, I've been wearing my hair wavy--which is how it is naturally in the winter--and straightening my bangs. I like how it looks, but I am getting a little sick of it. It usually looks like this:
(That was taken on vacation in Florida, so it's a little curlier than usual).
Anyway, I just bought some re:coil, though, and whoa is my hair curly! (No pic yet...) I really like it curly, but I can't get my bangs to look right. They look kind of strange straightened with the rest very curly, but they don't curl on their own, either.
Any suggestions on how to get my bangs to be curly? Any pics from people who wear their bangs curly?
I don't have pictures but I also have bangs that I normally blow straight. Now I am letting them go curly with the rest of my hair but it takes time. I guess blowing them straight for so long they have to learn to curl again. I started just pin curling them about 2 months ago and now they are pretty much curling on their own. Sometimes better than other times, but adding a little extra product helps too.
I agree that it just takes time for bangs that have been straightened for a long time to re-discover their own curl. If you used to blow-dry all of your hair straight, remember how long it took for the rest of your curls to re-emerge? Give your bangs a little time and little more pampering and an extra little boost of curl product, and they'll come around. :wink:
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