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Old 10-14-2009, 02:03 PM   #1
 
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See I have these bangs, I'm trying to grow them out. I had my hair layered so they kinda fit with it, but there's still a distance between them and actual hair since I didn't want it any shorter.

My problem comes with styling them. I kinda do it with the rest of the hair as one, but it doesn't really end up the same. If I part my hair to the left, then the left side of the fringe would be frizzy, not as curly as the rest of the hair and a mess all over.

I tried like adding gel to my finger and twisting them, but that failed.

So any advice on how to do 'em? Should I work on it seperatly?
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Old 10-14-2009, 05:04 PM   #2
 
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See I have these bangs, I'm trying to grow them out. I had my hair layered so they kinda fit with it, but there's still a distance between them and actual hair since I didn't want it any shorter.

My problem comes with styling them. I kinda do it with the rest of the hair as one, but it doesn't really end up the same. If I part my hair to the left, then the left side of the fringe would be frizzy, not as curly as the rest of the hair and a mess all over.

I tried like adding gel to my finger and twisting them, but that failed.

So any advice on how to do 'em? Should I work on it seperatly?
I have trouble with my bangs also.
They won't curl just flip up or something stupid.
When I grew them out to about chin length same crap no curl. CK keeps the frizz away.
I use a large curler to keep them from going wild.
My crown in not curly either so kinda it goes together ok.
They seem to have a different texture or something.
Good Luck and if you have any good ideas let me know.
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Old 10-14-2009, 05:44 PM   #3
 
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I have trouble with my bangs also.
They won't curl just flip up or something stupid.
When I grew them out to about chin length same crap no curl. CK keeps the frizz away.
I use a large curler to keep them from going wild.
My crown in not curly either so kinda it goes together ok.
They seem to have a different texture or something.
Good Luck and if you have any good ideas let me know.
Ya, mine are chin length too at the moment.
I don't really use curlers.. or know how.. but I'll try CK.
That's curl keeper or something, right?
Can I get it in any shops in UK? I don't like ordering online unless absolutely necessary.

Hm, my crown is too flat too, I end up wearing a hat everyday to hide it and the fringe =/

Thanks for the help!
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I was just thinking this. I think I'm going to grow my bangs out and get them side swept so they can "blend" with the rest of my hair. The only other way to style bangs is to flat iron them but I'm avoiding all heat styling at the moment.
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Old 11-20-2009, 03:16 AM   #5
 
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I have shorter bangs, and I use a blowdryer on them with a round brush. I don't like them when they're curly; they never look right. I guess I should grow them out, but I've always liked bangs.

I don't know what to do with them, either....
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