growing out straight bangs w/ curly hair

I have a hair type that is around 3a and 3b. I currently have straight bangs. They used to be straight across but i've started pushing them to the side. I want to grow them out but when I don't straighten them, they do this weird flippy thing that looks really bad.

I have no idea how to go about growning them out. If anyone has ever done this please give me some advice.
Thanks!
I have a hair type that is around 3a and 3b. I currently have straight bangs. They used to be straight across but i've started pushing them to the side. I want to grow them out but when I don't straighten them, they do this weird flippy thing that looks really bad.

I have no idea how to go about growning them out. If anyone has ever done this please give me some advice.
Thanks!
Originally Posted by sachi106
When I used to wear my hair straight a lot, I had very short bangs compared to the rest of my hair. I always hated the way my bangs would look when (god forbid) I'd let my hair be curly.

When I made the decision to start wearing it curly I had some side pieces cut and some layering to better blend the short pieces with the rest of my hair. That way even though your bangs may stick out it looks "normal" next to the rest of your hair.
type 3a/b, baby fine to medium, normal to high porosity except the canopy which is high.
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recently chopped off about 4" - HOW LIBERATING!!! Learning to love my hair again instead of hating it for being a knotty mess.

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