Funky money piece hair is achievable if the hair in the front is lighter than the rest of the mane. This is a technique to accentuate your complexion and accentuate your facial features.
We’re used to bold highlights on long hair, but nothing takes this dramatic trend to the next level like a bang on the bang. They’reThey’re cropped and cut to bring the highlights of your hair further into the spotlight—whether your client has a chunky, super-short cut or an extended, wispy cut. Here, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about dyeing bangs, trimming them, and highlighting your face so you can create the perfect on-trend look for your clients…
3 Rules for Perfect Bangs
- Trim length first
This rule applies only to those clients who donut don’t already have bangs. If they have long layered faces, cut their hair into bangs before applying moisturizer, so you don’t have to use many unnecessary products. This is also crucial so that you can see how the hair falls when it is shorter, as sometimes the position of the hair is a bit different after a trim. At this point, you don’t need to fix the shape; you just cut the hair to the right length, and when the color develops to the end, you can perfect the style of the bangs.
- Apply a layer of firming body balm
For many clients, the front half of the hair tends to be thinner, making them more prone to breakage. That’sThat’s why we recommend using a lighter infused with adhesive to paint on facial highlights. BlondorPlex Open In A New Tab is our choice because it’s infused with our strengthening WellaPlex Open In A New Tab ingredient, so hair is supported throughout the lifting process.
- Adjust the width and color
Don’tDon’t be afraid to get inspired with prominent bangs. You can go thick or thin, chunky or subtle, curly or straight—there’s no limit to this look. Micro fringe and “fringe” (grown fringe) are both on trend, as are curtain bangs, so the length is entirely up to your client and what works best with their unique features.
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Curtain bangs and accentuated facial contours.
Bangs are all the rage these days, so why not give your clients a try with this cut? Trim their long or short bangs and part them down the middle so the hair can flow out to the sides. A smooth blow-dry is a must to define the shape of the hair, so prep it with EIMI style curls, then use a large round comb to brush the hair away from the face. For your face shape, go with BlondorPlex + 4% Chunky Weave and then Color Touch 7/7 + 1.9% for blonde hair.