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Greasey Bangs

Surefire Ways to Prevent Greasy Bangs

Greasy bangs can hijack your style and make you look tired, dirty and downright messy. Learn a few quick fixes for greasy bangs so you can save your style whether you’re on the go or primping at home.

Greasy Bangs

Why Bangs Get Greasy and How to Prevent It

There are many different reasons your bangs might begin to look oily. You’re bound to be the best judge of what is weighing you down. Common reasons include:

  • Oils from your face/skin – Whether you have an oily complexion or your bangs gets oils from constant touching and fiddling with your hair, this is a common cause of greasy bangs. Fixing the underlying problem — be it blotting your face with blotting paper or finding a way to stop fidgeting — will cut down on oily bangs. It can be difficult not to touch your bangs, but the more you fidget, the more they’ll shine.
  • Too much product – If you regularly apply styling products to your bangs, they can become greasy from product buildup. Ditto on conditioner, which your bangs don’t actually need. Cut way back on the product to enjoy oil-free bangs.
  • Sweat: Sweat from excess humidity or a power workout will bring grease to your bangs. You can’t stop yourself from sweating, so the key here is prevention. You may want to grow your bangs out for summer so you can pin them back and hide your sweat, or else pull your hair back when you’re hitting up the gym.
  • Oily hair – If your hair runs oily in general, you are more likely to experience greasy bangs. Washing your hair and your bangs with a shampoo formulated for oily hair will help, as will following the other suggestions mentioned above.

Greasy Bangs

Top Fixes for Greasy Bangs

Sometimes, despite your best efforts, your bangs can still get greasy. If this happens, you have a few options for fixing your style quickly. Proven methods include:

  • Pinning back your bangs – Definitely the simplest fix if you’re out and about, pinning back your bangs doesn’t remove the grease but it does camouflage your bangs (and grease) from sight.
  • Dry shampoo – If you keep dry shampoo in your purse or your car (hint: If you don’t, you should), a quick spritz will take the grease and oil right out of your bangs.
  • Wet shampoo – If you’re at home, you can give your bangs a quick shampoo (and towel/blow dry) with your regular shampoo. This is certainly more hands-on than either of these other methods — and will require you to re-style your bangs when they dry — but it will de-grease the bangs. As a rule here, don’t condition your bangs as that will only make them more oily.

Bottom line is, bangs can be difficult and they may not be right for everyone. Hopefully these hair care tips will be helpful for keeping greasy bangs to a minimum. What other tips do you employ for keeping your bangs free of oil?

  



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Long Hairstyles With Bangs

Anastasia Ashley Blonde Long Hairstyle with side swept Bangs

Long Hairstyles with bangs are making a strong comeback!

Here Anastasia, wearing the long side swept bangs this season’s hottest looks. I’m seeing long, side swept bangs a lot these days. You know, the fringe that almost look like they aren’t bangs, or like bangs you are trying to grow out? These hairdos have a sort of ultra feminine appeal, in a sultry kind of way. It’s a big plus that you can pull them back into an updo and create height and shape in the hair style, as most of the celebs did at the Oscars this year.

FYI, if you have trouble with the idea of hair falling in your face, you may want to think twice before going with this style. The extreme side part is a big part of this look and the nature of this hairstyle, will be to fall in your face. You could part it down the middle, but then it will no longer be bangs.

So are they bangs or aren’t they bangs? If your fringe covers half your forehead . . . they are bangs.

Jessica Alba  with Long Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs
Jessica Alba, looking hot, with the long hairstyle with bangs
Photo of Long Layered Striaght Hair with Bangs

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Photo of Asian with Long Layered Hairstyle with Bangs

For more great looks check out our Pinterest Long Hairstyles and  Beautiful Bangs Boards.

  



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Trend Alert-The Blunt Cut With Bangs

Kate Moss With Blunt Cut Bangs Hairstyle

 Kate Moss’s New Hairstyle the Blunt Cut With Bangs is Making a lot of Noise

Get this style now ~~ Everywhere I look these past days, I’m seeing fashion editors commenting on Kate Moss’s blunt-cut bangs (or fringe) as our Euro readers know them as a hair trend. This style is certainly not new. Kate Moss was preceded by Girls Aloud beauty Cheryl Cole and bandmate Nicola Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Mischa Barton, Jessica Alba, Freja Beha Erichsen, Heidi Klum and Elizabeth Hurley.
“a blunt cut
hairstyle with bangs
can make you look
years younger”

Celebrity hairdresser James Brown had transformed the supermodel’s straggly haircut into a trend setting hairstyle with a dominating fringe and fresh, shoulder-length style. Ever since Moss started sporting bangs, hairdressers everywhere have been inundated with requests from customers eager to emulate the look. I love the bangs because, if done right, it can make you look years younger and it can cover lines starting to form on the forehead. It is a style that your hairdresser can create with no difficulty whatever.Let’s face it we live in a media spin world and all this noise is bound to make this a hot new style this winter. Stay up with all the happenings in hair trends, and check out more great bangs styles by following our Pinterest Hair Trends and Beautiful Bangs Boards.

  



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