Textured hairstyles have become a serious beauty trend of late, but what about textured bangs? Natural curls, waves, kinks, coils and even cowlicks can make styling any bangs difficult but there are some fringed hairstyles that don't require much work to get the hair in place and under control.
1. Curly bangs
If you have naturally curly hair, working with the texture you already have will save you a lot of time. So, instead of blow-drying and straightening your bangs, rock them au naturel and touch up any especially unruly pieces with a mini flat iron once dried.
Apply Advanced Hairstyle CURVE IT Curl Taming Cream to damp hair, comb your bangs and let them air dry.
2. Long, piecey bangs
A longer fringe allows for some extra movement, whether you have naturally textured hair or you create the texture yourself, especially with some low-key strand separation.
Use a really small amount of Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Deconstructing Gum on your fingertips to tousle and twirl individual sections to create a piecey look.
3. Parted bangs
If you want to take a break from heat styling, longer, parted bangs are really easy to air dry, and the soft texture creates a cute, bohemian look.
Spritz damp bangs with Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray, split them in half, then twist the ends out to the sides. Leave the hair like that until it's totally dry, then rake it into place with your fingers.
4. Choppy bangs
Keeping the ends of your bangs non-uniform with a choppy cut is another great way to add texture, especially for anyone with slightly thinner hair.
Use a small amount of Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Hyper Fix Putty to tame any stubborn pieces of hair.
5. Wavy bangs
Naturally wavy hair looks great with long, wavy bangs. They can be swept out to one side or parted in the middle, and they work really well with a tousled finish.
Apply Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray to your bangs when damp, comb them through and leave them to dry naturally.