So, what makes a choppy fringe worth choosing?
Room to move
Unlike blunt bangs, an uneven chop gives you more space to style your fringe and allows more of a bad-hair-day margin for error. After all, if the ends weren't uniform to begin with, who's going to notice if they aren't exactly where you want them?
How to style choppy bangs
When you have time to wash and dry, apply L'Oréal Paris SLEEK IT Frizz Vanisher Cream to damp hair, then blow-dry with the concentrator attachment. While drying your bangs, sweep them out to one side, then the other, then straight down.
Once dried, warm a tiny amount of Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Hyper Fix Putty on your fingertips, then shape your bangs as desired.
To create a piecey finish, twist small pieces of hair then beak them up with your fingers. Just take care not to overload your bangs with product or you might have to wash it out and start over.
Choppy bangs, like any others, require regular trims to keep them at the right length. The frequency of said trims is different for everyone, but as a general rule, if your fringe isn't behaving itself very well, it's time.
What do you think? Can you see yourself with choppy bangs?
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