Snip­ping In Bangs: Yay or Nay?

Celebs are mak­ing mi­nor cuts for ma­jor change, but the fringe ben­e­fits don’t ex­tend to every­one

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Hol­ly­wood’s pas­sion for hair ex­per­i­men­ta­tion is caus­ing, well, a big bang! “Celebri­ties love to mix up their style, and cut­ting bangs is an easy way to freshen up their look while mak­ing a bold, beau­ti­ful and edgy state­ment,” says hair­styl­ist Netty Jor­dan, who has worked with Sia and Tove Lo. From straight across to wispy to sideswept, there’s a form of fringe that works for ev­ery face shape. But, Jor­dan notes, not all bang styles shine with ev­ery hair length. “Bangs are not a sep­a­rate en­tity, they are part of a whole, so they work best when they bal­ance a cut for a style that flows to­gether.” An­other cau­tion from Jor­dan for any­one who wants to try the trend: Bangs are a com­mit­ment, so talk to your stylist about your lifestyle to make sure you don’t get a snip that leaves you stressed. And read on to find the bang that best com­ple­ments your cut!

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