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4 cute ways to grow out your bangs

 

With the temps getting hotter every day, bangs can easily become a sweaty mess, especially when you’re trying to grow them out. If you’re in that awkward middle stage when you’ve got longish bangs that are tough to make work, read on for our hair-savers that’ll keep ‘em outta your eyes and off your face.

 

1. Pin ‘em back

Brush your bangs back towards the back of your head. To add volume, push them forward so that the bangs pouf up a li’l. Secure with a fun feathery peacock hair clip.

 

 

 

Peacock Barrette, $18, karmaloop.com

 

2. Twist ‘em

Whether you like to part your hair in the middle or wear it to the side, a great way to keep annoying bangs out of your eyes is to twist ‘em: Pull your bangs up, give them a twist and pin to one or both sides. For an extra style boost, add a jeweled bobby pin. Glam!

 

 

 

Pieces Fritza Hair Pin, $13, asos.com

 

3. Braid ‘em

Braided bangs will turn your tresses super chic instantly! Try a fancy fishtail braid or just loosely weave ‘em down the side. Secure with bitty bobby pins and voilà! For extra fanciness, add a braided headband that’s close to your hair color.

 


Daytrip Braided Headband, $11, buckle.com

 

4. Hide ‘em under a cute headband

You picked just the right time to grow out your bangs: Headbands are the must-have accessories this season. Try a feathered one, or pick one with a sweet side bow. For your biggest bash, add this gorge sequin headband to your collection:

 

 
 
Black Sequin and White Beaded Leaf Headband, $25, etsy.com
 
 

BY ALICIA MIERZWA ON 5/1/2012 11:00:00 AM

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