If your child has decided that she wants to have bangs, it is important to take the time to have her consider the type of bangs she wants. There are many options when it comes to bangs and considering the activities she enjoys will help you and her choose bangs that will fit into her lifestyle nicely. The following guide walks you through a few things to take into consideration when choosing a style of bangs for your child.
Blunt bangs are bangs that simply go across the forehead in a straight line. They can be cut short or long to create the exact style your child wants. Blunt bangs are often designed to be a little bit shorter than the other two bang options, making them harder to clip back when needed. If your child plays sports, she may want to be able to clip her bangs back from time to time to avoid them becoming a sweaty mess during a game. Blunt bangs may not be the best option, if this is the case.
Long, Sweeping Bangs
Long, sweeping bangs are a great option for someone who has never had bangs before, but wants to try them. The bangs typically go down to or a little bit past the person's eyes and part over one eye or the other. The bangs sweep to one side of the face and create a stylish look without being too short to pin back when needed.
Feathered bangs are bangs that are cut in a similar style to blunt bangs, but designed to be a bit longer and to frame the person's face. Feathered bangs do not have a crisp, sharp edge at the bottom and can be pulled up as needed, like the sweeping bangs.
Bangs will grow out over time, so it is a decision that will not greatly impact your child's life overall, but choosing a style that will make them feel the most comfortable and confident is important. If your child is still unsure about the style they want after discussing the options with them, consider visiting a beauty supply store and purchasing a set of clip-in bangs. A stylist like Verve Salon & Spa Ltd hair can style the bangs all three ways to allow your child to see the looks before she chooses the one that is right for her. Your child may need to see the styles a few times before choosing, so be patient and give her the time she needs.Share
2 March 2016
I am the mother of four kids under the age of eight. I love my kids dearly, but they do run me ragged at times. By the end of the day, I am worn out and ready for bed. Once a month I reward myself for all of my hard work by going to the spa for a few hours. I get a massage, get my hair styled and get my nails done. Visiting a spa regularly can be a rejuvenating, healthy experience. Find out how beneficial this treatment is for a hardworking mother like me here on my blog.