Lily Allen stepped out last week looking healthy, lean, understated--and conscious.
But what's with the bangs? Why so long? If she can't get to the salon, she could easily take matters into her own hands. Here's how:
--Trim your bangs when your hair is dry, and use scissors made for haircutting (available at any beauty supply store). DO NOT USE NAIL SCISSORS. They give you a weird curve.
--Divide your bangs into three sections. Grab the first section, pull it straight up into the air, and twist it like a unicorn's horn. Hold the scissors diagonally, and snip off a bit of the ends. Snip only a little at a time, so that each strand slightly differs in length.
--Now let go of the section, and see where it falls. Still too long? Twist and repeat. Do the other two sections, being careful to match lengths to the first.
Get this right, and you'll see what a huge difference a few millimeters can make.
Tired of your bangs (or cut them too short)? Here's some expert advice on how to grow out your bangs seamlessly and stylishly.
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