Are you considering taking the leap and wearing a long haircut with bangs? If so, it makes sense. It’s a new year, and bangs are a new way to create a new you!
Everyone has a moment where they think “To Bang or not to Bang?” while holding a pair of scissors in hand. For many, the moment passed without any loss of length, for others, they took the step and never looked back. Bangs can completely transform your face; it would be ludicrous not to consider them.
There are so many different types of bangs and styles to wear them in. Perhaps you are a classic side-swept bang type, but would like to take the plunge and go for a new long hairstyle with fringe. We have tips and suggestions for the coolest long haircuts with bangs to help you make the right decision.
In this article:
- 55 Ideas of Long Haircuts with Bangs to Try
- Tips to Consider Before Cutting Bangs in Your Long Hair
- How to Choose the Right Bangs for Your Face Shape
- How to Choose Your Bangs by Hair Type and Texture
- How to Cut Bangs in Long Hair on Your Own
- How to Grow out Bangs
55 Ideas of Long Haircuts with Bangs to Try
If you have decided to take the plunge and try out long haircuts with bangs, we have plenty of suggestions for you to consider. Everything from color to shape, style and texture, we have an option for everyone.
1. Long Pink Hair with Bangs
Long hair with bangs is more fun in a soft color. Cute shades of pink and long bangs with a touch of shape to them keep the look soft. Long hair with a soft color and framing fringe looks great smooth or tousled.
2. Ombre Long Hair with Dark Bangs
With ombre hair people can be concerned about the continuity of the color in long hair with bangs. If the color starts far enough down the length of the hair, the roots will make up the bangs. One of the cutest long hairstyles with bangs, these black bangs and lavender ombre hair look beautiful, and the loose fringe perfectly accents her cheekbones.
3. Dark Long Waves with Fringe
Long waves and heavy fringe make the perfect combination. Highlights keep the length from looking too heavy. The fringe provides a face-framing softness, even in the darkest hair.
4. Sun-Kissed Sandy Brown Long Hair with Bangs
Brown hair with a touch of sandy colored highlights looks great when long. Just a touch of sandy blonde kissed through the ends of the bangs keeps the hair looking good, even as it grows out in length. Long haircuts with bangs that reach the bridge of the nose can be brushed just slightly out of the way.
5. Beachy Blonde Long Hair with Bangs
Beachy looking waves on blonde hair with a light, lengthy fringe create a comfortable and relaxed look. Her cheekbone-dusting fringe is designed to be moved out of the eyes. This is one of the low-maintenance long haircuts with bangs for you to consider trying!
6. Shaggy and Comfortable Bangs on Long Hair
Lengths designed to grow out and look effortless start with an excellent cut. The bangs feature a face-framing variance in length that will grow out without ever looking odd or strange. This is the epitome of an ‘effortless chic’ long hairstyle with bangs.
7. Smoked Out Balayage Hairstyle with Bangs
Balayage highlights work beautifully well on long haircuts with bangs. The smokey silver and brown base look beautiful together and will grow out smoothly. The light, slightly curved bangs will also grow out well.
8. Heavy Curved Bangs on Long Hair
Heavy bangs on long haircuts can really shorten your face, so they are a good choice for anyone hoping to round their face out. The curved ends of the bangs are beautifully face framing, but the length could be a problem without a slight curl at the end.
9. Dark Grey Fringe Hairstyle
Silver and grey hair is very on trend, and this long hairstyle is an excellent example of why. As long haircuts with bangs go, this one shows off a curved fringe that lays mostly straight with just the slightest bit of length on the end. The long lengths of grey hair get lighter toward the end and look lovey with a bit of texture thrown in.
10. Growing Lengths
If you are growing out your bangs and worry about a cute everyday look, check out this long hairstyle! Bangs are brushed to either side but still manage to frame the face. This long haircut with bangs is effortless and cute, and the layers will continue to grow out nicely.
11. Dark Lengths, Sparse Fringe
All long hairstyles with bangs don’t need a big heavy fringe to look chic. Light, fluttery bangs can be all you need to complement a straight long hairstyle without making it look too heavy.
12. Shattered Texture and Long Bangs
A shattered texture cut on longer hair with bangs is emphasized with a lighter color interspersed throughout the style. The fringe is longer on the ends, highlighting the eyes and rounding out the face.
13. Magenta and Purple Layered Long Hair with Bangs
Cleverly done color can be echoed through bangs as well. A shorter fringe with long loose waves shows off a beautiful dye job.
14. Lightweight Bangs on Long Hair
Good lightweight fringe moves easy and tickles right across the bridge of the nose. This type of bang is great for long haircuts because they are easy to hide or incorporate into other styles.
15. Bleached and Thrown Back Fringe Hairstyle
A straighter bang with the slightest turn at the ends is just another way to style bangs of a certain length. Wearing your bangs in more than one way will make them easier to enjoy.
16. Lighter Crescent Fringe
With just the right amount of fullness to it, these bangs sit up for a bit of volume and float over the forehead. These can be worn as they are or with the lightest bump of a curling iron or flat iron.
17. Long Hair with Short Blonde Bangs
Bangs this length require regular trims to maintain this look. They fall perfectly, just floating above the eyebrows, looking amazing with the long hair.
18. Side-Swept Angled Bangs
One of the most flattering long haircuts with bangs anyone can wear is this style with a side-swept bang. It is slightly angled and due to the length the bangs can be worn multiple ways.
19. Custom Color Fringe Hairstyle
Soft rose colored hair and a thinner, sparse bang only boost the romanticism of the this color and cut. The soft waves blend around the longer bangs perfectly.
20. Long Hair, Long Bangs
Amber and blonde ombre hair is stunning, and long hair can carry a lot of weight. The shiny long hair and bangs are a great and classic style that easily transitions into long layers and can be worn up, down and with the bangs hidden.
21. Textured and Blended Fringe Hairstyle
Bangs have a tendency to be straighter than the rest of your hairstyle, but here it works in its own way. The textured choppiness of the fringe looks natural and interesting without being severe.
22. Barely There Bangs on Long Hair
The difference these bangs make are easygoing and light. No heaviness here! The slight bang is at perfect eyebrow length, giving the long hairstyle just a bit of levity.
23. Choppy Micro Fringe
Micro fringes, or baby bangs as they are also called, require a bit of guts. They are much shorter than they look, but their potential to really highlight your face is nothing short of magnificent. The choppiness of these baby bangs creates an angle perfect for the part of her hair; they just disappear into the lengths at the edges of her face.
24. Blunt, Brushed Rose Bangs
Stronger, more blunt-cut bangs that cross the forehead just above the eyebrows like these do, can come off as a bit severe in darker hair colors. In this medium to light color transition, the bangs look less edgy and flatter her skin tone perfectly.
25. Spiky Bangs Framed with Long Curls
The length that brushes across the eyebrows won’t overpower a barrel-curled style. With just a little shuffling with your fingertips, the bangs are refreshed and moving with the long curls.
26. Long, Feathery, Curved Bangs
Nose bridge-kissing fringe is flirty and adorable whether your long hair is up or down. This is the fringe that has movement and chicness in every style and can easily be hidden and transitioned.
27. Long Framing, Center Parted Bangs on Long Hair
A long haircut with long side bangs has a lot of movement and seems to want to lay perfectly. This is a perfect long hairstyle with bangs for framing the eyes without completely covering the forehead with a fringe.
28. Textured Brown Fringe
The most natural and deceptively effortless looking fringes are these slightly choppy bangs on long hair. The soft color and choppy, detailed fringe perfectly kiss the eyebrows and have a lot of movement in a textured long hairstyle with bangs.
29. Blonde Bumped Bangs
Smooth, shiny bangs on long hair curve and catch the light from multiple angles. The interspersion of shades of blonde hair makes her mane appear to glow, framing her face in soft golden light.
30. Wispy Bangs on Long Layered Hair
A layered, long haircut with bangs that are wispy and lightweight is a good look. It’s an easygoing style that is not difficult to maintain and works well even on fine hair.
31. Electric Ombre Bangs
This is definitely a color treatment that requires attention, and the colored bangs on long hair will need extra maintenance as well. The effort is completely worth it, as the blunt bangs have just the right amount of weight taken out of them for a great shape and to show off the color transition. The half updo is a cute way to style your long haircut with bangs on a daily basis!
32. Lavender Tipped Bangs on Long Hair
This long haircut with bangs shows that freshly trimmed bangs will continue to fall “just right.” Originally, she had blonde ends and highlights, but the stylist trimmed her bangs and overlaid her hair with lavender, making certain there is a show of lavender hair color in the bangs as well.
33. Mermaid Long Hair with Layered Bangs
Midnight blue mermaid hair and long side bangs that lend in beautifully lead to the most versatile of long haircuts with bangs. Her bangs are long enough to be incorporated into a ponytail or worn on one side rather than the other.
34. Textured Pink Hair with Bangs
Pieced and shaggy, this is a great bang for a carefree look. Since all bangs require maintenance, long, layered textures are the best and easiest to handle as well as flattering.
35. Lightweight Icy Bangs on Long Hair
Long hair with a blunt bang is flattering on longer faces. The addition of the icy platinum blonde hair color takes the level of shine up for an overall amazing look.
36. Long, Straight, Blunt Bangs on Long Hair
A long haircut with blunt bangs is a staple style for a reason – it looks amazing. The look is simple, but the upkeep is not! Hot oil treatments and a good flat iron are key to maintain this long hairstyle with bangs.
37. Long Hair with Angled Bangs
Side-swept bangs create a good look for all face shapes, especially when growing your bangs out. Cutting the bangs on an angle for a long hairstyle like this is also a good look.
38. Short Blunt Bangs on Long Hair
Blunt bangs make a very straightforward statement. Essentially these are the ‘can’t miss me’ style of bangs that round out a long, oval face.
39. Growing Out, Center Split Fringe
As bangs grow out, splitting them down the center is a great way to keep wearing them without having to hide them away. Brushing to either side softly still maintains the bangs and look, but in a wearable and comfortable way.
40. Rich Burgundy Lob with Bangs
A lob (long bob) doesn’t always include a bang, but when it does – WOW! The heavy crescent bang adds another dimension to the long haircut.
41. Balayaged Blonde Hair with Bangs
A shorter crescent bang framed by long blonde balayaged layers is fun and warm. The softness is ideal even with the heavier crescent shaped bang that stops halfway down her forehead to ideally frame her face.
42. Dark Heavy Bangs on Long Hair
The thorough baby lights in her long hair look great against the heaviness of the dark bang. Dark, long hair with bangs can be done a number of ways, including the incredible texture seen here.
43. Eye-Kissing Fringe Hairstyle
Light, moving hair from root to tip is an easy enough style, but the light front fringe makes for an eye-popping addition. The fringe is thin enough to not be heavy and thick enough for the ideal face-shaping illusion.
44. Rainbow Bangs on Long Hair!
Rainbow hair color takes a practiced hand to pull off and blend perfectly, especially in bangs. Her bangs start bright and end bright, looking amazing from top to bottom without overpowering the colors in the longest part of her hair.
45. Light Colors and Light Bangs
Cool thin bangs can easily be brushed aside or brought to the front. They help shape the face ideally and create an easygoing long hairstyle with bangs.
46. Razor Cut Micro Fringe
Micro fringe and a razor cut are a match made in heaven. If your stylist comes to you with a razor for your long haircut, trust them! It looks amazing at the end, natural and with a lot less bulk.
47. Split Bangs on Long Hair
Softly curled bangs, split down the center, look great from either side and perfectly frame the face. This is a great long haircut with bangs for a maintenance trim while growing bangs out as well.
48. Long Hair with Shaggy Bangs
Longer hair with shaggy bangs is a reliable, chic look. The fringe is framed by longer pieces that work like layers into the rest of her hair and adds a bit of versatility to the look.
49. Plum and Blueberry Textured Long Hair with Bangs
One of the best ways to show intricate color jobs is on a long haircut with bangs. The rich plum hair color with hints of blueberry throughout echoes throughout her hair from her lightweight fringe through the barrel-curled lengths.
50. Long and Flowing Hairstyle with Fringe
Long bangs that are easy to brush out of your face are a desire for many, and as they grow out you get what you want! Here her crescent bangs have easily maintained their shape and can be center split and brushed to the sides.
51. Short Chopped Copper Bangs on Long Hair
Long copper hair and short matching color bangs are a smooth and cool look that is perfect for a girl with glasses. Many fringe styles can interfere with shade or glasses, and simultaneously mess up your hair and your glasses or get caught in the temples!
52. Long Hair with Side-Swept Bangs
The cheekbone-kissing length of these side-swept bangs is very flattering. There are many different ways that side-swept bangs can be worn and still look good and as they grow out it will continue to impress.
53. Baby Bangs and Long Hair
Baby bangs are for the brave, as they require a lot of maintenance but are a cute and interesting look. The face-framing quality of a bang is still there without so much of your face being hidden.
54. Overall Debulked Fringe Hairstyle
New bangs on long thick hair look best when the bulk is taken out, as it is here. Her bangs are edgy and textured and beautiful. An extra thick hair texture can make bangs look less flattering if the bulk is not taken out.
55. Blunt Fringe and Bright Colors
An interesting long hairstyle often includes an interesting color and the key is to never leave out the bangs. The smooth blunt bangs really show the difference in the custom color as well.
Tips to Consider Before Cutting Bangs in Your Long Hair
Bangs are a big commitment. They require more maintenance than the rest of your hair. Your bangs can show damage long before the rest of your hair. There is no ‘undo’ button, though they can be camouflaged.
Bangs, especially long haircuts with bangs are a dramatic, drastic change. So, here are a few things to consider before grabbing the shears or calling your hairstylist.
What Type of Bangs Do You Want?
There are a lot of different types of bangs. Not only are there varying degrees of length, but also thickness and texture. If you see bangs that you like, but are wondering if they will work on you, look for similar face shapes to yours, and similar hair texture.
Do you want a thick, heavy bang? Perhaps pixie bangs have caught your eye. Blunt bangs are popular, and side-swept bangs are eternally popular as well. But what about your hair type?
Is your hair fine or thick? There are plenty of long haircuts with bangs that will work for you; it is just a matter of visualizing before you make the cut. We’ll cover bangs by hair type and face shape in just a minute.
Are You Nervous? You Have Two Options!
Option 1: If you really want cute, perfect fringe across your forehead but are not ready to make the cut, work your way into it. Start with a side-swept bang. Bangs need constant maintenance, so talk with your stylist and gradually have your stylist change the shape.
Option 2: Do a test run. There are faux bangs that you can purchase that clip in the front of your hair that you can try. There are also some that come on a headband, but my favorite for those who want to try bangs with long hair is the high ponytail or a bun with bangs.
Here’s how to pull faux bangs off:
- Smooth your hair into a high ponytail and secure it tightly with a hair tie.
- Take a section of hair from the top of your ponytail and flip it forward to create your faux bangs.
- Adjust the length of the bangs to look how you want them to and use bobby pins to secure it (if you have fine hair, use a bit of dry shampoo to create texture.).
- For the most natural look, pin it close enough to the ponytail that it can be hidden when you wrap the ponytail or create the bun.
- Lightly curl your bangs and fan them out a bit. Put a curl in the end of your ponytail if you intend to wear it out. If you want to wear a bun with faux bangs, fan your ponytail out, then wind and pin loosely to cover the bobby pins from step 4.
- Accessorize! The easy choice is a headband, but a bow, flower or if you’re feeling daring, a fascinator is a great way to accessorize.
Train Your Bangs
Do you normally part your hair? Which way? Your bangs will come from the front of your head, so they will follow the direction that you usually wear hair in.
If you part in the center or off to the side, then your hair will continue to do that. You will have to train yourself and your hair to lay the way you need it too.
On the plus side, the look will be much more different and cause an even bigger stir upon the big reveal. Get used to pulling your hair forward rather than brushing it off to the side if your bangs are not designed to be side swept.
Keep Your Bangs Fresh
The key to beautiful long hairstyles with bangs is keeping your fringe fresh. Don’t be afraid of a regular maintenance trim, especially if you love the length you are at.
Hair grows, on average, a half an inch per month, and it will never be more apparent than with your bangs. Even if you intend to grow your bangs out, dusting, which is a teeny-tiny maintenance trim, will keep your bangs looking great by keeping split ends and damage at bay.
Get A Good Flat Iron!
Your flat iron can create better long hairstyles with bangs than a round brush and blow dryer. The flat iron smoothes and creates less frizz, and can be purchased in mini sizes for even the most pixie-styled bangs. When searching for a flat iron, look for one with good heat control options and ceramic plates.
Lean into Accessorizing
Headbands are cute for styling long haircuts with bangs, but the best headbands are the silky and satin types. They usually come in great colors and patterns and hold in moisture better, which your bangs will need. They work double duty – they are cute during the day and a necessity at night.
- Use your (silk or satin) headband to make certain your bangs are lying flat when you go to bed. A cowlick in your bangs in not the look.
- People who have a cowlick usually benefit from heavier bangs as well.
- Take extra care of your T-zone when you have bangs. It’s important for the health of your bangs and the health of your skin!
- Guide your hair in the direction you want it to go with a mini flat iron.
- Get used to using dry shampoo – it will be a quick help whenever your bangs tend to get too oily and being to misbehave.
How to Choose the Right Bangs for Your Face Shape
Choosing the right long haircut with bangs for you can be easy – just use your face shape and hair type to determine which bangs are best for you. So what looks will offer the best options for your face shape? Identify your face shape first.
Look in a mirror and consider your features. Take a marker if you need and trace the shape of your face, then look below and pick the best bang styles for your face.
Remember that bangs can be used to create an optical illusion on the shape of your face, and they can highlight your bone structure.
Best Bangs for Oval Face Shapes (Paula Patton)
Oval faces are the best faces for bangs. You can wear nearly any style. Soft, feather blunt bangs can create a more rounded and even face. This is one of the best face shapes for baby and pixie bangs as well.
Best Bangs for Square and Long Face Shapes (Rihanna)
Long, layered bangs soften and balance facial feature. A-shaped bangs feature a broader spread across the bottom of the fringe to balance the face out. Bangs that hit right at the eyebrows are also very flattering.
Best Bangs for Heart Face Shapes (Reese Witherspoon)
If you want to try a micro mini fringe, you can do so! Crescent-shaped bangs, especially long, wispy layered ones, are a fantastic long haircut with bangs that also grows out very well.
Best Bangs for Round Face Shapes (Taylor Swift)
If you want to try a blunt-cut bang, go for a mini fringe. The space between the end of the fringe and the eyebrows makes the face look longer.
Side bangs create length in the face by utilizing angles, so they are great for round faces.
- If you have a combination of face shapes, go with the look that matches your predominant features.
- All face shapes look good with side-swept bangs, but the key to making it work best for your face is the length.
- All face shapes can work a pin-up style rolled bang as well. If you want to experiment pre-cut, give these a shot.
How to Choose Your Bangs by Hair Type and Texture
You should take not only your face shape into account when choosing the right bangs for you, but also your hair texture and type.
Best Bangs for Thin or Fine Hair
Those with thinner or finer hair look best with bangs that are soft, feathered and at an eye-kissing length or longer.
Do not part your hair in the middle, as each side will look thinner. Keeping your bangs grouped together will create a fuller appearance. A solid, heavy fringe will also take away more body and fullness from the rest of your hair.
Best Bangs for Thick Hair
People with thicker hair can wear the blunt, heavy bang. Use a smoothing balm and a decent length to keep your bangs from looking puffy.
- Let your stylist cut your bangs with a razor, as you’ll have more styling options and less weight.
- Try gently layered, long side-swept bangs that can easily be merged into layers.
- Find a good smoothing serum or balm to keep your bangs from being taken over by frizz.
- Don’t cut heavy bangs too short. If you want short pixie or Lilith bangs, make them less heavy or else they will look puffy.
Best Bangs for Natural Curly Hair
- Cut your bangs dry or mostly dry – not soaking or dripping wet! If you cut them wet, they will look much different when they dry due to shrinkage.
- Consider the weight, don’t cut your bangs straight across. Try a piecey bang that pays attention to your ringlets and how they will fall together. Ringlets are locks of hair grouped together.
- Make certain your stylist knows how to work with hair that is your type of curly.
- Mist your bangs with a curl refresher between shampoos. If you are natural, try a leave-in conditioner spritz.
- Don’t be afraid to try shorter bangs, if you decide to straighten your hair, you will still have a whole new look.
- Don’t straighten your hair on high heat or you will damage your bangs.
Best Bangs for Wavy Hair
Wavy hair can look effortlessly chic with a soft, wispy bang. Feathered ends look good on wispy hair that also keeps effortless movement.
Best Bangs for Straight Hair
Women with straight hair can wear nearly any style of fringe. Arched bangs and mini bangs, soft fringe and long fringe all work well.
It is important to keep bangs in straight hair from falling flat.
How to Cut Bangs in Long Hair on Your Own
You CAN cut your own bangs in long hair if you want to. You have to pay attention, be careful and don’t flinch, but you can do this! You need:
- A rattail comb
- A ponytail
- A sharp pair of shears
- A mirror
- A set of hair clips
Step 1: Prep
Start with clean, dry hair and use the comb to part a triangle shape out of the front for your bangs.
Find the starting point by putting the top of the triangle about two to two and a half inches back from the center of your forehead through your hair. From there, part your hair on either side in a downward, diagonal line. Pull the hair together to ensure that the triangle is balanced, and you are comfortable with the amount of hair that will be in your bangs.
Comb forward the hair you want in your bangs, clip it and comb back the rest of your long hair and put it in a ponytail.
The best and most accurate way to cut your bangs at home is to do so on dry hair. If you have a cowlick, use a flat iron first to make your hair lay how you want it to. If you insist on cutting your hair, spritz it with water to slightly dampen it, but do not put more water in it than that.
Determine the type of bang you want and proceed to the appropriate steps below.
Step 2: Cut Your Crescent, Straight or Blunt Bangs
- Measure your bangs out to your desirable length.
- For blunt bangs, place a piece of tape across your bangs in a straight line. Take your shears and cut below the tape. Do not try to cut everything in one cut. Remove the tape and check your results. Your bangs should end in a sharp, straight fringe at your desired length.
- For crescent bangs, take the center section of your bangs and twist it once together. Let the ends hang in the length you want to use them to frame your face. Cut the center section that you twisted together at the desired length. This will create a small arch that is higher in the center. Release the center section and clean up the fringe. If you want the ends to blend into the edges, trim accordingly on an angle. If you want dramatic lengths on the ends, feather the center section first with small snips. Clean up the framing edges based on the style you want.
- For straight bangs, hold your bangs and trim a straight line across in small, quarter-inch snips. If you like, use the tape trick. Feather the ends just a bit for a more natural look.
- For curly and wavy bangs, dry hair is going to give you a more accurate look right away, but you can dampen your hair if you need to. Work your curly hair into separate, larger sections by twisting them around your fingers. Cut your fringe at the right length in each lock of hair, as evenly as you can to make them match. Feather and muss the bangs out with your fingers for a fuller look.
Or Else Cut Side-Swept Bangs
- Step 1: Part your hair diagonally, on the opposite side where your bang will fall. Next, create a rectangle with the hair you want to use as a bang (or a trapezoid technically)
- Step 2: Comb forward all the hair you want to use in your bangs, keeping the part intact. Pull all the rest of your hair back into a ponytail.
- Step 3: Hold your bangs and twist them, holding the twisted section with the fingers of your non-dominant hand. Use your dominant hand to first comb the ends out.
- Step 4: Use your shears to slowly make small cuts across your bangs. Remember that your hair is twisted once, so you are cutting the angle in what looks like the opposite side but is not.
- Step 5: Comb your bangs down again, and then split them evenly in the middle. Cut upwards (to create body and a clean edge), creating the angle that you need for your side-swept bang.
- Step 6: Repeat the process to the remaining side, keeping the angle that you began to create.
- Step 7: Style your bangs!
Note: Do not stretch your hair when you trim it, hold the length firmly but lightly. If you stretch your hair, your cut will be inaccurate. After you have cut your bangs, style them.
How to Grow out Bangs
Bangs will grow out on their own, obviously, because your hair grows on average a half an inch per month. There is an art form to growing out your bangs. Jokingly (and seriously) speaking, growing out your bangs is all about the art of disguise.
Consider a headband braid to hide your bangs in, and keep them out of your face. There are a ton of braids that work beautifully to hide your bangs in, so test a few options out. Incorporating your bangs into a set of French or Dutch braids looks amazing, pulls your bangs out of your face and hides them well.
Try a slicked-back style, rock a headband or a barrette to pull back your bangs and still wear your long hair out or do a nice ‘tuck and roll’ to pull your bangs back.
Keep your bangs healthy! Test out a few different, deep parts to incorporate some of your longer hair in with your bangs and manipulate them better. Try parting your hair differently and see what is the best way to hide the in-between, potentially awkward length.
A side part is great to disguise your odd length bangs. Trim or dust them regularly so you do not lose length.
Keep your hair moisturized to prevent breakage and be as patient as you can through the process of growing out your bangs.
Lastly, do not forsake your accessories. Yes, scarves and headbands are obvious choices, but the exposed bobby pin hair trend is a gift for anyone trying to grow out their bangs.
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