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Kaitlyn L




16 Oct 1990

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_kaitlyn_ asked:

28 Jan 2009

I have thick hair & side swept bangs but no matter what product I use they don't stay to the side!

I don't want to tuck them behind my ear but I want to know if there is an amazing product I could use to make them stay covering my forehead.



smilezj says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2009

i have the exact same problem .. when my hair is wet i bobby pin my bangs like to the side.. kinda like over correcting.. and when they dry take the bobby pin out.. they should still be at the side.. also lots of hairspray.. my hair is SUPER thick.. good luck


x_elena says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2009

Well, i have side bangs and when i first got them i had the same problem. here are some things you can do.

1. pin them so the side you want with a clip when you sleep

2. brush it, use gel, then blow dry.

3. when your not doing something that you need to look good for push them behind you ear on the side you want and any time after 15 min. take them out from behind you ear and see if they stay.

thast all i have to say, n thats wat i didd, hope i helped :):)


itskaitlynbabyxo says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2009

Well i have really thick hair too. I dont use product for mine. But when i straighten my bangs i do em in very thin and small layers so they go to the side easier. After that i put a bobby pin in to hold them to the side. I put it in towards the bottom of my hair. And cover in with the rest of my hair.


x_knelie says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2009

Well, I would recommend (for hairspray) Aussie or Redken they are really good!


jessie_elisa says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2009

Hairspray and bobbypins work well. Just pull your bangs to the side and pin the top to keep them in place.


jennyneuf says:

Posted on 13 Mar 2009

take a round brush, roll your bangs upward with it and blow dry it.. no straightener needed then some hairspray

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