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my name is danii j.
like holly j, from degrassi only not.
my favorite type of music is rock, reggae and r & b.
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xxclarvoyantdisease asked:

15 Apr 2013

I am getting side- swept bangs but i need to know how to style them...

I am going to get my hair cut for side bangs this weekend but i don't know how to style it. I've seen videos and tutorials on how to style side bangs but none of them are for people of color with permed hair. The problem I have is that I can't ( I can but would rather not to) wet my bangs (or the hair where the bangs are going to be). I've seen where people put mousse and hair spray and then blow-dry their bangs with a round brush and put it to the side. Would this be the same for me with my hair or would this be different?



mschrisjames says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

The mousse and hairspray are optional depending on how much movement, or lack of, that you want in your bangs.

If you want them side swept and stuck to your forehead and don't move at all.. Then by all means, put in enough product to hold it that way.

If you want them side swept and free flowing, don't use mousse or gel. Bangs are a very small section of hair, and most people are too heavy handed with products to put the very little needed, if any.

The thing with having relaxed hair is that you tend to already put something in the hair anyways. No need to add extra for the bangs!

Blowdry them so they're more separate and free flowing (if that's what you want), or flat iron them (for additional straightening). Or use a boar bristle brush and brush from UNDER the bangs to loosen them from the head/forehead area.

I personally like this pic of Angela Bassett's hair:

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