Bangs – Shine My Crown

by Kareem Graves

Bangs are a hairstyle in which the hair is cut short and styled to frame the forehead. They are also known as fringe and have been a popular hairstyle for centuries.

The origin of bangs can be traced back to ancient times, where they were worn by men and women alike. The hairstyle gained popularity in Europe during the Renaissance period, and it continued to evolve over time.

Here is a step-by-step tutorial for creating bangs:


Hair scissors
Hair comb
Hair clips
Spray bottle of water (optional)

Start with dry, detangled hair. If your hair is curly or wavy, you may want to use a spray bottle to lightly mist your hair to help straighten it out.
Use a hair comb to separate the section of hair that you want to cut for your bangs. This section should be about 1-2 inches deep, depending on how thick you want your bangs to be.
Comb this section of hair forward so that it covers your forehead. Use hair clips to secure the rest of your hair out of the way.
Use hair scissors to trim the ends of the hair. Start by cutting a little at a time, and check the length frequently by holding the hair up to your forehead to see how it looks.
Continue cutting until you have the desired length. Keep in mind that hair shrinks when it dries, so it’s better to cut a little longer than you think you need.
Use the hair comb to blend the bangs in with the rest of your hair, and style as desired.

If you’re cutting bangs for the first time, start with a longer length and cut a little at a time until you reach your desired length.
For a softer, more natural look, consider cutting your bangs at an angle rather than straight across.
If you have curly hair, consider cutting your bangs when your hair is dry and styled in its natural state, as curly hair can appear shorter when it’s wet.

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