These bangs are beyond choppy; they’re downright uneven, and I love them. An irregular fringe is playful, fun, and flattering. The uneven line minimizes asymmetry in the features. There’s something doll-like about the line, and it also feels DIY—but trust me this is not a look to attempt on your own. Click the notes to learn more about this fun and fabulous fringe. –– Laura Martin
Do not try this at home. I know you’re probably thinking choppy bangs sound easy, but creating a line that has distinct points and curves instead of a blurry mess actually takes a lot of skill. If you’d like to try these bangs, let your stylist do the cutting.
Hide your own irregularities. Not only is this bang great for minimizing unevenness in your features, it’s also perfect for camouflaging cowlicks. The jagged edge can be cut to follow the natural movement of your hairline.
Consider your texture. Although this bang will work on a multitude of densities, it’s not great for wavy and curly strands. This bang needs to lie fairly straight for the line to work.
Special thanks to Laura Martin for this post. Laura is a professional hair stylist, former senior educator at ARROJO cosmetology school, and a creative non-fiction MFA student at Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA. Follow her inspirations on twitter @LarMarStyle