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Center-parted bangs are top-notch for transitioning from a straight heavy fringe to a side sweep, growing out a short bang, or low maintenance, face-framing options. The middle split and slightly imperfect finish lend a devil-may-care boho vibe to this brow-dusting accent. A fringe can perform many practical functions too, like disguising prominent foreheads and highlighting cheekbones, but many women avoid them for fear of maintenance and styling challenges. The tousled finish of this bang requires little effort and the parting pushes hair to the sides for long-lasting shape that is easy to grow out. Click the style notes for tips on styling and maintaining this fringe.
Step: Ask your stylist for a rounded, rainbow-shaped fringe with a soft edge. The shorter lengths in the center will help push hair to the outside and the textured ends will prevent excess bulk.
Step: Work with your growth patterns. Part your hair near the middle, but pay attention to the way it falls, don’t force a perfect center part, instead allow the hair to split naturally for easy styling. Comb hair down over forehead then fluff slightly to reveal directional movement, and divide where it splits on its own.
Step: Spray a few pumps of set and style into fringe and dry with the wide teeth of a comb to allow natural movement, while controlling the finish.