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Rabu, 02 April 2014

Beauty Bangs Fashion Hairstyles

With all of these hairstyles with bangs popping up on our celebrity newsfeeds, we're tempted to ask our stylists for some fringe as well. Bangs also called fringe are a shaped cutting of the front part of the hair so that it lies over the forehead. A standard cut of bangs is fairly straight at or above the eyebrows, but it can also be ragged or ruffled, spiked up with hair gel, swept to one side or the other, or cut longer to fall over the eyes.

The term fringe refers to the resemblance of the short row of hair to ornamental fringe trim, such as that often found on shawls. The term bangs originally referred to a hair cut bang-off straight across at the front, although the term is now applied to diverse forms of hair stylings. It is probably related to bang-tail, a term still used for the practice of cutting horses' tails straight across.

Hairstyles that feature bangs have come and gone out of fashion as frequently as other hairstyles, and they can be worn in any number of styles. Influential people with bangs in modern times have included silent movie actress. In the 1980s and early 1990s, curly, teased bangs were in fashion. In 2007, bangs saw another massive revival as a hair trend, this time thick, deep and blunt-cut.

Hair combed straight down with no interference opposite to the side-swept. Could be a bit Wispy or Blunt depending on the cut. A type of bangs considered as the opposite of the Blunt style. It is done by getting thin layers of hair and trimming it with a thinning shears or a thinning razor. Usually it acts as a versatile, less-commitment & considered by some as the "fringe that suits all types of faces". It can be worn onto the front or by brushing it on one side. Commonly it is in the form of irregular cut rather than a horizontally-straight cut.