Curtain Bangs How To Cut And Style?
When you start to get bored with your hair and feel the urge to change your current look, you must be torn inside, after all, no one makes a quick decision to cut off their hair, it's always a girl's decision to cut her long hair after a lot of thought. There is a very discreet and practical way to change your hairstyle without making it too difficult to make a decision, and that is to have curtain bangs. If you keep reading you will learn more about curtain bangs and we will take you through how to style curtain bangs.
Ⅰ. What are curtain bangs?
Regular bangs need to be trimmed every once in a while, and many of our customers tell us that when they try to style their hair with bangs, they often need to trim them once in half a month or a month. To add to the trouble, regular bangs require you to tame them in the morning. Many people wake up from sleep to find their bangs are sticking up high or getting messy, so they have to go through straighteners or re-wash the bangs to get it back to its normal look. But curtain bangs is a different example, to use a vivid analogy - just like when you add a delicate curtain to your living room window, the living room becomes very ambient because of this light filtering curtain, and the curtain softens the harsh light, and curtain bangs softens the contours of the face. Curtain bangs are bangs that are parted in the middle of the forehead to perfectly contour the face, usually starting below the eyebrows and cut in a diagonal shape so that the hair at the end of the curtain bangs blends in better with the rest of the hair, creating variety in the hairstyle.
Ⅱ. How to cut curtain bangs?
If you are not a person who is comfortable with cutting bangs, it is advisable to go to a barber store and ask your stylist to cut your bangs, especially for those who are cutting their first bangs and must be more cautious. But for those who are more experienced, cutting curtain bangs at home by yourself is also a good choice, next I will provide you with the steps to cut bangs.
1. Distinguish the hair type
We know that there are many types of hair types, from 1A-4C, which represent different curl levels of hair. Generally speaking the more forward numbers and letters represent the more soft and straight hair, so for 1A-2C hair type, I suggest you spray your hair with some water to keep it moist before you start cutting curtain bangs. if it is hair that is very curly and in this range of 3A-4C, I suggest you use a hair dryer to blow your hair loose and plan to do a longer curtain bangs, because hair in this range has some natural curl and only longer curtain bangs will blend in better with your native hair.
2. Cut curtain bangs
Use a clipper to start at the center of your bangs (this will be the shortest part of your bangs). Trim in the middle of the bangs and then move to the sides. One thing to keep in mind is to make sure you hold the clipper diagonally at the end of your bangs so that you form an angle. This will ensure that your bangs blend in with the rest of your hair. This way you get nice curtain bangs.
Ⅲ. How to style curtain bangs?
After cutting out nice curtain bangs all we need to do is style curtain bangs, you can refresh your bangs when you use shampoo twice, the most important step of style curtain bangs is to separate the two sides of your bangs while blow drying them, use some light styling products during the blow drying process to make your bangs look better. products to make your bangs more stylized. Dry shampoo removes grease, which helps to beautify your bangs. So you can put some shampoo powder on top of your curtain bangs to remove the excess oil and secondly you can apply some hair oil on your hair to maintain the shine of your hair.
Who do curtain bangs look good on?
Flattering for Round Face Shapes Curtain bangs are perfect for accentuating your cheekbones if you have a round face. Breaking the face up at the width of the cheeks is going to slim and shape this area beautifully. Keeping the length slightly longer is more suitable for curtain bangs for a round face shape.
Are curtain bangs high maintenance?
Curtain bangs are pretty low maintenance: You can let them get a little bit longer in between trims and they will still look fabulous. However, if you want them to be absolutely perfect, then we recommend you get them trimmed every 5-6 weeks.
Are side bangs and curtain bangs the same thing?
Curtain bangs are longer, and their feathered cut creates a mussed-up, cool-girl look. This style may look like blunt bangs, but there's a key difference — they're cut into the shape of an arch, rather than being cut straight across. Side bangs sweep across your forehead in an elegant way.