How to know whether to get bangs... Or not

To bang or not to bang. That is the question.
The fringe is a popular hairstyle choice for 2023 - pair it with a french bob or a bixie cut and you are totally on point.
But how do you know whether or not they suit your face, nay your personality?
If you're considering getting bangs, there are a few things you should keep in mind before making a decision.

What type of bangs do you want?

There are many different types of fringe, so it's important to decide what kind of look you're going for.
A few options:
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Once you know what type of bangs you want, you can start to consider your hair type and face shape.
What is your hair type?

If you have fine hair, you'll want to choose a type of bang that will add volume to your hair. Blunt bangs or side-swept bangs are good options for fine hair. If you have thick hair, you can choose any type of bang, but you may want to avoid blunt bangs, as they can be heavy and weigh down your hair.

What is your face shape?

The shape of your face can also help you decide whether or not to get bangs. If you have a round face, bangs can help to elongate your face. If you have an oval face, any type of bang will look good on you. If you have a square face, side-swept bangs or wispy bangs are the best options.

How much maintenance are you willing to do?

Bangs require more maintenance than other hairstyles. You'll need to trim them regularly to keep them looking their best. If you're not willing to put in the time and effort to maintain bangs, then they're probably not the right hairstyle for you.

How to decide if bangs are right for you:

The best way to decide if bangs are right for you is to consult with a hairstylist. They can assess your hair type and face shape and help you choose a style that flatters your features. They can also show you how to style your bangs to keep them looking their best.

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