How to hide a bad bang cut
Bangs can be chunky and blunt, soft and wispy or somewhere in between. When they are done right, bangs are beautiful. But when things go wrong, you have a hair disaster on your hands. To hide a bad bang cut, follow these hairstyling tips and tricks.
If your bangs are super short, use an extreme part to hide them. Pin your actual bangs to the side with bobby pins, then make a part on the far opposite side of your head to create the illusion of long bangs. This can be ultra sleek for a romantic look or messy for a modern style. Hairstyles with an extreme side part are trendy right now and no one will even know about your bang disaster.
If your bangs are long enough to obstruct your vision but still too short to be incorporated into the rest of your hairstyle, part your hair in the middle (or a little off center, if you prefer) and sweep your bangs to each side. You may need to use a curling iron until you train your hair to stay out of the middle.
Don't try to fix bad bangs by grabbing a pair of scissors. If you make them any shorter, it will just take longer for them to grow out. Fortunately, hair accessories are trendy and adorable. Grab some clips, pins, beads, combs and anything else you can get your hands on. Experiment with different accessories, pinning your bangs back or to the side. You are sure to find a style that you love. If you choose cute, colorful hair accessories, no one will even notice your bad bangs.
Turn them up
You can switch your style by going for a pompadour -- that's when the fringe is turned back off the forehead in a roll. To do, simply grab your bangs, tease back, lift and pin into place with a bobby pin. Fix into place with ARROJO holding spray. It's also a good idea to make the rest of the hairstyle big –– give your hair lots of volume to match that newly volumized fringe.
Wear a hat
Another option is to cover up with a hat. If you're wearing a form-fitting hat like a baseball cap or fedora, it's best to put your hair in a ponytail. With these tight-fitting hats, if the hair is left down, it can make locks stick inelegantly close to the neck and the back. If you want to wear your hair down, choose a loose fitting, soft-rimmed or bucket-style hat instead.
One more cover-up option is to wrap your hair with a headscarf or headband, creating a cool bohemian style. If you choose to cover your hair with the scarf, it will give your hair much needed protection from the sun as the warmer months approach.