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Adding side swept bangs to your look has never been so easy.
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Hi guys! Still here with how to style side sweep bangs. So you can watch our video and blow drying your hair. The basic is basically you want to roll it up and under and to the side this way. You can start off —en if they don’t look like they are side sweep and they are even flat on your face. What you want to do is you want to comb them down and then to the side.
So what may help is if you have a little styling product like a soft wax or molding cream something like KMS’s Hair Play or the Punk Out Molding Gunk. We will try the Punk Out Molding Gunk from Rockaholic.
I’m just going to get my fingers just a little bit, kind of just coat them a little bit like that. Always rub it in your hands so you evenly distribute it to your hair. I start at the middle of the hair a little bit, and then kind of work my way up to the roots and you want to get both sides underneath in the top. And then you kind of comb it down like the direction that you want your bangs to be going in. And you want to get the ends too, so they don’t look like fluffy and frayed on the ends because that’s never a cute look. Will get this side done to make sure they stay where they are supposed to be going to.
So then you’re just going to comb it down like this and you can’t see very well. Then you are going to hold this part in place and then comb it over to the side. And then once you have that in place, you want a hair spray that suck them down, any hair spray will work. I’m using the GHT hairspray because I like it and cover your face. You don’t want to be breathing hairspray in.
So once you have it down to this side, if your bangs are being totally unruly and won’t work with you, you can clip a little bobby pin just stick one in the side here. And then put this hair over the top, and then you can tease up the rest and mess up the rest.
There’s your super fast side sweep bangs, you just comb down, hold it in place and hold them into the side because you are like sculpting with your hair. And you just spray it, lock it in place and then you can watch my video on blow drying how to get your hair ready to do the side sweep bangs.
Hope you guys have an awesome hair day! There’s your fast hair minute and I’ll see you soon! Have a great day!