How to Cut Wispy Bangs

Wispy bangs are a great way to change up your look without having to commit to a full haircut. But if you’ve never cut bangs before, the thought of doing it yourself can be a little daunting. never fear! This guide will show you how to cut wispy bangs at home, step by step.

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Cutting your own bangs

Cutting your own bangs can be a great way to save money and time. It can also be a great way to get the perfect bangs for your Face Shape However, it is important to know how to cut wispy bangs correctly. Otherwise, you could end up with uneven or damaged hair.

Gather the right tools

Before you start cutting make sure you have the right tools. You’ll need sharp scissors, a comb, and someclips. If your bangs are particularly long, you might want to use thinning scissors to make the job easier.

Wet your hair and comb it straight

Start with wet, clean hair that’s been combed straight. If your hair is really long, you might want to put it in a low ponytail first so it’s easier to work with.

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Use your comb to divide your hair into three sections — a left section, a right section, and a middle section. You’ll start cutting the bangs in the middle section.

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Cut small pieces at a time

Start by cutting small pieces at a time. Comb your bangs straight down, then snip off the very ends. Try to cut them as evenly as possible. If you have wispy bangs, you may not be able to get them all the same length in one snip. That’s ok! Just keep trimming until they’re all about the same length.

Layer your bangs

Start by holding a small section of your bangs out and away from the rest of your hair. Then, using sharp scissors, make a diagonal cut across that section of hair, starting from the outside edge and moving in toward your nose (you can angle the scissors however you want, but we recommend Estelle Cleary’s 45-degree angle method). When you get to the inside corner of your eye, stop cutting.

Styling your new bangs

Wispy bangs can be a great way to change up your look, but they can also be a bit challenging to style. The key to success is to use the right products and to keep your bangs clean and dry. In this article, we’ll show you how to cut and style your wispy bangs.

Use a round brush to blow dry your bangs

Start with completely dry hair. If your bangs are long, use a round brush to blow them dry. If your bangs are short, you can just let them air dry. But if you want to style them, use a hairdryer on a low setting and hold the diffuser close to your head.

Use a curling iron or flat iron to style your bangs

Start with dry, styled hair. If your hair is naturally straight, you may want to curl it with a curling iron before you start. If it’s already curly, you can either leave it as is or flat iron it so it’s easier to work with.

Start with small sections of hair. It’s better to style too little hair than too much, because you can always add more if you need to.

Use a small curling iron or flat iron to curl or straighten your bangs. Work in small sections, and be careful not to burn yourself!

If you’re using a curling iron, wrap the hair around the barrel and hold for a few seconds before releasing. If you’re using a flat iron, run it through your hair a few times until it’s straight.

You can use your fingers to style your bangs after you’ve curled or straightened them. Just tousle them until they look the way you want them to!

Apply product to your bangs

When you have wispy bangs, the key to making them look polished is to apply the right product. Use a light-hold gel or mousse to help control flyaways and give your bangs a sleek appearance. Work the product into your damp hair, then use a blow dryer to style your bangs as desired. You can also use a tiny bit of pomade or wax on your fingertips for a piece-y look.