A with Owner This look is a beautiful short chin bob with dry-cut bangs and I love it! Dry-cutting allows us to create unique textures and forms for our wonderful clients to customize our haircuts. The speed and tizz are the greatest thing about this haircut! You can’t have enough right volume?! If you want that to go for it!! I’m all about style building joy and unleashing who you’re in. Someone who fits a haircut is how they rock it with their personality and the best way to express yourself is to have a great haircut.

Long Wispy Bangs


My favorite part of this hairstyle is the wispy fringe because it gives a new classic look twist! I do love the beauty of her balayage and the low maintenance. For over 5 months, we have not lightened her hair. To get rid of any extra warm tones and keep her a soft sandy blonde, we just use a Redken Shades Eq Demi-Permanent hair gloss in balayage services. To ensure that it lies beautifully throughout the day, I would suggest brushing at least the fringe with a round brush every day. I would also also recommend using a heat-protective to prevent heat damage when styling. Redken Pillow Proof Primer Spray and Pureology Smooth Perfection Smoothing Lotion are some of my favourites!


A with the owner This look is a subtly angled undercut bob. The bangs were undercut as well. As a side swept fringe, she can wear the bangs like wispy baby bangs or cover them with long hair. Be sure to ask your stylist if your hairline would fit with the shorter bangs testing for cowlicks if you are considering this look. I used a straightening cream mixture with a few drops of oil on this client. To give a straight smooth look with motion, we used a Denman brush and wrap dried the hair. It’s a simple, easy dry blow style. You just need to curl the top section of the head to create curls. Make sure you leave your hair ends straight and use a wide-toothed comb to smooth out the curls to keep it up to date in style!

Magnificent Side Bangs

Nice and Soft Bangs


A with Aveda Stylist This is my modern look at a classic bob! His wispy bang is what I love about this break! It attracts attention to the eyes of my lovely guest. It’s such a flexible style and in a classic smooth bob, the soft layers go well. With some textured waves, it can also turn into something sassy. Think of your morning routine to figure out how much time you can spend on your hair and how much more time a style like this will take you to do. If you think you can handle it, then I’m asking you to do it! ‘
Bold Yet Soft


A with Colorist This look is a favorite of mine because it is bold yet soft. The fringe softens the solid white hair color’s hard appearance, but it also makes its own point. That’s what I really like most about it because it shows a lot of different styles. With such a complete fringe, someone with a small forehead or a smaller headin general may feel too closed in. Generally I prefer putting a fringe like this on anyone with a good front for the hair to lie over. 2. High maintenance is both this color and cut. In order to prevent banding, the color will have to be touched up every three to five weeks, and the fringe will have to be trimmed to avoid getting into the eyes. This fringe is worn for a long time, so that they will start to be too in the eyes in just a few weeks. This hairstyle is not recommended for anyone who can not have their hair down or who is very active considering that some hair in the face might be annoying. I couldn’t have my hair in my face as a stylist and colorist because it would continuously bother me, but some people don’t care!My favorite thing about these bangs is that they’re so light and easy to work with, particularly if you’re someone like my client who’s never before had bangs. This look gives you the opportunity to see how you like bangs. Such wispy bangs are super easy to grow out or just move to the side if you don’t end up liking bangs. The grow-out cycle may be very distracting with heavier bangs! My advice to customers asking for bangs is wispy to begin. To give it a heavier feel, we can always add more bang. I also like to leave a few more bits on the sides of the temples so you can just throw your hair in a pretty pony on a lazy day and style your bangs hanging out with some little wispy pieces. Generally I don’t like any bang material because it appears to weigh them down and they get faster oily. I find the best job for dry bangs. Make sure that when you start styling, the hair is wet to help you get a smoother dry blow and much less separation. This is particularly important if the consumer has cowlicks or the height of a widow. For more size, use a smaller brush because the bangs are going to drop and we don’t want our bangs too flat! Cutting Edge


This is an elegant and cutting-edge contemporary look. We always start with a detailed consultation at EmilyFerratoHair in Essendon. If you’re a low-maintenance person looking for a wash and wear, this haircut is not for you. To reach the full potential of its model, this form of cut and style needs a little bit of Tlc every day. It will be harder to achieve this look if your hair is on the thicker side and we would suggest an alternative look. Shampoo and conditioner from Evo Mane Tamer and leave-in conditioner from Easy Tiger are the right items for these brilliant glossy results. The Ghd New Gold Straightener is also recommended! When you wash your hair with a round brush and a hairdryer, particularly if you’re in the training stage for your new bangs, blast your fringe forward. The tools that you are using are very critical!


I love this look because of its simple style and wear. It’s cut with a blunt edge, but it also has some overdriven texture through the front to lighten the bangs around it. I love these short hair wispy bangs. On so many people they look so good and they just need a quick dry blow! In a short bob like this, thicker hair may become a little more managed. It’s got a lot of clean lines! I used Kevin Murphy Hair. Resort spray to style it to give the ends some extra shine. A quick dry blow and some kind of texture is all this cut needs!

Long-layered soft fringe

As far as face-framing is concerned, a fringe draws the most attention to the eyes and eyebrows, so I also try to make consumers aware of it and make sure they are comfortable with length and thickness. Please don’t cut them off yourself! My greatest piece of advice to customers thinking about getting a fringe! I’ve read and seen so many horror stories about self-cut bangs, and it’s not as easy to fix them as you think. Let the experts who can pick up their hair and point their fingers to slice them properly. A fringe’s best thing about it is hair so it’s growing back. A fringe with every new trend is definitely a fun aspect of haircutting and developing.

Pixie Bob with a Wispy Bang


I’d call the look an awispy pixie bob. To accentuate her head shape and show off her beautiful chest, it is angled in the back like a pixie. My favorite things about this look are the fringe to frame her face subtly and the cut form. The cut enables her to wear her natural curl and helps her to dry air for a very stylish look that’s simple every day. This is a feminine look that fits well with a curl mousse or cream for those customers with naturally curly hair. I recommend using a light leave-in conditioner with a heat barrier as well as a texture spray once the hair is clean for those who want a similar shape but can blow dry and wear the hair smooth.

Sultry Shag


and Balayage Expert Sultry Shag


I think we all had those blunt big bangs as a kid in which we could be scarred, so that’s the new alternative. By overpowering them with too much hair, they attract ample attention to your face. Be ready for styling for customers considering this look! The bangs can be low maintenance, but I think it works better for those who are willing to work with them. Normally, when styling, I recommend sweeping the bangs with a round or flat brush back and forth to overcome every hard part and then styling them as normal. It’s important to talk to your stylist because sectioning matters a lot. I usually start with a smaller section because if they are not thick enough, more hair can be added. The wispy bangs can be catered for virtually any type of hair by changing the section’s length thickness and shape. However, I think straight / minimally wavy types of hair are best for them. I love finishing wispy bangs styling with a dry texture spray or some aerosol hairspray to keep them in place and give them a lived-in textured feel. Dark and Textured Bangs with Hair Artist


As far as face-framing is concerned, a fringe draws the most attention to the eyes and eyebrows, so I also try to make consumers aware of it and make sure they are comfortable with length and thickness. Please don’t cut them off yourself! My greatest piece of advice to customers thinking about getting a fringe! I’ve read and seen so many horror stories about self-cut bangs, and it’s not as easy to fix them as you think. Let the experts who can pick up their hair and point their fingers to slice them properly. A fringe’s best thing about it is hair so it’s growing back. A fringe with every new trend is definitely a fun aspect of haircutting and developing.

Pixie Bob with a Wispy Bang


I’d call the look an awispy pixie bob. To accentuate her head shape and show off her beautiful chest, it is angled in the back like a pixie. My favorite things about this look are the fringe to frame her face subtly and the cut form. The cut enables her to wear her natural curl and helps her to dry air for a very stylish look that’s simple every day. This is a feminine look that fits well with a curl mousse or cream for those customers with naturally curly hair. I recommend using a light leave-in conditioner with a heat barrier as well as a texture spray once the hair is clean for those who want a similar shape but can blow dry and wear the hair smooth.

Sultry Shag


and Balayage Expert Sultry Shag


I think we all had those blunt big bangs as a kid in which we could be scarred, so that’s the new alternative. By overpowering them with too much hair, they attract ample attention to your face. Be ready for styling for customers considering this look! The bangs can be low maintenance, but I think it works better for those who are willing to work with them. Normally, when styling, I recommend sweeping the bangs with a round or flat brush back and forth to overcome every hard part and then styling them as normal. It’s important to talk to your stylist because sectioning matters a lot. I usually start with a smaller section because if they are not thick enough, more hair can be added. The wispy bangs can be catered for virtually any type of hair by changing the section’s length thickness and shape. However, I think straight / minimally wavy types of hair are best for them. I love finishing wispy bangs styling with a dry texture spray or some aerosol hairspray to keep them in place and give them a lived-in textured feel. Dark and Textured Bangs with Hair Artist



This look / haircut would be described as a textured medium haircut with lots of movement and face framing layers to help the bangs mix in. The bangs are blunt yet textured and wispy to add definition to the fine hair of my client. My favorite thing about cutting is how much volume my customer can produce with the layering and texture around her head. I also like the bangs being trimmed so that she can wear them as a full fringe or sweep them to the side for lower days of maintenance. Bangs can switch a look completely and intensify a daily style into a glamorous hairdo! For the seasons ahead, they are becoming very popular. I’d give some advice to anyone who wants to change their haircut with bangs would be to understand that you really have to style your hair! If you’re someone who wants to look like clean and wear, then bangs are definitely not for you. Understand that in your future, bang trims will be a reality. Bangs are the first thing you see and remember as they grow so it’s a must to keep up with regular trims to keep them looking new. Not all bangs types match everyone. Angled bangs wispy bangs razored bangs blunt curtain bangs etc. on the same person won’t all look great. Consult with your hair type and take into account your lifestyle to find out what works best for your face to form your routine and what’s easiest to style for you! Anyone who wants to use a material to create a messy or associated looks like this. A spray wax or pomade works perfect with any hair type to break down bangs layers and texture! The Unite Texturiza Spray and Bed Head’s Manipulator are some of my picks. Versatile Wispy Bangs


How are you going to explain this look and what is your favorite? My favorite thing about this look is that if you don’t want to wear bangs anymore, it’s a zero commitment style that develops really nicely. What items would you suggest for this look to be preserved and recreated? For length, you should blow the hair dry and use a flat iron to make it look textured. No need for a drug! This look is perfect for people looking for straight hair or a subtle change. It works with any form of the head! Textured Full Fringe


This great cut can be recreated with a long fringe complementing all facial styles other than a round one. It’s a great look when you’re the guy who doesn’t want to put a lot of effort into daily styling of your hair but still look fascinating! A Stylist Tier 2 / Salon Director

Auburn Brown Short Bangs


I would suggest it’s risky beauty to characterize this look! My client was afraid of getting short wispy bangs, but she was willing to risk her finding something she was always looking for. My favorite thing about this look is that they were not only wispy, but with her face teint they went perfect and she loved them absolutely. They made her look more welcoming and full of trust. It’s good to change! What items would you suggest for this look to be preserved and recreated? I recommend that you use a little root raise at the base of the bangs and blow them to the perfect look with a small round comb. I like to give them a little shake for that messy yet purposeful look with my fingers.

Wispy Full Fringe


/ Redken Elite I added to my customer’s long bob this soft and wispy full fringe to spice up her daily look! I love it because I thought it adds a lot of character and suspense to a haircut when cut properly. What items would you suggest for this look to be preserved and recreated? I recommend Redken’s Rough Paste 12 to make waves for that undone look and finish with Redken Windblown05 for an airy textured look without feeling gunky. Wispy bangs are perfect for many different types of hair! Fine / medium texture appears to be less maintenance than someone with coarse hair but it all depends on how long the hair needs to be for the natural bend of the hair to come into play and how thick a portion you cut out for your fringe.

Cute Bob With Pixie Wisps


A very low amount of wispy bangs which can be worn under a heavier top or fringe coat. If you’re not sure about cutting them all the way in, a fun way to ease into bangs.Tip: When blowing, always use a heat-protective. Just cut them down by your stylist or yourself so they fall naturally. Nearly everyone has growth patterns at the front of the hairline so you have to make sure they fall naturally if they’re going to split up.

Peek a Boo Wispy Bangs


How to blow dry with Bumble and Bumble Styling Lotion or Thickening Spray Blowing straight down and slightly to the side to which they wish to drop. If required, use a big round brush to smooth them. Apply a small amount of Bumble’s Does all spray to stay in place. Recommended Hair Products: Bumble Lotion Styling or Thickening Spray and Does it all Tip: Use a little crème or clay on the ends to accentuate texture.

Full Side Swept Pixie Bangs

Long Sexy Side Swept Fringe


Long wispy A symmetric bang from shorter to longer, from finer to heavier. Apply crème or lotion styling and blow dry in the natural direction the hair needs to fall with your fingertips. Use a large or medium round brush to make the bangs smooth and bend until they come out how you want them. Recommended Hair Products: Bumble Styling Crème or Thickening Spray Does all Hairspray and Styling Wax Best Face Shape and Hair Type: Looks great on almost every face shape. A round face is elongated and a square shaped face is softened. Works best for thicker hair, but works also with fine hair. Tip: Always apply the material in the direction they instinctively want to drop and blow dry. For clean and heat up the bangs, use a round brush and dryer. After heating them, you want them to cool down in the desired direction. Use another one if one angle doesn’t work until they’re perfect. (Curl the brush straight backwards until you get them to wave right)Smooth with your palms and a paddle comb. Where possible, flat iron. Apply and go a little bit of hairspray. Hair Products Recommended: Bumble and Bumble Styling Spray or Thickening Spray and Bumble and Bumble Does all Hairspray to finish. Best Face Shape and Hair Type: A perfect frame around almost every shape of the face. For finer skin, they work best as they are not too strong. Tip: Blow dry with spray for thickening and finish with all hairspray for holding. Use the spray on your hands and then on your hair to avoid putting on such a fine bang a lot of product. We will be weighed down by anything heavy and make them look greasy. If you have curly hair or incredibly wavy hair: always check the style and upkeep involved with your stylist. Hair Style

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