There are different shapes of fringes: asymmetrical, curtain or long fringe. It is a haircut that will never go out of fashion, as it adapts to all hair types and looks. A fringed woman is always cute, because the fringe accentuates the look and gives a huge personality. Furthermore, a fringe requires daily maintenance to keep it looking perfect. This is a rule to stay beautiful, but it is not difficult to follow and apply.
Avoiding greasy bangs: how to wash them?
Nothing is more unpleasant than a greasy hair. The first step in maintaining a fringe is therefore good hygiene, as its condition depends on how often it is washed. A clean hair is therefore a necessity. Therefore, to keep a fringe in good condition, it is recommended to wash it every day or every other day. Furthermore, if despite this care the fringe still gets greasy, avoid running your hands through the hair frequently. If you also have oily skin or if you perspire, this will make the fringe greasy, as the skin could secrete more sebum on the forehead. Therefore, you should wash your face frequently or always carry a wipe to wipe it off. Another tip that will prevent your bangs from becoming greasy is to avoid wearing heavy make-up. It is better to wear lighter make-up to allow the skin to breathe.
How do you style your hair?
After washing, all you have to do is put the bangs on. An essential step in maintaining a fringe is drying. In doing so, crush the root a little by putting the air jet above the forehead, then dry it in a more mobile way, i.e. from left to right and from top to bottom. This is so that the fringe is not fixed into a shape, so as not to have an unsightly profile. For a final touch, bulge your fringe with a round brush to make it look heavier.
Sleeping with a fringe
Even, before sleeping, you have to know how to maintain bangs. To maintain a beautiful fringe when you wake up, you need to follow a few steps. First, brush the fringe from its root to its tip to get rid of products that will alter its shape during the night. Then, wash the fringe with dry shampoo so that the hair can absorb the fats that are produced during sleep. Depending on the length of your fringe, roll it up with a roller to hold it in place. Finally, when you wake up, gently remove the roller and comb your fringe until it is securely in place. If it looks a little damaged, sprinkle a little water on it.