Blunt Bangs Are Coming Back
It’s been said that fashion is cyclical, with trends fading away only to become popular once more a few decades later. And judging by some of Hollywood’s chicest stars, it seems that hairstyles repeat themselves as well.
Beauties such as Kate Moss, Zooey Deschanel and Lake Bell have recently been spotted sporting thick, blunt bangs, a ‘do that was all the rage in the swinging sixties.
When asked why she made the cut, Bell replied that she simply felt like rocking some new fringe.
“It’s really fun. It’s good to, you know, look in the mirror and try to be different people, ” the actress told People magazine. “I did it a couple of days ago. I was just kind of like, ‘I am going to do this because I can.’ There was no good reason.”
Women who want this hairstyle should opt for bangs that fall between their brows and their eyelashes, as stylist Mark Townsend told Allure magazine that the length puts the focus on your eyes.
To keep bangs looking full all day, experts recommend using a dry shampoo for a quick lift. Clean Original Dry Shampoo absorbs excess oil and leaves hair smelling fresh.