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Trending Now: Wispy Bangs

September 17, 2021

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We’ve made it. We have safely moved on from our toxic quarantine bang situationship to something healthy. We can finally step away from kitchen scissors and TikTok DIYs and towards something better: wispy bangs. They’re a huge trend for 2021 and we’ve fallen in love.

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For those who cringe at the idea of commiting to thick straight across bangs, this trend is for you!  Wispy bangs have all the movement and fun of a curtain bang, but instead of a side sweep, they gently fall across the full forehead. You get the full bang experience, without the Velma from Scooby Doo effect. Because of that, wispy bangs are perfect for those who may have reservations. 

With a wispy bang cut, stylists feather and layer your hair.  For thicker hair, this means more of a controlled and intentional shape around the face. For thin hair, it means creating movement and definition where there might not have been. No matter your hair texture or bang experience, the versatility of this cut means it can be made to fit you, not the other way around. Wispy bangs look great at any length, above the eyebrow or flitted across your eyes. The options are truly endless, but the result is a softly face framing and low maintenance style.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lee Phillips is a freelance New York based storyteller across mediums. With a BFA in writing from The New School, Phillips uses language to convey her personal truths and imagine new worlds in fiction, poetry, screen writing and non-fiction. Her non-fiction can be found in office Magazine, CryBaby Zine, Period Space, Chanel Void, Editorial Magazine, 10011 Magazine and includes editorial work for brands. Her creative writing is published in Unvaeled Journal, Rookie Magazine, and her poetry book, “Nowhere Words,”  published in September of 2020.  In all of her work, she believes in creating content that engages viewers through shared experience and authentic narratives, rather than elitism or insecurity. Follow her instagram @c.har.lee for more.

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