This pixie cut is perfect for the active little girl. It is best on medium to thick hair and is always in place. The bangs are texturized so that they are very fringy.
Sometimes a simple hair style fits best. This kindergartner has lots of fine hair cut into an all one-length blunt style. A strand from the front is twisted, pulled to the side and held with a clip. Use this trick to keep the strand in place. Divide the strand into two and twist them together. hairspray the strand where the clip is to be placed and place the clip while the spray is still wet.
To grow out bangs or just control them until they are trimmed, sweep them to the side and secure with a clip. (Use the trick explained above with a clip designed for fine hair and it will hold all day.)
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Growing out bangs is sometimes a long and painful process. This attractive Bob was the result of having four inches of length cut to meet the grown out bangs.
The trendy highschooler will love this flippy style. Find out more about creating it - here.
Growing out bangs can be one of the most frustrating style experiences!
- Start parting your hair on the side and sweeping the bangs over.
- Use a little extra gel or mousse at the root area of the bangs and dry them first, paying special attention to blowing them to the side.
- Use hairspray. Even if you don't use it on the rest of your hair - use it on your bangs.
- As your bangs grow, trim them at a slight angle to help them flow into the rest of the hair. This trim won't lengthen the growing-out time by much and will save your sanity.
- Use headbands and clips when appropriate and attractive.
For more Back to School ideas check out Three Hot Back to School Styles.
The twists in the little girls styles were made with the Quick Braider.
It's fast enough for even an active eight year old to sit still.