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Would you like some Bang with that hair cut? Well that depends…
(1) to have sex
(2) a loud noise
(3) to introduce a drug into your system intravenously
(4) The part of your hair that covers your forehead.
(5) to participate in gang affiliated activities
I really love the Europeans for saying Fringe: that goofy short bit of hair that comes down to your eyebrows. It sounds way hotter than bang. I tend to bang this one up myself. I promise to say Fringe if you help out. So let’s try and do a bang up job and stick to it. Fringe is hot. Like Tracy says, it’s cheaper than Botox.
Long fringe, side fringe, “blunt”, asymmetrical, Betty Page, convex, concave, layered, the list goes on. Yes, every face shape has a fringe made just for them. There is no such thing as ” I can’t wear fringe because ( insert lame excuse).” If you are not sure about cutting the hair in front of your face then wait and research. Look at lots of photos. Fringe is awesome if you are sure that you want to rock it, because we all know we can. Cutting them just to grow them out again is never fun. If you want a change with out cutting those long locks consider some fringe.
“That Fringe looks bang’n!” (6)meaning that something is cool
Mall Bangs…. I’m only going to say this once. Drop the hair spray, remain calm, turn away from the mirror, run to the phone and call your nearest salon…or maybe at this point you better call 911.
Juliana E. Medina
Why is it that we have such a hard time letting go? Lately, we’ve caught a glimpse of some of our friends’ makeup bags and closets & we began to wonder why we hold on so tightly to certain items & styles. You know, like that friend you have who still has the same dated hairstyle from 1984? Claw bangs, spiral perms and bi-levels (aka “the mullet”) must somehow make her feel safe, sexy or more in control of her world.
Ask yourself, “Why am I holding on to that lipstick, look or even relationship?” It takes courage to make changes, even small ones like throwing out that 7 year-old blush stick or 12 year-old lipstick. Honestly, though, even if your stuff hasn’t actually gone bad, you probably need to update the color or try out some of the new technology out there in the world of beauty.
Another phenomenom we see in the salon is the folks who struggled with oily skin in their teens or twenties but now that they are a little (or even a lot) older may have completely different skin but can’t figure out why their products just don’t feel the same. As we always say, your skin & hair change every few years, so your products & your style should as well. The times they are a changin’ — why not use it to your advantage?
Signature looks are great, but holding on to a look or a product because we “need” them to feel okay about ourselves is something else altogether. Throw out that crusty mascara and go try something new — you’ll feel better, we promise!
Next time… liquid eyeliner! You know you want it…