A lot of you have asked for me to do another bang-cutting tutorial since the last time you saw me sport these short bangs that could be worn on the side or in the front. That’s why I call them “versatile;” You can wear them any way you wish!
I would recommend using a hair razor instead of scissors for this tutorial because it’ll give you more of a choppy-layery effect. It’s also best if you work with dry hair (especially if you’re a beginner) because you want to know exactly where your bangs will be. I purchased my hair razor from a store called “Daiso Japan.” It only costed me about 3 dollar and it’s so convenient since I can fold it and take it anywhere with me!
It has two sides, and I use the one that cuts less hair. Here are pictures for reference!
Of course, you can use any hair razor that can be purchased at your local beauty supply store or drugstore.
If you don’t have any bangs to begin with, I would suggest you to start cutting your hair into longer side swept bangs with this tutorial.
Then, try the method I used in this video afterward~
If you have curly/wavy hair, I wouldn’t recommend you getting this type of bangs unless you’re willing to straighten your hair daily. If you have a really short or round face shape, I wouldn’t recommend this bangs either because it’ll just make it appear rounder ^^; Try to go for longer side swept bangs instead!
Enjoy~ If you have any questions, feel free to let me know (:
P.S. In case you’re wondering, I don’t do anything to style my bangs. After I wash my hair, I just part and brush it to the side and my bangs would stay in place after it dries up.