Bangs Are Hot For Fall
by Linda Franklin - The Real Cougar Woman
This season’s hottest hair trend is purse-friendly, hides wrinkles and makes you look years younger. So should you consider bangs this fall? Yes, says celebrity hairdresser Paul Edmonds. Cutting bangs takes a little courage. We've all experienced the trauma of a trying a new do. But, there are enough bang styles to choose from,so you should be okay by doing a little snip snip.
The shape of your face should be taken into account. Longer faces normally suit bangs.fringes. Round or angular faces benefit from a side-parted or feathered bangs that shows off some of the forehead.
Reese Witherspoon has a square jaw and high forehead so this long, side-parted fringe balances her features. A graduated fringe is a great way to soften an angular profile.
Rounder faces need a deep fringe. By curling the bangs slightly, you reduce the width of the face. A feathered fringe adds length to your face as well.