The following is a guest post from our friends at The Beauty Department.
Obviously your first option for a bang trim should be to see your stylist and let him/her do it. But sometimes life gets in the way– you’re busy, they’re busy, you’re in a rush or it’s too expensive. A lot of hairstylists offer complimentary bang trims, but if yours doesn’t or you simply can’t make it into the salon every couple weeks to clean up your fringe, here’s what we suggest. For all the details and a step-by-step guide, please visit TheBeautyDepartment.com.
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