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How To: Trim your own bangs to save time & money

We know what you're thinking: You have two left hands and even cutting in a straight line is a monumental feat. But trust us, even butterfingers can cut their bangs professionally. In fact, if you tend to cut slightly slanted or jaggedy then your bangs will look even better!

How To: Get side swept bangs

Your quick and easy guide to styling side swept bangs within 2 minutes. After blow drying your hair, take a round brush and roll your bangs up, under and to the side that you want your bangs to sit. Comb your bangs down over your forehead, then comb your bangs to the side. Using some styling product, such as molding gunk, paste or wax, take a small amount of product and rub between your hands to ensure even distribution. Using your fingers, work the product through your bangs, starting at the...

How To: Get a Kate Moss bang with her hair stylist James Brown

This video describes how to get a Kate Moss look with your bangs brought to you by stylist James Brown. Start with dry hair so that you can understand exactly where the bangs will be after cut as they can move up when they dry otherwise. Using a comb to pull the bangs down slightly and figuring where to put them just at the eyebrows you cut and move the hair back and forth along the brow to make sure it is staying in line with where you want it to end up. Continue until the hair is uniform ac...

How To: Understand the Big Bang theory

Curious about the Big Bang Theory. In this four-part video, learn all you need to know from a great source. Hosted by Professor Richard Muller of the University California, Berkeley, this lecture is part of university's spring 2006 webcasts of "Physics For Future Presidents".

How To: Cut side swept fringe bangs

In this video, we learn how to cut side swept fringe bangs. To do this, you will either need hair scissors or a razor that is meant for cutting hair. Start off by having dry and straight hair. Next, you will curl the bangs so they are to the side of your head, using your blow dryer and a large round brush. Next, decide where you want your bangs to hit on your face. Then, brush your bangs down with a comb and use your razor or your scissors to cut the bangs to the right length. When you are fi...

How To: Style bangs

Clueless when it comes to styling those unruly bangs of yours? Face fringes are cute and fashionable but need extra attention to keep them looking fresh. In this video, learn how to style those bangs easily and with style.

How To: Cut side bangs

In this video, we learn how to cut side bangs. Fist, you will need to grab some shearing scissors, a comb, a trash can, and water. Now, get your bangs wet in the area that you want it, then part your hair where you usually part it. Once you do this, separate your bangs from the rest of your hair and clip the rest back. Next, use your scissors and cut at an uphill angle from the bottom of your bangs to the top. When finished, continue to cut until you have the desired length. Keep in mind your...

How To: Fake side swept bangs

In this tutorial, we learn how to fake side swept bangs. First, straighten and brush your hair. After this, you will take the hair from one side of the head and use a comb and brush it to the opposite side. After this, grab hair spray and spray it onto the bangs. After this, comb the hair again and then work the bangs with your fingers. Next, use more hair spray to make the bangs more firm and stay in place. Continue to do this process until your bangs are completely to the side and they are ...

How To: Easily trim side swept bangs

This video is about how to easily trim side swept bangs at home. You will need a plastic grocery bag, a spray bottle, a clip or ponytail holder, a comb and some sharp scissors. First put your hair behind your ears so you can see where your bangs start and comb your bands straight down and comb the rest of your hair back and clip the back of your hair back. Get the bangs wet with your water bottle. Decide what length you want. Make sure to cut them a little longer than you want them to be beca...

How To: Make Bang Bang chicken

This is an instructional cooking video on how to make "Bang Bang Chicken", a spicy Chinese chicken dish, using leftover roast chicken. The instructor teaches you how to make the sauce in just a few minutes, for a quick and easy dinner with no cooking required. She starts by shredding the chicken and setting it aside. When making the sauce, she tells you all of the ingredients you need to add, and how much of each. She then blends the sauce, and pours it over her chicken. As a serving suggesti...

How To: Cut your own fringe side swept bangs

Want a new look but can't afford to go to the salon? Learn how to cut your own bangs at home with this video tutorial. Our host, bebexo will teach you how to cut your own bangs. Step by step, you'll learn the different steps on how to get side swept bangs. You will need a razor comb and a couple hair clips to get the fridge side bang look. If your bangs are long then you will need to cut them before attempting these bangs.

How To: Cut & style side swept bangs

Learn to style your bangs like Nicole Richie! First, pull the rest of your hair into a pony tail to keep it out of the way. Now take a straightener and straighten your bangs and sides. Choose where to part them, from the corner of the eyebrow is a good choice. Pull your bangs to the side. To cut them, take some scissors and run them down the side of the bangs in small snips, making the parted side shorter than the other side. To style them, straighten the bangs with a straightener and spray w...

How To: Keep your side bangs in place

Are your side bangs getting a little long and unruly? Need a new way to keep you hair out of your eyes without chopping off your hair? Growing out your bangs and they're getting in the way? This instructional video will show you how to keep your bangs tame and under control. Our host narrates and uses simple and easy to follow instructions to simple clip longer bands back and hold them in place. This hair style only requires one bobby pin to complete it.

How To: Draw different types of anime/manga hair

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw different types of anime/manga hair. Different types of hair can completely change the look of a character. For example, if you are going to draw hair on a girl manga character, you will want to make it curly and long. Use long lines with bangs to make this hair look more realistic. For guy manga characters, you will want to add a lot of triangles to the hair to make it look like spikes all over and give him short bangs as well. Give each of these your u...

How To: French braid your fringe or bangs like Lauren Conrad

Video shows how to use bobby pins to French braid your bangs to reflect a style used by Lauren Conrad. In order to begin this look bangs must come about down to your chin so it is long enough to braid. Starting out by brushing your hair straight you pull back your hair back with a clip leaving only your bangs free. Then you gather three small sections of hair and begin braiding starting with the back most length first. After finishing this braid you secure the braided hair back under the rest...

How To: Do a "Notebook" inspired bun & marcel wave hairstyle

In this tutorial, we learn how to do a hairstyle wave like the one in "The Notebook". First, start out by curling your entire head of hair. Now, grab your bangs and brush them up, then spray them with hair spray and let them dry while standing up. Then brush the bangs down to the side and spray the ends with hair spray and mold the hair with the hair spray. Clip the hair in place, and then spray hair spray over it once more. Once the hairspray is dry, take the clips out and brush the hair out...

How To: Fake bangs or fringe without cutting your hair

Have you ever wondered what you would look like with bangs but don't want to cut your hair? Check out this tutorial, then! In this video, Judy will show you how to create fake fringe that looks totally real so you can try out a new look without a big commitment. Have fun and see how many compliments you get on your new bangin' bangs!

How To: Scrunch with side cut bangs

In this tutorial, we learn how to scrunch with side cut bangs. First, take a shower and then let your hair air dry for a few minutes. After this, comb gel into your hair, leaving your bangs at the top of your head. Next, flip your head over and get some of the gel into the back of the hair. From here, you will grab the bottom of your hair and push it up into your head, making a fist. Spray hair spray in the hair to get it to scrunch better. When finished, just let your hair dry and then style...

How To: Easily cut your bangs

In this video, we learn how to easily cut your bangs. First, you will want to take a shower and have your hair went and brushed out. Next, part your hair so that your bangs are in the front and the rest of your hair is tied back behind you. After this, grab your scissors that are for hair cutting, and then level your hair out in front of you. Be sure to hold your head up straight and don't look too far down or up. Next, cut the bottom of your bangs where you want them to be at, then continue ...

How To: Give yourself Bettie Page bangs

Bettie Page's bangs are one of the iconic parts of her iconic look that has sadly been lost to the world. Bring it back! This video will teach you how to create your own replica Betty Bangs at home using only a curling iron. Unfortunately, you have to have straight bangs already, so if you don't you'll have to get out the straightener first. Once your hair is ready, the process in the video is quick and easy, and will give you that awesome vintage Betty look in no time.

How To: Style side bangs and fringe

In this tutorial, we learn how to style bangs. First, spray heat protector onto your hair and brush, make sure your bangs are damp. Now. grab your tunnel brush and hair dryer. Apply the brush under your bands and twist under, pulling it to sides. Make sure the blow dryer is on medium heat, not high. Keep blow drying your bands until they are fully dry on the top and bottom. Now, take a straighten and pull the bangs over to the side you desire, curling slightly at the bottom. Once you are fini...

How To: Cut your bangs like Hanh

Cut your bangs like Hanh! First, part off a triangular section of hair. Use a comb and keep it nice and straight. Make sure to take some of the bangs that hang down in front of your ears to frame your face. Pin the rest of your hair back. Then wet and comb your bangs. They don’t need to be soaked, but damp. Next, take a razor comb and start cutting so the shortest sections are at nose level and cascading down from there. Cut them longer as you move away from the center of your face. Make sure...

How To: Trim or cut your own side bangs

A useful video showing us how to cut our hair and have bangs. The name of the style is side swept bangs. The step by step video makes it clear and easy to follow. It is so simple so that anyone watching can do it. It also throws light on the type of scissors to be used. So watch it and give a new look to your face. It is for those who want to have a bang and to have a stylish look.

How To: Style a bang braid when your hair is down

This hairstyling video will show you how to style a bang braid, but only when you're hair is down, because it's a totally different process when your hair is up. If you don't know how to French braid, check out these how-to videos before proceeding. It's slightly explained in this video, but it would be better if you already knew the French braiding process, so that braiding your bangs is easier.

How To: Easily cut your own bangs

Want to cut your own bangs? Without looking like a crazy person? Give this hair-styling how-to, which presents one particular person's method for cutting her own bangs, a go. For a complete overview of the process, watch this free video tutorial.

How To: Cut swoop bangs & face framing layers

Going to the salon to get bangs and layers can get expensive, so this video shows how one girl transformed her hair from all over length to having swooping bangs and face framing layers. To create this look, she separates out her hair and uses hair scissors to cut small pieces at a time to achieve the desired style. This is not aimed at being a how-to video, but this is a good one to watch if you are contemplating cutting your hair at home.

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