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Front bangs never go out of trend. What more? They manage to give you a very cute and dainty look. However, there’s no denying that it can get very difficult to manage the growing out phase of bangs. It not just makes it very uncomfortable for one to style their hair but also, leaves us with very few options on how to wear them. Here are some ways in which you can style your awkwardly long bangs:

Half-up Space Buns

Since the growing-out-of-bangs phase doesn’t allow you to pull your hair back in a ponytail, space buns make for a much better option. They are a great way to get your shorter strands out of your face. To achieve space buns successfully, pull the top half of your hair into two even sections. Secure the buns with bobby pins and pull out a few strands from both the sides to make it look casual.

 

Half-up Space Buns

 

Crown Braid

A crown braid is easier than it seems. They have more staying power when done with second-day hair. To achieve a crown braid successfully, you can start by creating two low, plaited pigtails and pull them to create more volume. Secure each pigtails with clear elastics. Pull one braid up and over your head and secure it using bobby pins. Repeat the same step on the other side and place the second braid behind the first.

 

Crown Braid

 

Side Part with Pins

Front bangs can get too annoying, especially on days when they don’t behave. To avoid this situation, create a deep side part and secure bangs to one side with two crossed bobby pins or use three pins to form a triangle so they can stand out.

 

Side Part For Pins

 

Center Part Pinned Hair

This can be your go-to hairstyle. Not to forget, time-saving and how! All you need to do is part your bangs down the middle and loosely twist them on either side before securing them with bobby pins. And, you’re good to go!

 

Center-Parted Pinned Hair

 

Know of any other ways to style your awkwardly long bangs? Tell us in the comments below!