For those of you who prefer a visual demonstration.
Makeup & Beauty
So I'm not gonna lie: bangs are tricky. Or at least they are on my hair: as I suspected would happen, I wake up looking far more like Alfalfa than Audrey. Kendrick thinks this is funny (I disagree).
But what Karmela told me when I was getting them cut is true: if you can manage to make your bangs look decent, that's really all you need to do with your hair - if you're in a hurry you can just twist the rest up onto the top of your head and look respectably done. And while at John Sahag Workshop last weekend, I learned how to do just that (the results of my tutorial are pictured above).
HOW-TO: BLOW-DRY PERFECT BANGS
1. Start with wet hair, and dry your bangs first (counterintuitive maybe, but they get a lot tougher to wrangle if they're left to their own devices for even a few minutes).
Q. Hey Jordan,
Well, the cold weather has hit...and my skin instantly turned scaly! Can you recommend some drugstore moisturizers (for the face) for winter?
You know how life changes (breakups, graduations, moves, etc) always make you want to cut all your hair off, or dye it red? For me, it's always bangs.