Hairstyles for Teens with Side-Swept Bangs

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Hairstyles for Teens with Side-Swept Bangs
Side-swept fringe may be worn on any shape of face. (moody teen image by pixelcarpenter from

Side-swept fringe are good for teen girls who are growing their hair out and are a stylish option for boys, too. You can create this bang style by parting the front of your hair on the side of your head, off centre, and combing the hair so that it covers your forehead at an angle. Side-swept fringe are versatile and accent almost every shape of face.

Pixie Hairstyle

A pixie hairstyle consists of short hair in the back and longer hair in front. To create a sleek looking pixie hairstyle, place a bit of pomade or gel in the palms of your hands and rub them together. Incorporate the pomade throughout your hair evenly and apply some shine serum to your hair in the same manner. Create a deep part in your fringe, at the front of your head, and brush them to the respective side of your forehead. For example, if your part is on the right, brush your fringe toward the left side of your face. Brush the rest of your hair to the back of your head and set it with hairspray.

Bob for Girls

The bob is a great hairstyle if you have medium-length hair. To create a bob, place hair gel in your hair, make a deep part in your fringe and brush the fringe to their respective side of the head. Then place large curlers in your hair and allow it to set per the instructions that came with the curlers. Remove the curlers, separate the curls into ringlets and leave it as it is for a curly hairstyle. Alternatively, brush out the curls and tease your hair with a comb at the top of your head so you have a hairstyle that boasts volume. Pin the side-swept fringe with a barrette, leave them loose or tucked behind your ear, or adorn your head with a headband.

Long Hairstyle

If you like the look of your long hair, but want to thin out its volume without losing length, add long layers to it. Have your hairstylist create the first layer at chin-level, and then add two or three more layers down the length of your hair. Creating the first layer at the chin will give you long fringe that you can brush to the side. Additionally, for girls, if you decide to style your hair in an updo, you will have the option of securing your styled fringe into a ponytail or leave them loose to frame your face.

Hairstyle for Guys

Guys can utilise side-swept fringe to make longer hair look neat. Whether the hair on the back of your head is short, shoulder length or long, side-swept fringe are simple to create, will help keep your hair out of your eyes and require only a few hair styling products, if any at all. If you find that you do need to use products to keep your fringe in place, put a dollop of pomade or gel in your hair, brush and style your fringe and finish with a light spritz of hairspray.

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