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3 DIY 'Dos To Grow Out Your Bangs

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    We’ve all rocked fun fringe at some point and are well aware the power of bold bangs to transform your look. But what do you do when you’re ready to part ways with your trusted tresses and flirt with a new 'do? Growing out bangs can be a painful process and when you start looking less Zooey and more Muppet it is tempting to run for the nearest pair of scissors.

    Resist a fringe freak-out! While we still haven’t discovered a way to speed up the growing-out process (come on, science!), we do have a few tricks up our sleeve to get you through that awkward stage.

    Trust: These three simple DIY styles are designed to keep unruly fringe at bay and still leave your locks looking bangin’. Transition from shaggy to chic with a modern victory roll or a messy pomp. Or show off that gorgeous mug you’ve been hiding by sweeping your hair into a braided headband. Try one of these styles perfect for growing out bangs and before you know it, they’ll be yesterday’s 'dos.



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