Bangs have always been trendy, but 2012 is a year entirely dedicated to the haircuts with bangs. They are stylish, feminine, easy to arrange and they have the power to change your entire wedding appearance. If you are soon a bridesmaid you have all the reasons in the world to consider a haircut of the kind; you are guaranteed to impress.
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Bangs come in different lengths and shapes and if you have never had them before, your first mission is to establish what is the length that is the most suitable for your face shape and the form that will put you most to an advantage. As such, you could get straight cut bangs if you have a rather round face or/and straight hair of a medium length.
Bob haircuts are also very fashionable these days and they team up wonderfully with bangs, so adopting a hair style of the kind for the wedding will surely be a hit. You could choose to have your hair parted in the middle in equal shares and match it with straight eye lashes length bangs or you could part it on one of the sides and have bangs inclined towards the left or the right depending on which side you would like to stress.
As a bridesmaid you will have to stand out from the crowd, but you do not have to shock, so make sure you experiment with the bangs a few months before the big event. It would be ideal to ask for the opinion of a professional, as well, or even let yourself entirely on his hands. Should you want a more spectacular appearance, you could ask for loose curls or maybe for a messy, full of volume hair style. The latter is a sure way of receiving compliments and also quite easy to achieve.
You could obtain a stunning look with bangs even if your hair is short, too. If you are bold enough, you can get the bangs on the side and a neat, fine haircut on the other side. Do ask for the advice of a hair stylist, though, because, no matter how strong is your wish to surprise, this might not be to your advantage.
Last but not least, wear your bangs haircut with the right attitude. Never leave the impression that you are uncomfortable with it or that it is too much for you.