Many people think that hair irons are for curling hair in the back. But this hair iron is actually also good at styling bangs.
In this issue, we will show you how to use a hair iron to set bangs!
What kind of look do you get when you iron your hair in the bangs?
Hair ironing and setting the hair iron can create soft, fluffy bangs. It creates a very girly, girlish, and rustic impression of a haircut.
Soft, gentle, and foreign girl-like image, curly bangs are loved by both women and men.
It is worth knowing how to set bangs with “bangs + hair iron,” which can also be used to deal with the sleeping habit of waking up in the morning to find that your bangs have split in a strange place.
However, it is quite difficult to make curls with a hair iron on the bangs. Make sure you know how to use it!
Hair iron bangs! What’s the trick?
When creating bangs with a hair iron, a very strong ally is the pin.
- Pin the top part of the bangs to the top of the head.
- Pull the bottom part with your fingers and curl inward.
Remove the pinned part and curl the hair from the roots toward the ends.
It is best to use a spray type styling product. Spray around the roots to create a fluffy look without a sticky feel.
When setting bangs with a hair iron, “temperature” is important. When setting bangs, it is best to curl them at a relatively low temperature, around 130 degrees Celsius, to avoid mistakes.
If you want the hair to flow to the left side, you can curl it well by pulling the hair to the right side and applying the hair iron to it.
Cautions for applying a hair iron to bangs
Hair irons are extremely hot machines. Even if you say, “Use a lower temperature when setting your hair in the front than when setting your hair in the back,” the temperature can be as high as 130 degrees Celsius. Considering that boiling water is 100 degrees Celsius, you can see how high the temperature is.
Unlike the back of your hair, the front of your hair will be subjected to such a high-temperature machine in close proximity to your forehead (face). Therefore, you have to work carefully so that it never touches your skin. You want to give yourself some time to get used to this!