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YuriHappiny
01-10-2010, 09:43 PM
Hey ya guys! =D i know there's like a billion threads on this topic D= sorry to add another! i just need a quick opinion. i ATTEMPTED styling Ariel's [The Little Mermaid] bangs and it came out like this: [>_> this picture is a bad angle of me, please go easy on mai poor soul XD]

http://i316.photobucket.com/albums/mm350/blueberrypopsicles/Picture19-3-1.png

Do you think this looks okay? D= @_@ If not, does anyone have any tips?

thank you so much in advance for any time/consideration! =D

Hee-Hee
01-10-2010, 09:58 PM
Have you tried backcombing the roots for more volume? That might make it have more "poof" without having to actually add more wefts.

YuriHappiny
01-18-2010, 06:02 PM
thank you so much, that's a wonderful tip! =D

Penguin_Empress
10-01-2010, 03:59 PM
If you're taking on a realistic role, I think Ariel's bangs are just a highly-exaggerated animated eighties style.

This pic right here is a lot like what I think you should do if you're going for realistic way with your bangs. It's just a lot of teasing.

abbie17
11-23-2010, 08:04 PM
Here's what you can do. :)

You'll need a a straightener, boar brush, and hairspray.

Heat up the straightener and take a bit of hair from the bangs. Pull the hair through the straightener in the direction you want it to stay, but instead of just pulling it straight, pull it upwards and around the straightener as you pull - almost like a curling iron (but a curling iron wouldn't have the same effect). Make sure you pull upwards! This will help with the poofing.

While the hair is still hot, quickly take the boar bristle brush and brush the hair - from underneath - into the style you want.

Do the same thing - straightening and brushing - with piece after piece until your bangs are all done.

Next, hold up the hair and spray a bit of hairspray on the underside, at the roots. Wait a few seconds for it to sink in, then brush from the roots outwards. Repeat until it stays!

Good luck!

Suzie Blue
01-01-2011, 12:44 PM
Abbie- That's good advice, but remember, you can't use a straightener on wig unless it's heat-resistant/stylable!!