Your Guide to Getting the Best Bangs For Your Face

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Before you get a snip, find the most flattering style for your face:

Face Shape: Heart Shaped

Best Bangs: Wispy

Unstructured bangs will help soften and complement your well- defined chin (blunt styles would create clashing angles). Keep them in place yet piecey with a hair spray. Try TIGI Work It Haute Iron Spray, Rs.650.

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Face Shape: Oval

Best Bangs: Blunt

Your symmetrical face will look sexy with a little edge, and bold, straight bangs are perfect. Blow them out with a paddle brush, and mist on a frizz-control spray like L'Oréal Professionnel tecni. art Conditioning Anti-Frizz Spray For Thick Hair, Rs.800.

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Face Shape: Square

Best Bangs: Parted

The distinct curve created by parted bangs balances out the angles of your jawline for a more feminine look. Position your part off- center to avoid a tulip effect. Lock strands in place with Sebastian Professional Mousse Forte, Rs.1,300.

Face Shape: Round

Best Bangs: Side-Swept

A low, dramatic swoop slims the sides of your face and makes your cheekbones stand out more. Comb a flexible-hold cream through damp strands, then blow-dry to the side. Try Wella High Hair Styling Mousse, Rs.550.

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