If you're thinking of getting curtain bangs, be on high-alert: this style is all about keeping up your hair appointments. Ask your stylist for your bangs to be shaped shorter in the centre and longer at the sides.
Styling your fresh 'do is a breeze with the right hair tools but might require a few extra minutes in front of the mirror every morning. "When your hair is 80% dry, use a large round brush and hairdryer to blow dry the whole section of your curtain bangs forward and use your fingers to softly part in the centre," Nadine Johns-Alcock, National Education Manager for ghd Australia and New Zealand told InStyle Australia. In between washes a quality dry shampoo will add texture to your hair and extend the life of your style.