Wispy Asian Bangs have become trendy in the past few years even though it first emergen in the 80s.
80’s: The Era of Experimenting with New Hairstyles
The ’80s was the era when the actresses and models try and experiment themselves with new hairstyles. This era will make you feel nostalgic in no time. The era was filled with some crazy and funky hairstyles, wispy bangs were one of them. These hairstyles at that time use a lot of hair sprays to set them. Wispy Asian Bangs was invented at that particular time of experimentation. The era was of no limits I must say this electric decade of excess was full of funkiness and chicness.
These flashy hairstyles have popped out again in the 20s.
What are Wispy Asian Bangs?
Wispy Asian Bangs are also known as lightly feathered bangs because they are cut slightly feathery towards the end. If someone is looking for thin and fine hairs or wanting to convert their thick hair into fine hair they can go for this haircut. Nowadays people don’t stick up to one haircut they usually go for makeovers and bangs are the best way to achieve it.
Wispy Asian Bangs vary according to one’s hair. There are different ways to cut Wispy Asian Bangs for long and short hair.
- Rock and roll wispy bangs for long hair.
- Wispy bangs with natural texture
- Long sexy side-parted fringes
- Lovely wispy bangs for thin hair
- Elegant updo with side-parted wispy bangs
- Wave and wisps
Wispy Asian Bangs – Korean Bangs
Wispy bangs are more famous among Asian countries. That’s why they are certainly known as Awsian wispy bangs. Japan, Korea, China are some of the countries that are extremely famous for Asian wispy bangs. Korean bangs are styled in such an aesthetic that they complete one’s fashion sense.
How to Cut the Famous Korean Long Wispy Bangs?
Step 1: Decide from where you want to have your bangs and till which length.
Step 2: The portion of your wispy bangs that are falling near to your eyebrows is the main part to focus on.
Step 3: Cut the length between the upper lash line and your eyebrows making a precise vertical line.
Step 4: Part the two sections from the middle and start cutting them in proportion to the bridge of your nose all the way towards your jawline.
Step 5: These fringes will help in covering your jawline.
How to Cut Wispy Asian Bangs at Home?
If you are looking for ways to cut and have beautiful bangs at home you are in right place.
Step 1: After washing your hair blow dry them and part it into two sections from the middle. Make sure that your hair is free from knots and is untangled.
Step 2: Create a horizontal parting across the top of your head. Use a rattail comb to part it neat and clear.
Step 3: Pull your rest of the hair into a ponytail leaving the front layer hanging into your face. To have a perfect bang first straighten that part before cutting those fringes.
Step 4: Divide the front layer into three sections. Keep those side sections clipped away. Cut the middle fringe accordingly to your face length about how long you want that to be.
Step 5: After cutting those middle-parted fringes just comb that down with the rattled comb nicely. according to the middle parting just make sure that the two side partings are just one-inch longer than that.
More 80’s Hairstyles That Have Emerged in the 20s
Mullets- Long Wispy Bangs
The fe-mullet hairstyles were renewed this year by adding more layers and volume and fuller fringes. People who have round, rectangular, and square-shaped faces can go for this hairstyle as it will look good on them.
Shag- Thin Wispy Bangs
Many of the industry hairstylists have mentioned or referred it to be L.A hairstyle. This hairstyle will brow graze your look and will help in reducing helmet-y jawline.
Fanned Out Thin Wispy Bangs with Long Hair
The hairstyle gives a wispy edge to the bangs and fringes to be blown out to set on one side of the hair.
Fanned Out Thin Wispy Bangs with Blunt Bob
Bangs on the bob-cut hair look much bigger than they are actually been cut. To crop the length they are being summarised according to the bob blunt.
Using Scarf for Hair Styling
Using scarves to style your hair in a different ways is a trend that has reappeared in the 20s again.