Change is good, but sometimes it's the getting there that's the hardest part. From unwanted flips to dealing with the shift from Summer to Fall, to see four different ways you can make any hair transitions you're going through all the more smooth, just keep reading.
"To grow out fringe, work with your stylist to thin it out," explains Jen McGann, the director of cosmetology at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture. "Really texturize it and take some of the perimeter weight out on the bottom." This technique will help remove bulk, allowing you to use a texturizing or smoothing product to help sweep the bangs to the side. Then, once they begin to grow out further, simply part the bangs, allowing them to grow around your face. See? Growing out your fringe isn't so bad, after all.
Say farewell to your big-time heating tools and overabundance of styling products; one of Fall 2011's biggest hair trends involves natural, loose, and easy hairstyles. Jen McGann, the director of cosmetology at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, says that it's all about natural-looking texture with an organic quality for the upcoming season. Be sure to check out five of her top picks for stand-out hair trends to try now.