Sunday, May 28, 2023

This New TikTok Trend For Bangs Is Not Safe

Whatever your hair type, at some point in your life you should have have considered wearing bangs, Whether in Taylor Swift’s classic style, a little short for a hipster or as light as Selena Gomez, we’ve all considered the possibility, even going as far as some mental breakdown or Mercury retrograde. Those who have joined this fashionable wave and wear this style know very well what their main enemy is: the wind. The wind that gets completely disturbed, Shapes bangs and highlights forehead Anyone who wears this is the nightmare of everyone who wears fringe.

Looking for a solution to this problem, many beauty Tik Tokers have started promoting a tip that they promise will keep their bangs in place and prevent them from being blown away by the wind. This trick is called ‘glue bangs’ and is the new life hack of the social network which involves applying glue to false eyelashes in strategic areas of the forehead and adhering the ends of the bangs so that they stay attached to the face, Influencers who have worn the look happily approve of it, making sure it really works. And it is clear that it looks like a solution. No one wants to spend precious minutes in the morning trying to shape it, and what’s more complicated, to have it with us all day and regardless of the weather. However, this practice has been pointed out as a mistake by specialist hairdressers and dermatologists.

Although social networks have given us great hacks like creating fluffy eyebrows with glycerin soap or wearing super defined curls with a strainer-diffuser. We can also find some other very questionable on this forum that it is better to consult experts on this topic. We took the testimony of dermatologist Dr. Sonia Khurana, who confirms our suspicions. “The glue and hair can irritate the skin and clog pores, causing contact dermatitis or redness”, experts say. “Another thing to consider is how you plan to remove this glue, as any pulling can lead to hair breakage.”

This trick isn’t entirely new, it’s a hairdressing secret used by many for red carpet appearances. What we do know shows that it works, but that doesn’t mean it’s meant to be used on a daily basis. Although eyelash glue is a product designed to be used on the skin, Applying to different parts of the face can have side effects, especially if you have sensitive or acne-prone skin., Finally, there are still old-school solutions like a light dose of hairspray or applying a little gel to keep everything in place.

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