Bang. Bang. You're a Hit!
It's Back ..Punk Rock Hairstyles with Alluring Submissive
by Hair By Lance Lanza
Suddenly, it seems overnight the 80s heavy bang one Punk Rock
hairstyles is appearing all over high fashion magazines and
Some of you remember the new wave era punk
princesses such as X's Exene Cervenka and
singer/performance artist Lydia Lunch
with edge haircuts and chunky, thick bangs. Well, guess what.
They're back. Definitely a great look for fall and winter.
Today you can come to Lance Lanza's
Los Angeles Area Salon
to get this color.
Above right: Active Famed Punk Rock Singer Exene Cervenka of X
The good thing is that heavy bangs can give a young schoolgirl
look, if not a reform-schoolgirl look. They can hide frown lines
better than a temporary and expensive shot of Botox. Also, for
those fortunate people who are very slim, with oblong faces, it
can give your face a more balanced look.
Left above: Sassy and edgy hair style with Bangs. Hair By
Lanza Hair Salon in Los Angeles
Finding the right amount of bangs for you is something you
should discuss with your hairdresser. What you need to take into
consideration is not only the shape of your face but the texture
and thickness of
your hair. Will you only need to blow them out, or will you have
to flat-iron them? Will it take too much thickness from the
layers and length?
below: famous singer Joan Jett
Clip your hair back and play around a little bit before booking
a beautifying bang makeover.
For colors to make a bang of a hit, I suggest dark brown base
colors with either auburn or golden brown highlights done
Another fabulous perk from these new edgy bangs is the attention
they will bring to your eyes. Your bold bangs can almost
transfix men's gazes into your eyes, a sort of hair aphrodisiac
you would buy at the Pleasure Chest of Hollywood! A late 1980s
underground movie starring Lydia Lunch best describes this
riveting bang trend, "Submit too Me" really describe How
alluring bangs can be if they are done the right way.
Active New York underground Singer and Artist Lydia Lunch