#Frenchgirlhair is an effortlessly chic, rock'n'roll look. French beauties Eva Green, Caroline de Maigret, and Charlotte Gainsbourg are icons for the style. The one thing they all have in common is great bangs. If you want yours to look like theirs, this is what you should be communicating to your hairstylist...
Make my bangs long and piecey
We've already told you how to get French Girl Hair, so you know that long, piecey bangs are a key aspect of the look (or 70s-style curtain bangs for a retro touch). However, there's something else we've never mentioned, but is important information to pass onto your hairstylist if you're interested in achieving the "true" French girl hairstyle. Let them know that the bangs should fall somewhere between your eyebrows and your cheekbones and be left a little thick. Also: Baby bangs, while a 2016 summer trend, are a definite "no" for this style!
Styling your French Girl Hair bangs
Texture is a major component of French Girl Hair and that includes your bangs. To obtain it, use a styling product like Wild Stylers Next Day Hair from Tecni.ART by L'Oréal Professionnel or Wild Stylers Scruff Me from from Tecni.ART by L'Oréal Professionnel.
And just like with all bangs, visit the salon regularly for a quick trim to keep them looking great!