How to Stop Conditioner From Getting on Bangs

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Bangs can get a little greasier than the rest of your hair, partly because they're sitting on your forehead and partly because they're some of the finest hair on your head. Learn how to stop conditioner from getting on bangs with help from an experienced hairstylist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Jordana Lorraine, and I'm going to show you how to stop conditioner from getting on your bangs. Bangs can get a little greasier than the rest of your hair, partly because they're sitting on your forehead and partly because they're some of the finest hair on your head. So you might want to stop conditioner from getting on them because it could weight them down more. After you rinse the shampoo from your hair gather it into a low ponytail and apply conditioner on the ponytail area. Then run your fingers slowly up your head so that a smaller amount gets closer to the scalp and higher on the head. If you completely avoid the bang area and clip your hair up with the conditioner it will never get on your bangs.

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