Carrie Underwood’s Choppy New Bangs: See Her Hair Makeover

Wed, January 23, 2013 11:32am EDT by Add first Comment
Carrie Underwood Haircut
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The country cutie recently debuted flirty, face-framing fringe! What do YOU think of her hair makeover? Check out our tips for styling her fun look.

Carrie Underwood, 29, switched out her side swept short layers for full, wispy bangs. This fresh new look transforms her signature sweet, sassy style into a ‘do with some serious edge! What do YOU think of her new look? Sound off below!

Carrie’s lightweight, textured bangs are the perfect addition to her sweet, new shorter cut. The frayed, tapered ends emphasize her style’s complex layers and gives her look a little bit more edge. The choppy ends also help her fringe from looking too bulky. Her sleek, straight bangs look natural and transition seamlessly into her curly length.

If you’re inspired by Carrie’s wispy fringe, add some edge to your own bangs with a texturizing styler like Oribe Rough Luxury Molding Paste. The tiniest dollop of this paste will make your bangs more workable, making that effortless, tousled style totally achievable. Focus the product only at the tips of your brow-skimming bangs to tame flyaways and still avoid making your hair unnecessarily greasy. For your edgiest style, mold your tips into jagged points, which will bring all the emphasis to your pretty eyes!

You can also use this molding paste to tame your mane of curls. Craft Carrie’s soft, springy curls by adding some paste to your style and twisting ringlets around your fingers. The tacky formula will keep your curls in place without sacrificing your hair’s body or movement.

HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Carrie’s new bangs? Vote below!

– Kristine Hope Kowalski

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