To bang or not to bang. Isn’t that always the question?
Get the answer at Butterfly Studio’s new bar devoted to the face-framing cut.
To start, a stylist (ask for owner Kattia Solano) talks you through a large collage of bangs done right (Mara, Swift, Schiffer). She then goes over the proportions of your face, hairline, neck, and hair texture and loosely attaches a variety of fake fringe. Once you decide on a look, it’s over to the wash and blowout.
Go for the real chop or, if you remain noncommittal, she can simply reapply, trim, and style (topknots and ponies look swell) the fangs (faux bangs).
We suggest you take 783 photos, post them to Facebook, and watch the results roll in. If things are overwhelmingly positive, book the permanent cut. If not, you can always use the fakes (one spritz of dry shampoo per wear) when you feel frisky.
And want to give good forehead.
Butterfly Studio, 149 Fifth Avenue, between 21st and 22nd Streets, second floor (212-253-2100 or butterflystudiosalon.com). Bang treatments start at $68.
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