How to Style Pinned Back Bangs

Pin backed bangs1As the weather heats up we are on the look out for cute hair styles that are heat proof! Today Katie is showing off a great styling solution for gals with bangs. This is a great option in case you've just had a day at the lake and your hair hasn't had the chance to dry all the way, or if you are planning a hiking adventure and want to keep your bangs out of your face.Twisted bangs steps1. Gather a section of hair in the front. 2. Begin back-combing or teasing from behind. This can give your hair more volume but also help keep loose strands in place. 3. Once the section is teased, wrap a small pony tail holder around the hair. 4. Divide into two sections and pull tight. 5. Gently pull or tug at the front of the hair to create more volume and a smooth "bump." 6. Curl the ends of hair towards the face to finish the look.Pin backed bangs3Katie suggests: Brushing through the curls to give them a smoother/wavier look. Hair spray will help keep this look in place throughout the day. Sweeten this look by adding a small bow or vintage hair clip. xo. elsie and emma

  • wow this is useful! thank you (:
    ps. Huge fan of skunkboyblog <3

  • LOVE this! This is how I always keep my bangs but to this is a great idea on how to give it a little extra look 🙂

  • Katie is super adorable. 🙂 Thanks for the tip!

    Kayla ☆

  • My husbands favorite hairstyle of mine is the simple bang-back with long curls. However, I’ve always used bobby pins and by the end of the day, my bangs are half out and crooked. I’ll def be trying this!


  • Very very cute and easy…Bravo!Thank you for your advice!I like it!

  • Super cute, and really feminine way of managing messy bangs.


  • I love this! I’ve been pinning my bangs back for, what feels like, forever while they’re growing out.

  • cute! love the little bow 🙂

  • I wish I had her hair!!!

  • Oh I will definitely be doing this! I’ve been wrestling with my bangs because they are growing out and I don’t have time to cut them, I usually just use bobby pins, but this is so much cuter! Thanks!!

  • Can`t wait to grow my hair a bit more, and that I could do this perfect haircut.. Kate is adorable!

  • Lovely post! I have bangs, and planning to pin them up for the summer, so this is definitely very helpful 🙂


  • Cute cute cute. Kinda makes me wish I had my bangs back so I could do this, haha.


  • Very cute! Definitely going to do this! Thanks for the post ♥

  • So simple and so useful! I’ll definitely be using this 🙂

  • My bangs are growing out but aren’t Quite long enough to tuck behind my ear or pull back into my ponytail.

    In other words, this is a great tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

  • Very cute! I’m going to try this. Thank you.

  • Love this idea! i have a black gosgrain bow headband that I’ve had difficulty wearing ever since i cut my hair shoulder length (like Sucre) but I could totally see this!
    Thanks for the idea,
    ▲▲▲ Liana G. ▲▲▲

  • I love Katie’s hair! So adorable, I’m a brunet and some times I wished I had red hair. Absolutely adorable. Love the black bow! <3

  • So cute! Such a great idea. I always feel frumpy when I pin my bangs but this looks lovely! Thanks for sharing.

  • Perfect! Love! My go-to style, when I was finally growing out my bangs, was to side part my hair and then twist the bangs ( a little extra hair) and bobby pin it over to the side. It was perfect and helped hold some volume too!

  • I am definitely saving this link for when I have bangs again.It’s such a struggle to make them look good pinned back!

  • thanks for this. I have bangs right now and SoCal weather is PMSing from hot to cold to hot again so my bangs go crazy. Awesome tip 🙂

  • Very very sweet! I love this!

  • geeeez, she’s gorgeous. great tutorial!

  • My bangs are at that tricky stage where they just do what they want and don’t listen to me, but this is the perfect solution for that. I love it

  • Katie – I love your hair colour!
    Not sure I am brave enough to go red, but I am trying this – love your hair tutorials ♥

  • Great…just what I needed! I have very curly hair and made the mistake (many times) of getting bangs, only to have to pin them back cause they curl like crazy. I love this unique way of pinning them back and it’ll be easier for me because that curl is already in place with no extra work!

  • What a cute style! This is perfect for me, as I’m growing out my bangs and they’re driving me crazy 🙂

  • This could well be my upcoming wedding party hairdo!!



  • Wicked! Definitely going to take advantage of this idea since it’s getting warm!

  • It’s one of my favorite styles also. But only for a cool night. I have a ton of thick hair and when its really hot, I have to get my hair off my neck. I’ve been posing lots of braided up do’s lately. Thanks for sharing.

  • BEAUTIFUL! I love this!

  • Love it,
    I think everything she do in her hair will be great, her hair itself is amazing

  • SO CUTE! Will definettly try! Thanks so much for sharing!

    P.S. You are SO cute Katie!

  • cute cute cute. I used to do this all the time, adorable!


  • It’s great to have an option for my bangs ! I’m growing them for ages it seems, but in reality only for 5 months !

    I’ve been wearing bangs for all my life and I feel really naked with my forehead exposed.

    I thought about cutting my bangs again but I will give this easy hair do a try.

    I just wanted to say : Thanks Katie 🙂

  • This would be great for me, since I am trying to grow out my dreadful bangs. Thanks! 🙂

  • Her hair is such a lovely color! I want to steal it! Ah!

    Kindness is the best accessory,

  • gorgeous hair colour .. going to give this a try xx

  • it looks easy,but when i done it by myself,it is hard.

  • How funny that I was just pinning my bangs back today and suddenly came across this post now, haha. Well then, I shall be adding some curls to my hair now to make this look… I wish I had some vintage bows though!

  • Truly adorable. It’s funny cause I made the decision to cut my bangs (after I spent so much time trying to grow them out)! Now I always bobby pin them back till they grow again. However, this is a cute, fun alternative to the bobby pins. 🙂

    Love your blog!


  • Great tips, and your model is too cute! 😉

  • I love this hairstyle, I am definitely going to try this out very soon!

  • Great idea! I have been looking for another idea for styling my long hair and this is perfect.

  • Cute and Easy…my favorite way to go…no muss no fuss. I like it.

  • Hi to all, how is the whole thing, I think every one is getting more from this web page.

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