Getting bangs is always fun – until you have to style them. Luckily, our favorite vampire girl, Nina Dobrev, dropped her bangs-styling hack. Although she describes them as a “mistake,” she has found a way to make them look good. Find out how she managed to pull them off.
Nina Dobrev’s Blowout
Nina Dobrev got her bangs back in June, and she revealed that she needed a little help to perfect her look. The 34-year-old actress shared that her hairstylist had taught her how to blow her hair out herself through FaceTime.
Nina said the secret product was the Kevin Murphy Doo Over Dry Powder Finishing Hairspray. The hack is to put it on your bangs after they’ve been blown out. It gives them more texture and makes them dirty-looking. Of course, nobody wants them to be clean, apparently.
The Glamorous Bang Look
Nina Dobrev showed off her Emily in Paris-inspired bangs ahead of the Out-Laws premiere in June. Ever since then, her hair has been looking gorgeous. However, Dobrev shared that her bedhead has made her question her choice in July. “I woke up this morning and thought to myself, Whose idea was it to get bangs?” The star jokingly said in a TikTok video that when her boyfriend saw her, he thought he had entered the wrong apartment. She added, “I can see now that this was a mistake.”
Obviously, Nina has found a way to make her bangs look perfect. As always, practice makes perfect, and everything can be fixed with a bit of the right product. The actress is known for always looking annoyingly perfect, and her new hairstyle is no exception. So, keep this hack in mind and get the bangs you were so scared of!
Breakups are never easy – there’s always that lingering feeling of ‘what if’ and maybe even unresolved feelings. It’s always a hard time and people usually slip up and text an ex once in a while. But there are times when you should and times you shouldn’t. You just have to know when it’s appropriate and when you should stop and linger over the thought for a while.
Why Is the Urge There?
The hardest thing about a breakup is when you can’t get the ex out of your head and can’t seem to let go of the relationship. When you truly love someone, it’s difficult to simply say goodbye. That’s why so many people feel the urge to text their ex at random moments. It’s hard not to want to communicate with someone if you’re constantly thinking about them. Know what you need in order to be happy and keep in mind that it’s fine to keep in touch as long as you’re not causing yourself unnecessary pain and rejection from the ex.
When It’s Okay to Text an Ex
Regardless of what the popular opinion may be, there is an appropriate time to communicate with your ex. That time is when you see genuine remorse on their end about having hurt you and when there’s a true chance the two of you might reconcile and get back together. And there’s no amount of time to wait – if you truly feel the moment is right, reach out!
When to Take a Step Back
If the impulse to text an ex appears, you must think about the time in which it’s happening. When there’s a new relationship blooming, it’s not okay to open communication. A lot of people think that a few words might turn up old feelings of love, but that’s not always the case. And when you feel you’re constantly to blame for what went wrong and there’s no chance of that changing – fight the urge and cut off communication!
Ask Questions Before Doing Anything
If you’re on the fence about whether you should reach out to an ex, there are a few questions to ask yourself to help you decide. Be honest and answer them all before taking the step and opening up your phone to start communication.
- What’s the response you’re hoping to get?
- How will another response make you feel?
- How would you feel if the ex doesn’t reply?
- Will you be hurting them by reaching out?
- Is it beneficial for either of you to communicate?
If you want to text an ex, make sure it’s the right step for you. Ask some of the important questions and be honest about the answers. Think about where you are in life and what will happen if you reach out. Know yourself before opening communication!