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The “swoop” hairstyle is the trend of the 2000s that is making a big comeback this season
Rihanna. Selena Gomez. Zac Efron. All incomparable individuals who at one point had one thing in common: “swoop” bangs. (OK, so they can sing, trade, and probably have impeccable skin care routines too, but this story isn̵
7;t about them.) Anyway, you couldn’t go to the nearest Starbucks in a Juicy Couture tracksuit without going to the nearest Starbucks see hairstyle everywhere in the early 2000s – and if you believe the pros, it’s going to be making a comeback this fall. “After months of no bangs trim, I can see short bangs turn into a ‘swoop bang’ that brings the side part back into focus and replaces the middle part,” said César DeLeön Ramîrez, hairdresser and brand ambassador for Unite. Like an exaggerated side bang, the swoop works with any hair length and “looks good with short to long layers”. For styling, Ramirez recommends applying a blow dryer cream – one that smooths out frizz and runouts – to moisturize the hair, then using a round brush to blow out the long bangs into the soft style. (Or skip the blow dryer entirely and return to the side of your ponytail.) Versatile, simple, and approved by early aughts, it won’t go anywhere anytime soon. Check out the evidence that this is a hairstyle trend with endurance.