Bangs are all the rage lately, and they're a good way to call attention to your liquid eyeliner and tube mascara, as they typically fall right around your eyes. However, if you've been noticing increased acne on your forehead, your stylish 'do might be to blame.
According to Allure Magazine, hair that's touching your face can transfer oils from your scalp onto your delicate facial skin, often clogging pores and causing pimples. If you're using styling products like mousse, gel or hairspray, the effects are probably multiplied.
To clear up the problem, be sure to wash your hair frequently and use oil- and silicone-free haircare products, recommends the news source. This should help cut down on the pore-clogging effects, but you may also want to wear a different style for a while to give your forehead a break.
Clipping back your bangs can open up your face and still draw plenty of attention to your fabulous liquid eyeliner and tube mascara. Until the acne's cleared up, be sure to use a green-tinted concealer underneath your foundation to cover up those blemishes.