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In the first episode of the new season of Emily in Paris, the main character (Lily Collins) picks up a pair of scissors after a bottle of rosé and romantic professional drama.she goes to Cut into her long brown locks.
“Emily, no!” her best friend and roommate Mindy (Ashley Park) says desperately, but it’s too late. Emily has already cut what Mindy jokingly dubbed “Trauma Bangs.”
The emotional hair hacking moment resonates with women, many of whom have done something similar at some point.On TikTok, the hashtag #traumabangs has been viewed more than 2.1 million times, a week ago about 1 million times. The hair stylist says she’s getting more and more requests to fix her bangs with her DIY.
“I’ve had the opportunity to fix a lot of self-harming bangs,” Devin Toth, a New York City hairstylist at salon SCK on Fifth Avenue, told The Post. When cutting, it is usually done with hopeless speed as opposed to meticulous planning and precision.”
Toth said bangs are becoming more popular these days.
“I have definitely noticed an increase in straight Birkin. [named after ’60s fashion icon Jane Birkin] The latest bangs are like what Lily Collins wore in ‘Emily in Paris’ and Anne Hathaway in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’,” he said.
Zara Moses, 29, recently made a hasty decision to wear bangs on her hair, and she doesn’t regret it. After her whirlwind romance ended abruptly last month, she picked up the scissors.
“It started with a broken heart,” the London-based makeup artist told The Post. “I felt like [they would] I was embarrassed to be shaken, so please cover your face.
But bangs didn’t just hide her sad eyes. They made her feel better and helped her find new love.
“[I ended up feeling] Empowered and realized I got more attention [with them]! Moses posted her new “to do” clip on TikTok with the caption, “I did it, I cut my traumatic bangs.”
However, they are not always so successful.
“I got my bangs cut in 2013, shortly before ‘Emily in Paris,'” Philadelphia project manager Anya Gazian told the Post. “I had just gotten out of a four-year toxic relationship. , wanted to change everything.”
Unfortunately for Gazian, the new look didn’t suit her curly hair and she soon regretted working from home.
“I hated it. I should have listened to my best friend telling me not to do it,” laughed the 28-year-old. “I was born with curly hair… I’ve always had short, curly and frizzy hair.”
On TikTok, @eve21301 said he got bangs because he wasn’t particularly traumatized, but was traumatized by his new hairstyle.
“I don’t know how to style them.
With such horror stories, Toth recommended that women leave their surrounding areas to the experts.
Emily’s trauma trimmings looked adorable on the Netflix show, but real life is rarely rosy.
“Her bangs were a very surreal success story,” he said. “Instead of being completely ruined and flattered, they were picture perfect.”