So I’ve noticed that most of my parent friends with girl babies/toddlers do this thing where they let the child’s hair grow in front of her eyes, down to the nose, and then scoop it up in a barrette or a ponytail holder and stick it on top of her head. What’s up with that?!? Hasn’t anyone heard of bangs? Granted, I know people had “bangs” trauma as kids, but beauticians know how to make bangs look nice these days, and I know that as a kid, I wouldn’t have been able to stand hair in my eyes and probably would have hated clips. So, are bangs really out-of-style, because at least for adults, it seems like they’re making a come-back? Note: I get that it’s none of my business, but almost every girl-child I see has these awkward-long bangs in her eyes, and I’m just wondering.
Re: Hair in baby’s eyes...why y’all hate bangs?