Contrary to popular belief, Ken says bangs work for almost every face shape. If you have a wide face, it's important to leave the highest point of the forehead and the longest part of the chin exposed. This will elongate the face, Ken says.
Ken loves to create a "Bardot bang" on most women. This bang, which was inspired by '60s sex symbol Brigitte Bardot, is shorter in the center and longer on the sides. This allows a woman to part her hair on both sides. "Bangs are like a photo frame," Ken says. "You can crop out what you don't want to see."