The Big Bang Theory 

I don't think of myself as a follower. I am all for being individualistic and original, especially when it comes to trends in fashion. But a few weeks ago, I succumbed and got bangs. And though I want to say I had been contemplating getting the face-framing cut for some time and didn't realize it was all the rage, I would be lying. I knew full well that bangs were hot and I had to have them, too.

The bang boom is in full swing with celebrities like Gwyneth, Britney and Catherine Zeta-Jones sporting forehead fringe. Long and wispy or short and pixie-like, bangs are a great way to update your look without drastically changing your hair. Though, I can attest, it didn't seem so subtle a change to me, at first. I spent a good week freaking out in front of the mirror and incessantly complaining about my new do. But that's just me.

I read somewhere that bangs had changed a woman's life -- she was actually quoted as saying so. If you plan on getting the cut, I wouldn't bank on life suddenly becoming better, but someone did ask me recently if I had gotten cheek implants. And I have been told my new bangs make my eyes "pop," whatever that means.

Maybe life is better with bangs. Guess riding the trend bandwagon isn't all that bad.

If you have a tip or have noticed a trend you think our resident fashionista should know about, e-mail your comments to product@creativeloafing.com.

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