This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #TimeWithAveeno #CollectiveBias Ladies, is there any worse hairdo than when you\u2019re growing out bangs? Seriously, it feels like a bad hair day almost every day. It is unnecessarily painful because you feel like you look like you haven\u2019t gotten a haircut in forever (which you probably haven\u2019t) and your hair can look so awkward when you\u2019re growing out bangs. I recently decided it\u2019s time for me to grow out my bangs. I\u2019ve had side bangs (that I sometimes wear straight across) for, I don\u2019t know, a decade? I really like my bangs. So why am I growing them out? Well, Boston does NOT agree with my bangs. I have naturally wavy hair and the bags are doing crazy things with all this humidity. If you\u2019re struggling to grow out your bangs, fear not! I have 7 tips for growing out bangs quickly with AVEENO\u00ae products from Walmart. 1. Deep Moisturize your Hair Weekly To help promote healthy hair growth, you must be sure you\u2019re moisturizing your hair well. I suggest a weekly deep moisturizer to keep your hair supple and well hydrated. 2. Use Quality Shampoo and Conditioner One of the most important steps to growing out bangs quickly is using quality shampoo and conditioner. Right now, I\u2019m using AVEENO PURE RENEWAL\u00ae Shampoo and Conditioner because it is sulfate-free and helps to rebalance hair\u2019s optimal moisture. It leaves my hair feeling shiny, healthier looking, and more full of life. This shampoo and conditioner is also effective at removing impurities and renewing my hair so it is more balanced. It is also dye-free and safe for my color-treated hair. While I\u2019m letting the conditioner soak in, I also use AVEENO\u00ae POSITIVELY RADIANT\u00ae 60 SECOND IN-SHOWER FACIAL which is just another way to pamper myself in the shower. It takes my skin from dull to bright and glowing. Plus, it works 4 times faster than other at-home masks and peels. If you\u2019d like to try any of these AVEENO\u00ae products for yourself, here is a coupon to save $2.00 at your local Walmart store. 3. Switch up Your Part If you are used to wearing your bangs straight across, you\u2019ll want to switch up your part. Pick a side and swipe your hair to the side. Or part them down the middle and pin them back or stick them behind your ears. 4. Get Creative with Bobby Pins When your bangs are too long to wear, but not long enough to stick behind your ears, bobby pins will be your best friends. You can try different styles of bobby pins. Recently, I saw a girl wearing colored bobby pins and she crisscrossed them to create little x\u2019s. It looked really chic. I\u2019ve also seen people stack several and create v shapes. Check out Pinterest for more bobby pin hair styling ideas. 5. Trim Your Fringe I know what you\u2019re thinking \u2013 I\u2019m trying to grow it out, I\u2019m not going to cut it! But if you don\u2019t do mini-trims, then you might end up with split ends. If your ends are dry, they will split and it will take even longer for your hair to grow out. Just do really subtle, mini trims to get off the split ends. 6. Try a Headband Just like bobby pins, headbands are a great way to get bangs out of your way. I actually love wearing headbands with a high ponytail or top knot. 7. Perfect the Braid Crown This is a great time for growing out bangs because you can rock the braid crown. It\u2019s ultra-popular right now and is a great style for getting bangs out of your face. I\u2019d suggest you check out Pinterest again for tutorials and styling ideas. I hope these tips for growing out bangs are useful if you\u2019re in a hair transition phase like I am. If you have other ideas, I\u2019d love to hear them!