As/Is·Posted on Jun 16, 201517 Foolproof Ways To Stop Bang SweatHALP. My face is melting.by Christina LanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / Buzzfeed OK, so let's talk about bang sweat. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF New Line Cinema / Via giphy.com It's one of our body's grossest reactions to summer heat. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Disney // Christina Lan / Buzzfeed / Via phinedroidandferbot.tumblr.com And while we should respect this natural sheen, bang sweat is a fucking pain. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via youtube.com Pimples, stickiness, greasy hair, sweat-in-my-eyes, sweat-in-my-tea, sweat-drenched, and basically no-dates-ever. So here are some options when it comes to owning the ~plastered~ look. WPA Pool / Via Getty Unless, of course, you look this good. 1. Dry shampoo is your best friend. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Lift up your bangs to spray the underside of the bangs, then rake your fingers through the roots to evenly distribute the product.Great, affordable options include Not Your Mother's Clean Freak, Umberto Dry Clean, Batiste, and Moroccan Oil. 2. If you want to use hairspray, make sure it's anti-humidity. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Hairspray can hold your hair back, but for the summer, it's best to keep the weight off.Minimum frizz: Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity SprayBudget-friendly: Suave Luxe Style Infusion Absolutely sticky-free: Bamboo Smooth 3. Prep your face for extra absorption with finishing powder. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Finishing powders reduce the buildup of sweat and oil. 4. For more immediate quick fixes, use oil-blotting sheets. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Buy here. 5. Use an anti-humidity heat protectant when blow drying your hair. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For better results, blow dry immediately after showering and in the direction you want your bangs to fall. Buy anti-humidity heat protectant here. 6. Get a keratin treatment. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This typically results in frizz-free, luscious bangs for three to four months. 7. Ask your hairstylist for an undercut in the front to thin out your bangs. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 8. If you want to pin up your bangs, make sure to use the bobby pin with the straight side facing up. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 9. Stock your closet with headscarves. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Till winter, bangs. 10. Or hard headbands that will look fantastic with some teased hair. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Tease your hair from the front to the back of the head in order to keep them in place. Tutorial here. You'll need dry shampoo, a good teaser comb, and some hairspray. Painless, pretty headbands can be found here and here. 11. For something sportier, try a no-slip headband. Via etsy.com Buy this ninja turtle one and others here. 12. Cool yourself down with a handheld air conditioner... Via ebay.com Too sneaky for its own good, you can just pretend like you're using a new "phone." 13. ...a fan that you can wear around your neck... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Nothing relieves you of sweat like a nice, cool breeze. 14. ...and one that plugs into your computer. Via etsy.com The most essential of all workspace gadgets. Buy the little one here. 15. Avoid foods that make you sweat. Cory Thoman / Getty Images Foods being MSG, anything spicy, alcohol, caffeine, garlic, onions, and other calcium-rich foods. 16. Stay hydrated. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Drinking water is the #1 way to combat your body's sweaty urges. 17. And if all else fails, consider getting a micro-fringe. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Proof that you can absolutely pull this look off. But, remember that your bangs look amazing in any condition and at the end of the day, bang sweat is just your hair hugging your beautiful face. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com Go forth, bang-sweaters!