Align the "background", which is part of the Bang, designed to remove. This work is necessary because without it "disappeared" bangs certainly leave sloppy tracks, which again have to be removed. If you are going to remove the bangs from the face, photographed full-face, make sure that the overall tone of the face was the same, and the skin is smooth, without spots and other defects.
Determine how you want to remove the bangs. Perhaps you just want to change the shape, shorten or, conversely, to lengthen the hair. Or just "cut off" piece to the straight bangs make a forward? Once you decide what are going to do, think "boundaries" the part of the image you want to delete.
Zoom in to see all the details of that piece of bangs that you want to remove. To work on removing some photos from a distance – so be sure to leave a suspicious edge lines or translucent piece of hair somewhere on the side.
Use the rubber Stamp tool to start to remove the bangs. In the process of carefully "distribute" based on top of bangs, like stretching the skin over the hair. This is quite a boring process as you need to constantly determine the point source for your stamp. To do this, select a skin area that will best hide the hair and not to seem rude inserted spot, and click it with the left mouse button, while holding the Alt key. Now your stamp will be like a brush to paint over the fringe of the "new" skin.
How often to update the point of origin of your stamp, trying realistic "stretch" the skin over the bangs. Don't forget that hair has a boundary line, so don't overdo it – the forehead may be too large or too small.
As soon as the bangs will be erased, do some correction of small errors that will surely arise in the process. Carefully paint over the dark spots, use the blur tool to even out the skin on the now open his forehead. Slightly dim the regional line of hair and "spread" it using the blur tool, not to be seen the artificial drawing.