Angled bangs are a fun way to rock straight across indie fringe. Bangs are still cut blunt but they start off short and get longer on a diagonal. Side swept bangs flatter most face shapes so check out these three ways to wear angled bangs. Rather than a long layer that sweeps across the forehead and tucks behind the ear, diagonally cut fringe falls straight down on the forehead.
Your face shape will determine which length of bangs is best for you. As with all hairstyles with bangs, oval faces can opt for any length or shape. These angled bangs are a fun look that works with any hairstyle.
These blunt cut bangs start straight across the forehead and angle down towards the ear. Keeping bangs on the shorter side the best option for heart-shaped faces. The diagonal bangs will draw attention to your eyes and up away from a prominent chin. The diagonal fringe is great with a bob of any length.
Angled bangs also look great with long layered hair. They are a bolder alternative to soft side swept fringe. These bangs are especially flattering for long faces because they reduce the appearance of length.
For round faces, the best bangs are longer. Deep side bangs create an arc that elongates the face and minimize the appearance of wide cheeks. These long diagonal bangs that end in a dramatic peak are fresh and modern. To make sure the bangs hang correctly, these asymmetrical bangs are best for straight, thick, or coarse hair.