Chin Length Bangs

Chin length bangs are perfect with layered hairstyles. A great strategy is to cut bangs or layers in the fall. Let them grow for the rest of the year so they are long in the summer. The bangs will long enough to be manageable and frizz free for summer hairstyles.

Chin length bangs will also fit easily into braids, ponytails, and hair up hairstyles. This look works for heart and oval face shapes.

Chin length bangs look great worn straight and swept to the side. The long layers can be easily be integrated into updos or hair up hairstyles.
These long bangs perfectly balance out heart-shaped faces. This face shape is wide at the temples and narrow at the chin. Face framing bangs add fullness at the jaw and soften the chin. For angular faces, combine chin length bangs with wispy fringe or side swept layers.

For wavy hair, chin length bangs are flattering and easy to wear. Rather than needing to straighten fringe everyday, these long bangs look great worn with natural wave and curl.

Chin length bangs are a part of layered hairstyles. Long layers add volume to thin hair, reduce bulk and create shape for thick hair, and add body and movement to all hair. This flexible fringe looks great parted in the center or swept to the side.

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