Eye brow skimming bangs add mystery and intrigue to any hairstyle! Keep this length with frequent trims.
Blunt bangs also look great cut on an angle! These long bangs perfectly frame the face!
Blunt cut bangs with a bob is a classic look that never goes out of style! See Jessica Biel, Rachel Bilson, and the ravishing Zooey Deschanel for inspiration!
Blunt fringe cut straight across the forehead play up your best features! Especially eyes, lips, and the line of the jaw. Play it up even more with red lipstick!
Eyebrow Length Bangs
Sassy. Sexy. Sultry. These bangs are hot! Wear them extra long for added intrigue. Just be sure to complement the look with plenty of mascara!
Another way to rock blunt fringe is these gorgeous curved bangs. The rounded edges add softness that work even better with loose curls.
Blunt fringe can the thick and full or light and airy. Get the same effect for fine or thinner hair with these wispy bangs!
How To Cut Straight Across Bangs
If you're feeling confident, you can cut your own straight across bangs! Cut them dry - wet hair is longer and you don't want to guess. Be sure to use extra sharp scissors that you only use for hair.
If there is one hairstyle associated with the indie scene, it's straight across bangs. Think Feist, Leighton Meester, and Miss Bangs herself, Zooey Deschanel.
Bangs cut straight across add glamour to straight hair. They frame the face and focus attention on the face when hair is worn up or down.
Straight Across Bangs
Add some old school glamour to modern bangs by slightly curling them under. You can use a round brush and hairdryer or a curling iron.
If you have thick hair, adding bangs is a great way to reduce bulk and add manageability. Wear thick bangs extra long for this gorgeous look.
Cutting bangs on an angle adds some edge to every hairstyle, even the humble ponytail. Wear angled bangs straight down or sweep fringe to the side to get different looks.
Bangs for Blonde Hair
Blonde hair is often fine or thinner than dark locks. Get the look and feel of bangs by wearing them wispy! If they don’t want to lie flat, rub a little serum into damp hair or blow dry right out of the shower.
Best Bangs for Round Faces
Bangs don’t have to be a huge commitment! Here one short section sweeps across the forehead while longer bangs tuck effortlessly into this layered hairstyle.
Best Bangs for Thick Hair
The bob with bangs is one of the classic and most popular haircuts. Get a bit of a different look with side swept bangs! You can even part them to get face-framing goodness on both sides.
Hey girl, cute bangs! This fringe is the perfect combination of thick fringe that lightens up, exposing some of the forehead and elongating the face.
If you’ve got curly hair, don’t rule out bangs! The short length makes them more manageable and side swept bangs look great with the added texture.
How To Cut Side Swept Bangs
Have you ever cut bangs your self? Side swept bangs are more forgiving than blunt straight across bangs. Just be sure to cut hair dry and use ultra sharp scissors.
How to Style Side Swept Bangs
The magic of side swept bangs is you can get them without cutting hair! Just part hair to one side and pull the front section of hair across the forehead and secure behind you ear. It’s a great way to try out a new look!
Bangs are the perfect addition to any layered hairstyle! If you have lots of hair, bangs are often layered as well to keep them light and help them fall into place.
If you think about, side swept bangs are the shortest layer in a layered haircut! They can cover the whole forehead or just a little bit, like these long side swept bangs.
We love eyebrow skimming bangs but they can go longer too! For added intrigue and flexibility, long bangs can hit below the ear. Then you can wear them down or incorporate them into an updo.
Side Swept Bangs
Bangs can be so flirty and mysterious! Play hard to get with side swept bangs that keep you under cover while showing off those gorgeous eyes.
Side Swept Fringe
One of the great things about bangs is the hair is so new and healthy! Get even more shine and some hold with a no-frizz serum.
If you have thick hair, consider bangs to lighten up hair! Full bangs stay in place really well and make the rest of hair more manageable.
Barely there bangs are a a great way to try out fringe without a full on commitment. These light side swept bangs add a flattering angle and coverage but will be a breeze to grow out if you want a new look!