One of the great things about adding fringe (aka bangs!) to your hairstyle is how freeing it can feel. It’s an easy way to do something a little different to change up your look and have some fun!
There are so many different styles of fringe (wispy or side fringe, to mention a couple), so the good news is that you really can’t go wrong no matter what choice you make!
Check out below for 5 types of fringe hairstyles!
If there’s one starlet out there who’s known for pulling off blunt fringe so perfectly, it’s the lovely Zooey Deschanel! Not only is blunt fringe a quirky and personalized look for all, but it’s also particularly great if your hair is on the thicker side as it helps to lighten things up in the front while they frame your face.
Don’t forget to keep up on regular trims with these bangs though as you want to keep them healthy, shiny and looking their best!
Another type of fringe that will allow you to reinvent yourself while sporting a look that’s all your own is curved fringe. Curved bangs may look extra complicated to achieve, but really they’re simply blunt fringe taken one step further. When going for this look, just ask your hair stylist for a nice full fringe with the center rounded out to frame your eyes.
Curved fringe is perfect if you’re going for a look that’s bit more retro or vintage, so don’t be afraid to play around with your wardrobe as well!
We truly love wispy bangs because they allow you to play around with adding some fringe, yet they’re still subtle enough that they don’t take over your whole face.
Wispy bangs are for everyone because they’re universally flattering and can be worn in a number of different ways. You can wear them straight across for a more sassy look or bring them over to one side for an evening out look.
Side swept bangs are another type of fringe that you won’t regret trying out because they add sophistication and life to your hair! To give yourself a look that will highlight your eyes and play up your cheekbones (not to mention show off some fabulous hair color!), simply ask your hair stylist to point cut your bangs to just below the brow.
With side swept fringe, it’s easy to wear your hair down and long and they also work beautifully with an updo!
Long bangs are for the girl who wants to add a little complexity and depth to their hairstyle without sacrificing their usual long routine.
Sporting longer fringe really is the best of both worlds because you don’t have to give up your length, yet you’re still left to play around with a fringe that will make you feel sexy and confident!
Wearing your long fringe to the side really helps to play up a layered hairstyle that was invented to look flawless for any occasion.