All the ladies who love following hair trends each season will be obsessed with the ones we have for this winter. They are all super-chic, easy to steal and pretty. You can expect an array of manes for short, long, thick and fine hair types. Take a look at the winter hairstyles below that will take your breath away.
You’ve probably noticed that almost every single trendy star you follow on Instagram is going shorter with their hair. The days of long hairstyles might be officially done for now. Ever since last year, shorter haircuts such as the bob, lob, pixie, and buzz have been the go-to look for celebs. This season, you can expect to see an array of short bob looks, all upgraded with bangs. There is no better way to style your mane than with this fabulous do. Even if you are not a huge fan of the bob with bangs, after you see the pictures below you will be sold. This is one of the most versatile hairdos that you can style in an infinite number of ways.
When new seasons come, there will also be new trends. Aside from the chic new clothing pieces that you can get, you also have to think about hair and makeup. If you love changes in hairstyle, then fall is the best time for doing one. Bangs are a big thing in Hollywood now. In the past, there was a general opinion that bangs don’t look good on every face shape. But today, with the right hairstylist you can pull off any hairstyle that you want.
Celebrities love rocking fun fringe cuts. They have the luxury do to a lot of hairstyle changes, and most of them do different types of bangs. Voluminous bangs and layered, messy bangs are just a couple of the options. It all depends on your personal preferences. But once you decide to do such a change, there is no turning back. The bangs can be done on any hair length and color and can be a refreshing change.
The beautiful Nina Dobrev is the newest celebrity that joined the fringe club. Her latest appearance includes an extremely short bob and chic bangs. Before this change, Nina had a wavy lob. Anyway, this new hairstyle very much flatters her facial features.
Emily Ratajkowski and Bella Hadid rocked similar hairstyles, both at the Cannes Film Festival. The models flaunted elegant updos with layered fringe. This look very much reminds of the iconic one that Audrey Hepburn used to wear in the past. It is also ideal if you want to show off your perfect earrings and necklace.
Here are some gorgeous ways to upgrade your hairstyle with bangs this fall. Take a cue from celebrities such as Selena Gomez, Olivia Wilde, and Joan Smalls and make a small change that will elevate your whole look.
While long hair has its own romantic beauty, there is something undeniably adorable yet edgy about short hairstyles with bangs. Often, for women, it’s tough to take the plunge and cut out hair short because it feels masculinizing – however, there is nothing more feminine than girlish straight across bangs. Cute pixie cuts or short bob hairstyles with bangs are a great way to take off a heavy weight of hair off your shoulders, while still keeping things stylish. In this post I’ll show you some of the best pictures of short bob hairstyles with bangs, but first here are some things to keep in mind.
How to Choose Short Haircuts with Bangs
Switching to short hairstyles with bangs can be a great way to completely change up your look. Different kinds of bangs can have a big impact on the shape of your face, and as long as you choose the right kind of bangs for your face shape, they will be very flattering. You have a few fringe options:
Straight Across Bangs
Straight across bangs are the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of hairstyles with bangs. They remind us of Bettie Page, or Vidal Sassoon’s 5-point haircut – stylish, feminine, and a little retro. There are some things you should keep in mind, before getting short hairstyles with bangs like these:
• They look best on oval, rectangular, and diamond shaped faces, or in other words, medium and long faces.
• They will make round or square face shapes look more square.
• They are a great trick to hiding a large forehead.
• They require frequent salon visits, lest they start impeding your vision.
Variations include: peekaboo bangs and asymmetrical bangs.
Side-swept bangs don’t quite convey the same powerful effect as straight across bangs, but they are an excellent choice for those wanting to try short haircuts with bangs for the following reasons:
• Side-swept bangs will flatter almost any face shape.
• They allow for very versatile hair styling. You can sweep them into either direction, or pin them back nicely.
• As they start to grow out, they blend easily into the rest of the hair without causing an annoying “grow out” stage.
Wispy bangs are a very popular hair cutting choice, nowadays. They are a much softer version of the straight across bangs. They are much less in your face than straight across bangs (quite literally), but they still frame the face nicely. Here are some reasons to consider short haircuts with bangs on the wispy side:
• They give the same femininity as straight across bangs.
• They are a very modern take on the bangs.
• They can hide a high forehead, but without making the face appear too short.
• In fact, they are excellent for most face shapes.
Baby bangs are the look for anyone who really wants to stand out. Depending on the hair color and styling, they might seem more rockabilly, high fashion, punk, or retro-futuristic. Here are some things to keep in mind about them:
• For most people, they are not very flattering.
• They definitely show bravery and a unique style.
How Short Should You Go?
Let me be the devil in your ear, who asks, “what are you afraid of?” Short pixie hairstyles with bangs are actually ultra cute and feminine, and fantastic for summer time. Do you get headaches a lot? A pixie haircut will totally fix it. In my opinion, everyone looks good with a pixie haircut no matter their face shape, but if you’re nervous, leave your fringe longer and sweep it to the side, and it’ll frame your face in a very flattering way.
I didn’t manage to talk you into the pixie? Well, a bob is also an excellent choice. If you keep bob hairstyles with bangs curled, they’ll be lovely and soft, but you can also straighten them for that high-fashion takes on prisoners, Anna Wintour look.
Long Bob/ Lob
It’s undeniable that long bobs have been super popular in the past few years. They require fewer salons visits than the pixie and the bob hairstyles, and they’re definitely the safest choice for anyone who is feeling nervous. For a bit of a ‘70s vibe, pair them with straight across bangs, or stick to side bangs for a more modern look.
55 Ideas for Short Bob Haircuts with Bangs
And without further ado, here are some short haircuts with bangs for you to consider!
1. Sassy Blonde Pixie
This is a really fun yet wearable way of doing short hairstyles with bangs. The side bangs are excellent for anyone with an oval or round face shape, and the blonde with dark roots is incredibly modern.
2. Platinum Side Bang Bob
This lovely platinum bob is feather light, and the wispy side bangs definitely help keep it fresh and flattering. A hint of brown at the roots cools down the platinum locks.
3. Violet Silver Fox with Baby Bangs
This look is a really creative way of doing short bob haircuts with bangs. A violet baby side cut, paired with metallic violet baby bangs is certainly not for everyone, but it’s very memorable.
4. Summer Balayage Lob
The baby-doll bangs make this fresh summer long bob cute and young. Keeping the bangs dark, and then using balayage technique to dye the rest blonde creates a really summery, flattering effect for brunettes.
5. Metallic Rose Curls
Curly bob hairstyles with bangs are to die for! The dusty mixture of metallic pink and rust colors goes beautifully with the wispy curls.
6. Java Frost with Side-Swept Bangs
This haircut is like a delicious Starbucks frappuccino. The curls have a lot of volume and texture, the color is rich, and the bangs can be styled in a lot of different ways. I’ll have the grande!
7. Garnet Goddess Lob
Pairing ombre touches with short hairstyles can be an excellent choice. Long side bangs blend beautifully into the garnet curls, and the darker roots keep this look easy to maintain.
8. Lavender With an Edge
It’s undeniable that no one does coloring like Guy Tang, but I would be remiss not to point out how exquisite this sleek bob with side bangs is. Lavender and silver dyes keep short bob haircuts with bangs extra frosty.
9. The Future is Baby Bangs
While normally baby bangs bring to mind retro style icon Bettie Page, some short hairstyles with bangs break the mold. Super sleek locks, and a violet and silver balayage bring this look a century into the future.
10. Pink Hair Don’t Care Balayage
This warm pink and ruby red balayage is quite the head turner, and the wavy curls certainly help. The side-swept bangs are super flattering and versatile in this bob, as well.
11. Ginger Summer Lob
Bob haircuts with bangs are the perfect summer choice! The side-swept fringe gives a playful touch, and losing all the extra hair is a massive relief and a literal weight off of your shoulders.
12. Dark Elfin Fringe
Channel your level 12 Dark Elf with this gorgeous cut! Short bob hairstyles with bangs can be made ethereal with a lot of wispy feathering, and the dark blue shade with frozen tips is certainly fantastical.
13. That ‘70s Shag
If you really want to rock one of those short haircuts with bangs, but are a little nervous about looking too young, keeping the fringe long and wispy can be a great way to bridge the gap. The waved long bob and extra volume near the top give this ombre a groovy ‘70s vibe.
14. Peekaboo Bangs
Long bob? Check! Dark brown to caramel ombre? Check! Messy curls? Check! This look could have been a typical take on longer bob haircuts with bangs, but that peekaboo slit in the bangs breaks the mundanity and adds a touch of uniqueness.
15. Voluminous Metallic Lob
This metallic violet long bob is such a great take on bob haircuts with bangs, thanks to the model’s voluminous and almost otherworldly hair. It just emanates power and nerve.
16. Wispy Bangs and Golden Ombre
This dark brown to blonde balayage is totally yummy, and the long wavy bob with wispy bangs is so light and airy that it just makes you want to go frolicking in a field.
17. The Modern Redhead Shag
These bright red locks totally pop, and those wispy bangs with a peekaboo slit are a great non-traditional fringe. Overall, this is a great modern take on longer bob haircuts with bangs.
18. Short Voluminous Bob
Teased, voluminous bangs are quickly becoming my favorite addition to short hairstyles! The rich chocolate coloring and big messy waves in this bob are stunning.
19. Ice Blue Balayage Long Bob
Really cold, metallic colors can be nicely softened with lovely curls. This long bob proves that short hairstyles work really well with side-swept, wispy bangs.
20. Textured Short Blonde Bob
Wispy short bob hairstyles with bangs swept to the side are just charming, and so easy to style! This blonde short bob has dark roots, which ensures that frequent salon visits won’t be necessary.
21. Pastel Tie-Dye Bob
The tie-dye effect in this hairstyle is totally revolutionary. The awesome pastel effect works really well with sleek bob haircuts with bangs, which in this case are cut straight across.
22. Highlighter Bob with Bangs
The adorable baby-doll haircut was taken to a whole new level here. Some stylists really know how to bring magic to short haircuts with bangs – in this case it was done with a beautiful rainbow highlighter style dye job.
23. Vivid Blue Bob
This bright, attention-grabbing blue is a great unusual color option for anyone with cool undertones and a lot of nerve. Straightened long bob haircuts with bangs, as usual, only improve funky colors.
24. Smoky Emerald and Navy Balayage
I love the combination of serious, smoky hair colors with sassy short bob haircuts. The bangs in this haircut are really fun and wispy, which has a soft, modern effect.
25. Cotton Candy Long Bob
The cotton candy colors remind me of a summertime excursion to the amusement park! Not to mention the textured, side-swept bangs that go so well with long bob hairstyles.
26. Platinum Punk Bangs
There is a definite ‘90s punk vibe to this haircut. The platinum locks are curled in a spiky way that shows off the grungy dark roots really well. This is a fine example of short haircuts with bangs.
27. Winter Queen Bob
Short bob haircuts can go really well with accessories, like this gorgeous quartz crown. The short, straight across bangs, granny silver hair color, and textured straight hair bypass all the trends and create something unique and completely stylish.
28. Midnight Balayage with Uneven Bangs
If you really want to play with conventions, consider getting a little messy with the scissors. As long as your black blue balayage, makeup, and top bun are as on point as in this long bob, you could probably get away with it.
29. Messy Auburn and Pink Bob
I love messy, piecey short hairstyles that look like you just rolled out of bed. The streaks through the bangs, which were cut to look a little wispy, give the whole look a lot of brightness and lightness. The pale pink streaks through the auburn also deserve a mention.
30. Black and Silver Ombre Long Bob
The effect when ombre short hairstyles with bangs keep the bangs one color, and dye most of the rest of the hair, the result is really striking. Thanks to the straight lines and the contrast between the black silver, this look is doubly striking.
31. Granny Curls and Bangs
Silver hair is the hair color trend of the year, and pairing it with short bob haircuts with bangs is a super fun way of combining a really young style with a more mature color. By keeping the roots darker you can keep your hair healthy, and not worry too much about maintenance.
32. Ash Brown Curls and Side-Swept Curls
This ash blonde and brown balayage is oh-so-subtle, and the piecey curls are fun yet sexy. I love short hairstyles with bangs that incorporate the side-swept curly bangs into the rest of the hair.
33. Sun-Kissed Long Bob
Dark tresses were accented with just a touch of copper and blonde, making for a really lovely contrast. The messy long bob with bangs that are kept feathered is fresh and summery, to go with the bright color contrast.
34. Purple Rain Braid and Bangs
The alternating streaks of magenta and lavender provide a lovely contrast to this softly curled slanted bob. The crown braid in this look is also lovely, and shows that you can get creative when styling short haircuts with bangs.
35. Punk Rock Copper Balayage Long Bob
This super textured balayage shows that bangs can have a serious edge. Razor cutting the ends of short haircuts with bangs swept to the side is super stylish, especially when paired with such a clean and healthy looking color.
36. Textured Autumn Bob
This soft brown and caramel balayage complements these lush, textured bangs, giving the hair a warm feel that’s completely appropriate for fall. The beautiful curls look as though they’ve been slightly mussed by the wind.
37. Ocean Queen Silver Green Bob
Setting aside the gorgeous shell crown for a moment, this is a badass example of short bob haircuts with bangs. The baby bangs are hard to pull off, but if you have the face for them, they’ll keep your image sharp in everyone’s mind, especially when paired with such an extraordinary color.
38. Sakura Slanted Bob
This straightened, subtly slanted bob with straight across bangs is a classic look. It’s a little bit editorial, but still adorable – especially when paired with such a gorgeous blend of pink and dark brown hair colors.
39. Forest Green Punk Balayage
Short haircuts with bangs go super well with punk hair colors and styling. Smoky and lime green contrast in a way that is very messy and grunge, especially when the styling and the side-swept bangs are also stylishly messy.
40. Neon Sunset Rockabilly Bob
Usually, my first thought when I see bob hairstyles with bangs is “rockabilly”, and this look certainly fits the bill, despite the extreme colors. Speaking of, orange and purple is one of my favorite color combinations, since it reminds me of the sunset. If you want to break the mold, try this hairstyle out; just remember the maintenance will be intense.
41. Thick & Textured Side-Swept Bangs
I gotta admit something – while we’ve seen a lot of short haircuts with bangs so far, some more on the girly side, and others more edgy and mature, this one is my favorite because it manages to strike the perfect balance. The blonde and caramel highlights, and textured waves look lush and touchable, and the length of the hair and side-swept bangs are sure to flatter almost any face shape.
42. Bombshell Blown Out Bob
The verdict is in: red is the sexiest hair color. This voluminous long bob proves that even straight across bangs, when paired with the right shade of dye, a teasing comb and a blow dryer, can look smolderingly hot.
43. Raspberry Swirl Bob
The great thing about short hairstyles is that sometimes a touch of texturizing spray and a rapid shake of the head are all you need to look effortlessly messy. A great layered bob, expertly dyed with warm shades of red and orange, also makes everything easier.
44. Vivid Sunset Layered Balayage
Allowing just a touch of vivid colors run through the ends of the hair is a great way of playing with unusual colors, while keeping most of the hair natural. I also totally love these longer, layered side-swept bangs that go oh-so-well with this asymmetrical long bob.
45. Rose Gold Swirl
This rose gold textured bob keeps the roots darker for easy maintenance. The side-swept bangs and gentle waves are ultra flattering, for any face shape.
46. A Touch of Pumpkin Spice Bob
Running some orange strands through an otherwise blonde textured bob is a great way of getting short hairstyles with bangs ready for autumn. You can achieve this kind of piecey curls with a thin curling iron.
47. Painted Fire Long Bob
This layered long bob is on fire! Bright orange streaks offset by natural dark roots keep things bright and playful, but sleek side-swept bangs and classy layers make this haircut wearable by anyone.
48. Redhead Pixie Bob
Short hairstyles with bangs can be extremely feminine, even more so than some long haircuts, if styled the right way. By keeping the straight across bangs just above the brows, the eyes stand out, while keeping the front of the bob a touch longer and curled inwards has a pretty 1950s charm.
49. Orange Creamsicle Balayage With Side-Swept Bangs
Long bangs, swept to the side over one eye, exude mystery and intrigue. Side bangs are also quite flattering, especially for rounder and square face shapes. Paired here with a pastel orange, this look is flatteringly out of the ordinary.
50. Ash & Copper Ombre with Airy Bangs
The copper ombre added to ash brown hair here gives a lot of warmth. Wispy bangs are also a great option for anyone who wants easy styling for short haircuts with bangs. They’re airy and light, and don’t shorten the face the way fuller bangs might.
51. All That Jazz Bob
With this take on short haircuts with bangs, I immediately picture Catherine Zeta-Jones killing it on the stage in the film Chicago. You could easily channel your inner femme fatale with this black bob with curled in ends.
52. Antique Mauve Graduated Bob with Bangs
Graduated bobs are a way of rocking short hairstyles with bangs, without actually looking like your hair is actually that short. Pin straight locks and a metallic mauve keep this look chic and modern.
53. Old-School French Bob with Bangs
This elegant, snow-white haircut will have you feeling like a cosmopolitan flapper, sitting at a swanky Paris cafe in the ‘20s. This is one of those short hairstyles with bangs that are simultaneously retro and modern.
54. Curly Bangs with Green Tips
This is adventurous styling for short haircuts with bangs, but it is perfect for a ‘50s themed party, with an edge! Tightly curl both your bangs and hair ends, for extra bravery, pair it with colorful tips.
55. Box Bob with Feathery Bangs
Ombre that starts right where the bangs end is a lovely choice for short haircuts with bangs. Additionally, the bangs here are quite feathery, which takes away some of the severity of a traditional box bob.
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The year of 2015 with all of its seasons has thrown us back into the 1970s decade, an era that was ruled by fringe and denim, suede and bell bottoms. We’ve been soaring through the different styles that have taken over the fashion runways and the shelves in every store, bringing back the times of peace and flowers and cowboy magic. We have fallen in love with that time period once again, and those of us born later on in the ‘80s and ‘90s stand astounded with the vintage feel that has taken hold. While garments are totally ‘70s, it does not end there! We also have the retro ‘70s hairstyles coming in to stay a while, among the season’s fashions being the incredible fringe in all its glory. While we love the leather and the suede, the camel hues and the open midriff twin set outfits, the hair really does us in with the gentle sway and the cutesy attitude. There is just something so very “Sweet Valley High” about sporting those bangs with aplomb. Since fringes are totally in, we thought we’d supply you with a master list of 1970s hairstyles with bangs that will help you really rock the look over the summer months that are currently peeking around the corner. After all, we can always use a fresh take on a classic look, no matter how perfectly in the retro look may happen to be.
Blunt Textured Bangs
The combination of blunt bangs with a loose ponytail with a whole lot of texture was seen of late sported by Cynthia Bailey as she attended the American Heart Association Go Red for Women event. Her fringe was in a bit of a disarray, nothing close to perfect on its own but matching the general style of the ‘do perfectly well. There is just something about having the strands bend any which way, just as if you got out of the shower and didn’t care to straighten the blunt locks on the forehead.
Wispy Straight Bangs
A look that really goes great with pin straight hair is that created by Azealia Banks for the Nasty Gal Melrose store launch of late. She looked positively stunning with her hair loose and the bangs kept wispy, falling to her brows and looking feathery despite the thick mane of thick black hair. Have the hair in the back, starting from the crown come in from a center part was a great choice as well. It just adds to the strong female look.
Go Casual and Cute in the Bangs
Casual and cute is just how one would describe Jessica Hart with her ‘70s hair with blunt bangs and her slightly dishevelled look worn to the Bergh Ball within the last bit. The waves in her hair were quite lovely, but the bangs are what keeps the picture of Hart appearing all over the place. A curtain from the center of the top of the head is a great way to add to the volume of the fringe, as well as thickening it up where necessary.
A Bit More Subtle
Pixie Lott should be known as a pixie herself, even if her hair is long and wavy. She wore her mane artfully done in a dishevelled manner, subtle bends in the strands with wispy bangs at the Olivier Awards. From the crown of the head fall the pieces into just around the eyes that have been perfectly lined with all the right amounts of kohl. She looked adorable in any case and so can anyone trying to emulate the design.
Extra Long Strands
For women like Naomi Campbell whose foreheads are really high, the long wavy hairstyle with the bangs is a great option. She wore her hair thus, the bangs falling from further back and catching the light as the black strands shine nicely, showing off her still killer moves. The edges graze the tops of the eyes, but the stylist cut at just the right length to look positively fashion savvy. We do love the straight black hair though, with the slight wisp giving it a bit more of flair. This is one of our favorite looks overall among all the different ways to master wearing 1970s bangs. The longer the face, the better this look will suit the bone structure, particularly with the longer, sleeker strands.
Subtly Wavy Baby Bangs
An absolutely gorgeous look to pull off is that by Caroline Sieber worn to the Chanel fashion runway show held in Paris. She wore her hair down in a subtly wavy manner at the ends, baby bangs swept slightly to the side being the hallmark of the design. The side sweep is deep and means a triangle open spot to one side of the forehead. Plus, this look only makes it appear as if your hair is thicker if it was thick enough to begin with.
Alexa Chung knows just how to play up the tousled ‘70s look that is pretty in the style loop these days. She had her slept-in waves looking divine during the Annual Night of Stars, her bangs slightly wispy and so very much on the edgy side. Her medium length cut only adds to the demure status while unsuspecting individuals are left beguiled throughout.
Beachy Blow Dry
Lea Michele knows just how to rock the full bangs with the slight split in the center, completely amped up with the highlights and lowlights that are brought to light. She looked positively adorable with her hair waved for a beach girl and her bangs skimming the tops of her eyes as she made her appearance at the “Sons of Anarchy” movie premiere. Her long hair certainly added to the spicy creation.
Eye Grazing Bangs
While some of the ‘70s fringe hairstyles have been geared towards a more natural amount of hair in one place, Miroslava Duma defies that and ensures to cut the bangs from further up on the crown, bringing the fringe down like a curtain and looking so very cute with the eye grazing bangs sported to the Stella McCartney fashion show. This look is especially beautiful with chestnut hair that catches the light.
The Dishevelled Chic Fringe
Positively alluring is the dishevelled look in all manners, which Suki Waterhouse loves to sport constantly. Last we checked, she was wearing the chic ‘do at the Burberry Brings London to Shanghai event. Her eye grazing strands were brushed to each side, a wide gap left in the middle as the light reflected off the honey and the lighter blonde of the bangs.
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Don’t miss: How to Find The Right Bangs For Your Face Shape
Every woman deserves the right to sport trendy hairstyles with bangs, but not every type of bang may suit her. Some lovely ladies can pull off the fringe without a hitch, having their eyes pop from underneath the cut, flattering their face and giving them a sexy, vibrant and certainly youthful look.
On the other hand, the rest of us have to deal with bangs looking out of place, not really matching our face and certainly not looking anything like the celebrity photo you used when asking the hairdresser to get you the right cut. You may even be put off by pictures of your childhood where those cute little bangs wreaked havoc on your life.
Since the desired effect is spectacular if the cut is done correctly, it may be worth a shot again, this time without impatiently waiting for them to grow out so you can actually tie your hair back sleekly instead. You will want these lovely bangs for their extra dimension added to the look, particularly with updos and certainly gathered hairstyles.
The shape of your face determines the type of bangs that suits you overall. One major rule to remember, however, is never to cut your own bangs, even if to trim the edges. Since most good hairdressers should give you free trims, you should be opting for professional cuts instead of your amateur version on your own self.
Here we present an in-detail guide on how to find the right bangs for your face shape that will emphasize your best assets, camouflaging any small flaws.
Bangs for Long Face Shape
Since bangs are known to decrease the length of your face, you will certainly want to adopt this hairstyle if your face is of a longer build. The higher forehead that’s a trademark with long faces is made to all but disappear under the fringe while width is added to the features.
Longer bangs are your best bet here, in a blunt cut that has the edges slightly softened for a trendier, more modern look. You can achieve this by using a big and round boar-bristle brush on damp hair, going side to side from the root to prevent cowlicks and ensure you’ve gotten all the waves out. Finish off with a flatiron to get a straighter look.
Bangs for Oval Face Shape
Angled, shorter bangs look best on an oval face structure, with the razored cut the most elegant among the styles. It is probably the perfect face that can sport all types of bangs, including a heavy cut with curves on the sides or a super-short edgy cut that’s barely past the hairline.
Airy, pin-straight bangs accentuate the prettiest parts of the face as well, with the edges hitting between the brow and the lashes. You can air-dry or blow dry shorter bangs going downwards so that the pieces don’t stick up.
Related: Bridal Hairstyles With Bangs
Bangs for Round Face Shape
If you want to add some angles to a rounder face, you might want to opt for a style where it’s shorter in the middle, giving length and having the face appear more oval instead.
You want to be showing more of your forehead so go for the airy, wispy look or even the asymmetric cut that diverts the eye away from the rounder features. You don’t want to make your face appear any rounder than it is so you may also want to go for a graphic, cured shape that flatters your bone structure.
Bangs for Heart-Shaped Face
Heart-shaped faces are gorgeous, ideal in Hollywood and look amazing with a straight cut blunt bang that reaches just below the brows and covers the forehead fully, thus adding certain softness to the chin area. This is necessary since your forehead is wider than your jawline.
Side-swept bangs are also ideal, particularly since they do the balancing act so well, as well as choppy styles that one can push to the side and add to the look thus. For a proper side-swept look, blow dry your hair going forward at first, lifting hair from the hairline for added volume, and then bend to the side with a big curling iron if you want a more professional look.
Face framing layers are also the route to take and will have you looking sweetly ladylike as you walk out of the salon.
Bangs for Square Face Shape
You aim to cut at the square dimensions of your face here, using a bang cut that softens the angular look and adds a touch of femininity to a sometimes more masculine jawline. Long, wispy angled bangs bring the eye away from the stronger set of the bones. You want to keep the eyes travelling on a horizontal path instead of a vertical, cutting the face in lines.
Blunt bangs should be avoided as they just serve to square off the face even more while the long wisps are the most flattering of the styles. You want to be showing off some of your forehead, while you can also pull off a full fringe so long as it is shortest in the middle and gradually gets longer to the sides.
Bangs for Triangular Face Shape
Narrow foreheads and larger, squarer jaws are also seen on women, defining this as the triangular face. When it comes to bangs for triangular faces, however, it’s actually rather run to experiment with as most styles will end up looking just as good.
Blunt bangs or side-swept styles look amazing here and you should be capitalizing on the proportions of your features. Balancing acts here should be easy enough!
Heart-shaped bangs are probably your best bet, no matter what your head looks like, whether your face is oval, triangular or square and no matter how unflattering you think other looks may be. This one is a gorgeous fringe that is longer on the sides and subtly curves with the brows.
The brows don’t show, however, as it’s a bit longer, falling closer to the eyes. What you’re going for is an extremely shallow drawn heart, longer in the middle and shortest at the high brow arch.
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As we all know, wedding is one of the most anticipated and important events for any girl and the preparations for a wedding day can even start half a year before the special day. Every detail of the look of the bride should be considered scrupulously. Hairstyle is not an exception and picking the correct option with the makeup can be quite a troublesome job to accomplish for some. Thus, bridal hairstyles with bangs are just an option that you can consider and that’s what we are going to speak about right now, presenting some lovely wedding hairstyles with bangs that will be a great solution for your special looks!
When You Choose a Bridal Hairstyle with Bangs
If it’s been a long time that you’ve been styling a particular type of bangs, then you should know best and everything about how to style bangs well. You must know the tools that will be suitable for usage and all the rest of the details, too. Still, if you have decided to cut your bangs a day before the wedding, we would advise you to put it off. You can’t be sure about the results and they may, in fact, be not really pleasing. Besides, you may also risk spoiling your mood with unexpected surprises, which may occur while having this kind of cuts. Those women, who have passed through this occasion once, advise to try out all the possible variants beforehand and to use some photo examples for this.
The tricky parts increase more if you also have bangs and need to style them. The choice of the hairstyles actually depends on the style of the dress and the accessories. What you need to remember is that the hairstyle itself is an adornment for your looks. That’s why you shouldn’t overload your looks around the head, opting for balanced simplicity here and for all the rest. In particular, bridal hairstyles with bangs presuppose the absence of “architectural twists and curls” and the lavishly put flounces, flowers, or accessories either on the head or on the dress. “Mauvais ton” is the ideal solution for you.
As for the choice of the type of bangs, you should also know a couple of nuances here. For instance, you should know that petite ladies are not born for thick and straight bangs. Asymmetrical and translucent options are way more preferable. In addition, they may opt for sloping bangs, a part of which gets blended with the rest of the hair.
If you liked a particular photo of a bridal ‘do with bangs but you don’t feel like changing your haircut just for having that hairstyle you can look through variants in case of which the front framing hair can act as substitutes for bangs.
Bridal Hairstyles with Bangs and Veils
The desire to wear a veil on the wedding day is what every third bride has, especially if walking to the altar is also included in the wedding. In that case it’s necessary to pick this accessory very carefully for the successful outcomes. It should match both the dress and the hairstyle. In any case harmony is the most important thing to consider.
Thus, in case of opting for a long and voluminous veil you shouldn’t go for extremely extravagant experiments with your hair making such ‘dos, which will even compete the chic of the veil and will create especially significant difficulties when styling both. Minimalistic options are the most preferable styles for hair in this case, whereas in case of shorter veils you should, in fact, go for chic and luxurious hairstyles for accentuating it properly.
Talking about the hairstyles with bangs, we can point out the Greek inspired bridal hairstyles as one of the most popular ‘dos. Veils of different lengths and volume are compatible with these ‘dos. The versatility also refers to the dresses, still, opting for delicate lace patterns, pearls, and creamy overtones will be especially effective.
The classiest form of styling hair is making buns or knots. They may be located at various heights and positions like central, swept to the right, or the left. They look perfectly with wavy locks and for delicately straightened options. Any type of bangs can do here, too.
In addition, various retro-inspired styles of the ‘20s can also be a great accompaniment for veils. They will add the proportions of elegance and will not overload the image. Any type of veil can be suitable here, accompanied with any accessory.
Thus for making an impressive ‘do you may:
1. Start with washing your hair with a shampoo, thoroughly cleaning it and applying a bit of mousse to make it easily manageable.
2. Further, you need to curl the hair and use a hair spray for fixing the texture.
3. Right after this, the next step is gathering the hair on the scalp and the areas around it, leaving some hair in the lower parts, just like when making a French bun. You need to make two buns for each side and join them on any height you wish.
4. After this, the free locks need to be passed through the nape and the place, where the buns are joint going from the bottom to the top, inside.
5. Finally, you just need to form and fix the bun using bobby pins and hair spray. You can also use hair accessories matching your dress.
Bridal Hairstyles With Bangs and Without a Veil
This kind of ‘dos can be high and can allow creating something less complicated. For instance, they may be based on buns or even ponytails. In this case it’s recommended adding some pearl accessories, flowers, lace details to the ‘do for maximum chic results. As we noted before, the most important thing is to avoid the overload of jewelry and accessories, since what needs to be noted first is bangs.
For instance, you can:
1. Wash your hair thoroughly with a shampoo and apply a moisturizing conditioner. It’s important that you don’t use products like hair masks, which will make hair heavier. You may dry the hair with pulling your hair downwards leaning forwards and curling it with a brush. You may also use a conditioner beforehand.
2. Afterwards, after letting the hair dry you need to curl it using a curler with a big diameter to have big curls. Hair spray is the following necessary product for you. Then you need to sweep all the hair of one side to the other and secure it with a thin elastic band and make a ponytail.
3. Finally, you need to cover the ponytail with accessories like brooches with pearls or rhinestones and also curl the bangs with a brush and fix all with a spray. This way you will get a simple and chic ‘do for bridal looks. It will be especially good-looking for darker hair shades, mermaid type dresses or those of empire style.
The Greek bun is another great hair ‘do for long hair with bangs. Soft locks are the most exact and popular accompaniment for this style.
However, for those ladies, who want to break all the stereotypes about the traditional image of a bride and would like to opt for some short bridal dresses and experimental details for everything, we can recommend going for a hair ‘do with teased sections on the top and a knot on the nape. The ideal accessory for this ‘do is the satin ribbon of medium width picked according to the shade of the dress and finished off with small earrings. For having this kind of ‘do you need to do the following:
1. Wash the hair and apply some mousse, after which just tease the hair of the crown from the roots and fix it with a spray.
2. Gather the locks on the level of the nape, secure them with an elastic band and tie all in a knot. It would be also interesting if you curled the hair with a curler beforehand a bit. Use long bobby pins for the final fixes.
Other Types of Bridal ‘Dos with Bangs
Bangs can become essential accents of your look in general and you really need to accentuate them properly. Particularly, you need to pay attention to the shapes, the styles and the type of bangs in general. Thus, if you have sloping bangs, you’d better let the hair grow a little. In such cases you need to use styling gels in order to make the hair go to the right direction and have the right shape. You can also use some rhinestones for styling the ‘do. For doing this immediately to the surface of hair you might need special gluing products, which are easily washed with a shampoo later.
So these were the most important things that we think you should know about the bridal hairstyles with bangs and the principles of styling and matching them. So use these tips and know-hows for the total success and glam and stun everyone around with the ultra-feminine and charming looks of yours!
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Bangs are amazing with various hairstyles regardless of the length, color or hair thickness. So it’s always a good idea to consider them as a part of an innovative haircut. And when you’re kind of tired of your ordinary hairstyle, you can always make the highlight on the bangs and revitalize your look with a youthful touch. The options of getting creative with bangs are endless, so you’d better find the one that fits your amazing personality. In case you lack imagination, get inspired from these creative and stylish ways of wearing and styling bangs!
Long Hairstyles with Smiley Bangs
Smiley bangs are one of the most risky styles, which are just a few centimeters above the brows. Those usually do not fit every face shape, so you need to be careful before stopping on this choice. The style is mostly known as a doll style look. Recently the style is tuned with vivacious hair color options, such as blue and pink. Smiley bangs tend to highlight the cheekbones and your eyebrows.
Short Blunt Bangs
The style makes the look more serious and ideally fits for thick and straight hair. So you don’t really need to spend too much time on the styling. Short blunt bangs will be great with various updos and will look even more enchanting if combined with cat-eye makeup.
If you don’t have plenty of time to spend on styling your bangs, simply braid them! Braiding bangs is an amazing solution to remove the hair from your face, at the same time to look fresh and unique. The style of the braid depends on your own technical skills of making braids: the more complicated, the more fun!
Planning of adding more color to your hair or at least to some strands? Well, why not get risky and add it only to your bangs? The more color you add, the more highlighted your hairstyle will be. Bright colors will look especially appealing and juicy for the summer season. This will help you keep being stylish even when having bad hair days. The trend gets even more funkalicious with bright fluorescent colors.
Rock Style Bangs
Imagine you on a motorcycle enjoying the fun of the ride in one of the sunny southern islands. If this is exactly how you want to spend your vacation, rock style bangs are always a great style to borrow. Those are short, can be easily styled with the help of various styling products and tools. Moreover, rock bangs are usually easy to keep in the perfect form for the entire day.
Bang-Bang Heavy Bangs
Heavy bangs look amazing, when combined with layered hair. Such bangs make every hairstyle more aristocratic and sophisticated. However, be careful if you have curly hair, as short heavy bangs tend to easily get curly and spoil the classy style you wanted to create.
Peek-a-Boo Piecey Bangs
Piecey bangs are the best solution for women with thin hair. They tend to make the look more innocent and charming, transforming you into a delicate lady in a few minutes. Wear a bright lipstick to attract the attention on your lips and your gorgeous look is guaranteed! These bangs are light and do not need extra styling throughout the day.
If you cut bangs a bit longer, you can always remove those from the face to one of the sides. The style will be majestic with classical updos. The length of the bangs should not be exceeding the mid-length of your ears. Here you can work to keep some volume, adding styling gel to the side bangs before styling them.
Pompadour style bangs are definitely not an everyday style, but if the plans include visiting a rock party or just any other type of festival with lots of crazy and fun guests, then those are just the perfect choice. Vintage bangs look especially awesome when matched with the perfect girlish outfit, like a retro-style dress combined with a denim jacket. To get more into the style, you can pull your hair into a ponytail and accessorize it with a ribbon. Get a pair of vintage earrings from the nearby flea market and you are done!
Hardly there exists any girl, who hasn’t at least once in her life experienced with bangs! And if you are really that unique fashioniser, who has never dared to wear bangs, it’s definitely high time to follow your inner stylist and inject a bit of fun into your monotonous look!
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Got tired of having all that long hair? With a few moves of scissors you can totally transform your look. As a result you’ll get bangs or fringe and a new look. To get the taste of bangs, it’s great to first take into account several tips that will help you get the perfect fringe for your face shape. If you’re kind of scared that you don’t really need bangs, the best decision will be getting side-swept bangs, which will get longer in a shorter period. In addition, there are various possibilities for styling side bangs to get both evening and casual hairstyles. Get inspired from these chic and glam hairstyles with side-swept bangs for women!
Hairstyles with Long Side-Swept Bangs
Long bangs look super classy, if you have long hair. The style makes the look lighter and fluffier. You can even go on with making some lighter highlights on the bangs. For styling it, you first need to apply some amount of hair gel while your hair is still wet. Then you need to start with blow-drying the bangs. To do so you’ll need a paddle brush. The bangs should be dried to the opposite direction you want to style them to. This will add more volume to them. The rest of the hair can be styled either into curls or just straightened. It totally depends on your taste.
Medium Hair with Flipped Side-Swept Bangs
Usually medium-length hair goes great with all kind of bangs, but side bangs are just easier to style. After shampooing your hair, you need to comb it and start applying some styling product of your preference. Then move on to your bangs. You will need a large brush to style your bangs to the opposite direction for extra volume. When done styling, you can use a curling iron and lightly flip the ends of your bangs away from your face. The rest of the hair can be styled with a curling iron trying to make light curls around your face.
A-Line Bobs with Side-Swept Bangs
A-line bob is a classical style, which makes the look more stylish and girlish. When combined with side-swept bangs the style makes accent on your cheekbones and eyes. So use your chance to emphasize all that you got. The style requires attentive styling, just like the bangs. You need to start applying flattening styling gel to the hair. Paddle brush will be the ideal choice for styling the bangs. The rest of the hair should be styled with the same brush trying to keep up average volume, as too much of it will make your face look fuller than it actually is.
Hairstyles with Curled and Flipped Side-Swept Bangs
If you have long hair and look for a voluminous hairstyle, then this is what you should try. Start simply blow-drying your hair teasing it with fingers. This way you get an awesome textured style. Then you need to move on to the bangs. They need to be blow-dried with the help a paddle brush. Just as with the first styles, here too you need to dry the fringe to the opposite direction where you want it to lay. And as a final step, you need to use a large-scope curling iron trying to get both your bangs and the rest of the hair away from face.
Pixie with Side-Swept Bangs
Pixie style can be combined with both longer side-swept bangs and classical, a bit longer-than-the-pixie style. In both cases the final result is appealing and classy. The first will do just great with extra highlighted makeup look, while the second one is more flattery and fits for drama queens. For styling the first fringe, you need to use a paddle brush and hair straightener unless you have naturally straight hair. The fringe should look ideally flat and straight. You can also try having some bright color highlights in it, as purple or pink. The second option will be awesome, when styled with a paddle brush and having the ends flipped out. This is just the best option for cocktail meet-ups.
Hairstyles with Braided Side-Swept Bangs
Creativity can also be obvious with bangs. You can braid your bangs or try hiding ponytail mess under it. Braided bangs are really popular recently. To avoid having them into a typical three-strand French braid, you can try using a complex style, such as the fishtail braid. You can learn how to make one easily. All you need to do is separate a section of hair and divide it into two parts. Then grab a small section of the hair from left side and join it to the right section and vice versa. And that’s it. Repeat it on the second side and connect the braids on the back.
Bangs always tend to take off a couple of years from your age. So inject a touch of freshness and excitement to your ordinary look by opting for new hairstyles with side-swept bangs!
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