Question: What are some cute bang hairstyles?
Answer: If you’re looking to change up your hair this summer, then bangs are the answer. Now that you’ve decided to commit to bangs, it’s time to also commit to a style…but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Middle parts work well with any face shape, as well as any length! Rachel McAdams (above) and Kim Kardashian are great examples of this style.
Blunt bangs are just straight across bangs that typically have a heavier look. They can be very edgy and cool, but require a bit more upkeep. These bangs can be a bit risky if you have a round face, so it’s important to make sure your blunt bangs aren’t too wide.
Fringe bangs are wispy and light—perfect if you’re new to bangs and looking to try them out for the first time.
U-shaped bangs bring elegance to your style. The great thing about this style is that you can cut your bangs as a fringe and then curl them into a “U” for versatility.
If you have a square face, you’re going to want to get long, eye-grazing bangs that are tapered on the sides. When you go to your stylist, ask them to snip just below your brows and leave the heaviest pieces on the sides so as not to mask your eyes.
Round faces look best with a gently arching fringe. Ask for a graphic, curved shape and make sure your bangs are thick. Thin and wispy bangs won’t glorify your bone structure.
Vouch for a side-swept look and ask for layered, feathered bangs. The shortest pieces should hit the arches of your eyebrows, while the longest pieces should meet the corner of your eyes.
If you have an oval face like me, you’ll want to go for an airy, pin-straight fringe. Your bangs should hit between your brows and eyelashes…and make sure they’re longer on the edges! As far as my bangs go, I cut them myself in a way that allows me to wear them both straight across, but also sideswept depending on my mood!
Good luck and happy snipping! How do you style your bangs? Leave a comment and let us know!