Finally! This Vintage Bangs Trend Is Making a Return and It Looks Good On Everyone
Blunt bangs are not user friendly. They’re one of those things that we like in theory but, when it comes to application, they can often leave little to be desired. It’s true, we’ve seen them work on our friend with the perfect hair, or women on runways and red carpets, but for the average gal with wavy-hair that has a tendency to frizz, good bangs are one elusive creature. Thankfully, those of us who have always wanted to rock a bang but haven’t been able to find a suitable cut are in luck. Fringe bangs are having a moment—and they look good on everyone. Perfectly imperfect fringe bangs are eyebrow grazing, face framing, and slightly tapered on the sides. They work with long, medium, or short hair and on a variety of textures. Take a look through this collection of fringe bangs photos to find inspiration for your next professional snip. Whatever you do, don’t try this at home.
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Give one of these styles a try.
The Tousled Fringe
If you like a lived-in look, you might want to add a little fringe. Hit your strands with a texturizing spray for tousled tresses that hold all day long.
The Layered Fringe
Think of fringe as face-framing layers and style accordingly.
The Long Fringe
Long hair makes a great partner for fringe. The tapered edges gently fade into the longer strands, softening the style.
The Thick Fringe
Hair that’s on the thicker side will result in a considerably different look than fringe on thin hair, so try to find an inspiration shot that features a model with hair of a similar texture to your own.
The Side-Swept Fringe
Prim and proper fringe completes this casual updo. Use a hair balm to comb hair over before spritzing with super-hold hairspray.
The Curly Fringe
Soft curls frame the face and soften features. Choose a complimentary short curly cut and you’ll never dream of straightening out your curls again.