Bridget Bardot popularized curtain bangs in the 1970s. I've recommended face frames to every customer lately. They work with all hairlines and are easy to style.
These face frames have a bottleneck curve that's shorter at the top and cascades to longer sections that skirt the eye and cheek line.
Blunt bangs are generally what you think of first. No layers, directly over your forehead.
Don't like bangs with textured hair? Think again. Curly bangs are clipped longer to avoid forehead shrinkage.
Side bangs elegantly frame round features. This bang hits cheekbones, jawline, and eyes.
Less permanent, layered bangs blend into your hair and come in many lengths, so you may part them down the center, lay them straight, or fling them to the side.
Choppy bangs provide texture and definition by being trimmed at different lengths.
This is a cool braid style. Shorten them or tie long strands into loops for false bangs. Add a trendy headwrap to show off your bangs.
Wispy bangs' feathered ends give them a delicate, scarcely there appearance. Low-density, low-maintenance people should consider these. Soft, brow-length bang.
Bangs may show off wavy hair. Let your hair dry naturally and don't blow-dry.