Adele’s bangs are an excellent way to balance her round face shape. She usually wears them in a side-swept style, which frames her face perfectly. To achieve this look, apply texturizing spray to damp hair, backcomb, or lightly tease small sections near the crown area, and finish with a mist of maximum hold hairspray.
2. Side part
Adele’s hair is often styled into an elegant side parting for a glamorous appearance. This look is achieved by creating a deep side part and pulling the hair back. It can be complemented with a smoky eye and graphic liner makeup look. To complete the hairstyle at home, use a deep side part and some texture clay.
3. Side-swept bangs
Side-swept bangs are a timeless style that suits any face shape. They can be paired with a shaggy bob to frame the face and emphasize the eyes and cheekbones. To style, use a round brush for a smooth finish or let the hair air dry for natural-looking results.
4. High ponytail
Adele recently wore a high ponytail that added a touch of elegance to her figure-hugging black Valentino dress. This elevated version of a popular style from the 2000s can be achieved by wearing a high ponytail with face-framing bangs.
5. Low bun
During her Las Vegas residency, Adele sported an elegant low bun with loose tendrils framing her face. This fresh take on popular styles from the 2000s perfectly complemented her black dress and gold hoop earrings.
6. Loose waves
Inspired by classic divas like Mariah Carey and Cher, Adele opted for blonde beach waves to frame her face and give a more modern appearance. She paired this hairdo with a black dress for an event at her Vegas residency venue.
Balayage is a natural hair highlighting technique that creates a more subtle and healthier look than foil highlights. Adele’s blonde locks were styled into an elegant swept-up do with balayage highlights, giving her a 60s siren look during her fifth Vegas residency weekend.
In 2017, Adele surprised fans by debuting a chic chin-skimming bob. This hairstyle, with soft layers emphasizing the cheekbones, can suit heart-shaped faces. When considering this style, it’s recommended to consult with a stylist and bring along a photo to assess if it works with your hair type and face structure.