How to Style Bangs for Hair 2020

1. Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs can add a fresh and flattering look to long hairstyles. This ’70s look with wavy fringe draws attention to your eyes and emphasizes cheekbones, adding classic rock n’ roll glamour.

2. Side-Swept Bangs

There is an array of bang styles to choose from. Side-swept bangs, blunt bangs, long and middle-parted styles, and short and choppy bangs are all options that suit different face shapes and lifestyles.

3. Fringe with Texture

Create a fringe with texture and choppiness to add volume and soften the rigid lines of a straight bob or pixie cut. This style can be achieved by asking your stylist to create a layered dimension.

4. Long Red Bangs

Sweep long red bangs to one side and leave a strand hanging free on the other. This style complements olive skin tones and draws attention to the eyes. Use styling products designed to manage humidity and flyaways for best results.

5. Bumper Bangs

Popular in the 1940s, bumper bangs create a rolled-in effect by pinning hair in front of the face. This vintage look requires bobby pins, rat comb, and hairspray and suits women with broad, round faces. It can make thin hair appear thicker and fuller.

6. Fringed Short Bangs

Fringed short bangs are trendy and add definition to bobs and pixie cuts. They can be easily styled using clips or pulled into a topknot for everyday style. Blunt bangs work well with almost all hair textures but avoid making them too thick in the center.

7. Textured Blunt Fringe

Create a textured look for a modern twist on the classic blunt fringe. This style adds dimension, frames the forehead, and works wonders on fine hair by creating an adorable yet weightless style.

8. Wispy Bangs

Wispy bangs are an excellent choice for finer hair types as they frame the face without adding too much volume or texture. Keep the ends straight while allowing the rest to curl or wave. Use volumizing products to add dimension and lift to your locks.

9. Personalizing Your Bangs

Finding the right bang style for your face shape and hair length may take some time and experimentation. Tryr bangs with half-up styles or high ponytails, and use a leave-in conditioner or volumizing spray to prevent frizz. Embrace a Brigitte Bardot-meets-Francoise Hardy look for an iconic hairstyle.