How to Style a Front Bangs Haircut

Short Textured Bangs

Textured bangs will make any hair type look tremendous and instantly make you appear younger! This look works particularly well in blonde hues as the cracks brighten the locks, making you appear more youthful.

Take a page from Sienna Miller and sport an effortless style with your short layered bob, with side-swept wispy bangs and side-swept layers. This look is ideal for anyone wanting a casual yet sexy fringe haircut that’s easy to maintain.

This textured look is ideal for thin hair since it adds volume and texture. To create more defined bangs, use Oribe Rough Luxury Soft Molding Paste ($39) as a texturizing product to tame them. This style makes for an easy, low-maintenance everyday look while simultaneously adding femininity to any ensemble.

Half Twists

If straight-across bangs are too bold for your taste, opt for choppy shaggy fringes cut progressively shorter on either side instead. This style softens the face without being too blunt and looks fantastic with layers.

Low maintenance yet still feminine, this low-maintenance look can be worn brushed to the center like Camila Cabello style or swept to either side depending on your personal preferences – use texturizing spray before styling for ultimate control and prevention from drying out and frizzing your locks!

Curling bangs is another way to add depth and dimension to your look, creating a loose beachy style for lazy days. Just ensure your hair is protected with a heat protectant before curling it with an iron. Also, keep the touch-up spray on hand in case flyaways arise – this leave-in product helps prevent breakage while extending the lifespan of your blowout!

Side Part