How to Style Your hair Bangs 2020

Whether your hair is straight or curly, a fringe style is suitable for every woman. From chic temple-length side fringes that balance out square facial features to more extended, more vintage brow-grazing boundaries – there is sure to be something suitable.

Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs have made fringes back on trend. First popularized by Brigitte Bardot and Farrah Fawcett during the 60s, it was recently popularized again thanks to actresses Daisy Edgar-Jones (from Normal People fame) and Selena Gomez wearing wispy fringes.

Softly-styled Fringe

A softly-styled fringe is a softer take on the traditional straight-across fringe that can be tailored to any face shape. Aviva Perara from Los Angeles suggests trimming off a center section just below your eyebrow and then gradually trimming outward.

Side-Swept Bangs

Short side-swept bangs can be the ideal compromise between full fringes and blunt side-swept bangs, being easy to style and versatile in their use with most hair colors. A blonde hue adds depth while still flattering neutral skin tones.

Fringed Short Bangs

A copper-toned bob with playful fringes features short fringes for an eye-catching touch, drawing focus to the forehead and eyebrows. Textured strands also help hide fine lines for a flattering effect.

Pixie Cuts with Bangs

Pixie cuts with closely cropped bangs and shorter crown layers offer timeless appeal, perfect for classy ladies who want to spend less time perfecting their look. Pair yours with a side ponytail or a double-space bun for an effortlessly stylish style.

Forehead Bangs

Goebel recommends having them professionally trimmed every three weeks to keep your bangs healthy and looking their best. “This will prevent them from becoming too long and looking unruly,” according to him.