The modern shag
The modern shag is one of the hottest hair trends for 2020. This style combines blunt and curtain bangs for an effortlessly cool and messy appearance. This angled fringe adds drama and draws focus to your eyes, particularly if your long locks have texture rather than perfectly polished. It works best on long locks.
If you have long hair and want to add an edge and flair to your look, bangs may be numerous styles to try out and an abundance of fringe cuts to select from; bangs make a stylish statement that frames your face perfectly while fitting perfectly into any given ensemble.
Try parted bangs that sit just above your forehead for an effortless yet sophisticated style. This classic and feminine style complements most face shapes; round or square faces significantly benefit from this look.
Experiment with side-swept fringes longer than your other strands to create a more dramatic and eye-catching style. This girl-next-door look flatters most face shapes while softening angular jawlines by creating exciting angles around the eyes and nose. Try pairing this look with light blonde shades for a sexy yet sophisticated finish.
The modern shag
Modern shag is an effortless, low-maintenance style for all hair types and lengths. The face-framing layers accentuate cheekbones while they can be worn straight or wavy. Ideal for those who like keeping their style simple, the modern shag can be styled using some volume mousse, air dry time, or diffusion to give a voluminous finish.
Long shag haircuts with bangs add an elegant, feminine flair to any look, mainly if they feature an 80s aesthetic. This decade-inspired look features long side bangs that cut across your face at an angle for an eye-catching style that works exceptionally well on round faces.
Copper and blonde highlights add dimension to this shoulder-length shag cut with feathered waves for a chic bedhead style. Perfect for girls seeking an effortlessly casual yet polished look that works well when worn with or without a hat; or those who wish to celebrate their natural textures and hues of curly locks!
Full bangs can add an eye-catching finish to any style if your hair length allows. Bob cuts with side-swept bangs are an elegant way to show off total cracks without overpowering their facial structure, or try opting for longer wavy or curly fringe that shows off natural textures in your locks.
Whether blonde or brunette, full bangs are timeless ways to accentuate facial features and enhance overall looks; longer hair can also look fantastic with a full fringe brushed across the forehead, which works exceptionally well on round or heart-shaped faces, while its angled edges soften a square or rectangular structure.
Feathered mid-lengths and ends add movement to this style, and its 1970s-inspired cut pairs beautifully with warm tones like auburn while camouflaging any forehead wrinkles. To achieve this ’70s-inspired cut, use a detangling comb on curly or wavy locks before blow-drying your bangs using a low heat setting combined with volumizing leave-in conditioner like Ouidad Clean Sweep Dry Shampoo for Curls for best results.
Combining side-swept bangs with layered hairstyles creates an adorable, youthful appearance while helping to conceal forehead wrinkles or fine lines. This style works for most face shapes and is an excellent way to give short or medium-length locks a soft sweeping movement that keeps them short or medium length.
As seen on Halle Berry, side-swept bangs add an eye-catching, chic element to any style – a blonde bob, an edgy pixie cut, or any combination thereof. They pair exceptionally well when worn alongside an elegant low ponytail.
Longer strands are ideal for this hair trend with bangs, as they can easily be tucked behind the ears or swept across one eye for a feminine style that highlights natural curls and waves for an eye-catching finish. Furthermore, its angled cuts create a sculptural effect ideal for oval or heart-shaped facial structures.