A Guide to Getting Bangs to Suit Your Style

Getting bangs can be a great non-committal way to mix up your hairstyle. You can keep the length while changing the way hair frames your face for a whole new look. Here’s a guide to choosing which bangs work best with your style.

Classic Bangs

You can’t really go wrong with classic bangs. The only thing to consider is whether you’ll need to straighten them daily to keep your look looking oh-so-Zoe-Deschanel.

Micro Bangs

If you’re feeling bold, cutting your fringe super short is an edgy way to transform your hairdo and your look. It’s a risk, but hey, hair grows quickly.


Sweeping Bangs

Emma Stone typically rocks sweeping bangs. It’s a subtle way to change your hair up without having to commit to a full fringe.

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Shaggy Bangs

Florence Welch is the queen of the shag. Textured, natural fringes are laid back and are perfect for bohemian beauties.


Blunt Bangs

Alternatively, blunt bangs are a more high-maintenance way to show off what you are all about. Blunt bangs are bold, fierce, and make a statement.