Made famous by Bridget Bardot in the '70s, curtain bangs are a feathered cut that creates a mussed-up, cool-girl look.
As its name suggests, these face framers are shaped in a bottleneck curve that's cut shorter at the top and cascades
When you think of bangs, blunt bangs are probably the kind that immediately pop into your head.
Think again. Curly bangs are typically cut longer, so that hair won't shrink up your forehead as it curls.
Side bangs sweep across your forehead in an elegant way "and create angles on round faces,"
Less committal, layered bangs blend into your hair and have tons of different lengths, which means you can style them however you want
Choppy bangs have a little bit more texture than blunt bangs, and they're typically cut at varying lengths to give bangs more definition.
Try them short, or tuck long braids into loops to create faux bangs.
These bangs are light and fine. Wispy bangs typically have a lot of feathering on the ends, adding to their barely there, soft look.
If you have wavy hair, you can totally let your texture shine through your bangs. Don't worry about blow-drying