There is one widespread myth about curly hair that has been etched in women’s minds: women with curly hair shouldn’t wear bangs. This is not true at all! Curly hair with bangs looks extremely cute and feminine. Not only curly bangs have become a major trend now, but adding bangs actually softens up your look and makes your hairstyle pretty hot, too! Check out the ideas below for ultimate proof.
Curly Hair Bangs Ideas
If you are curious about how to wear curly hair with bangs, check out the following pictures with inspiring looks to get new creative ideas for yourself.
#1: Romantic Curly Hair with Bangs
This short curly bob is ideal for naturally curly hair with slightly longer bangs that graze the eyebrows. You can wear this look everywhere, from the red carpet and beach-side chilling to dinner dates and beyond.
#2: Naturally Curly Hair
This modern shag with natural curls is a perfect way to style medium-length or long curls. The best thing about this style is that you don’t have to cut your front pieces too short, just apply your stylers a bit closer to the roots at the front and scrunch.
#3: Curtain Bangs on Mid-Length Curls
If you’re a follower of hairstyles with loose curls, this ’do will definitely attract your attention. Add face-framing curtain bangs to make this cut more elegant and girly and a dirty blonde hue for extra volume.
#4: Layered Natural Tendrils
There’s a long antiquated rule that you aren’t supposed to wear bangs with curly hair due to shrinkage and a funny resemblance to a poodle. The best way to combat this association is to work with a stylist who specializes in curly hair to make sure that your bangs blend in with the layers in your hair; the result will be a full and flirty hairdo.
#5: Shaggy Cut with Curled Bangs
This haircut never goes out of style, as it works well for all face shapes and hair types. If you need to quickly refresh your ’do, use a curl refreshing spray that won’t weigh your locks down and instantly enliven them.
#6: Wavy Shag for Round Face
A shaggy cut is an excellent way for women with round faces to slim their visage. The layered loose curls that are not so voluminous frame the sides of the face to make it look longer. Plus, this cut is easy to style with a curling iron if you have naturally straight hair.
#7: Hot Curly Bob
Cut your curly locks a bit, add gorgeous curly bangs and voila, you look like a supermodel! With this transformation, your long, thin face will look cuter and girly, so think of this cut like it’s a perfect way to take ten years off your face.
#8: Extra Long Curly Hair
Curly-haired girls usually opt for mid-length cuts as they are easier to manage and style. But check how stylish and luxurious this long curly shag looks! Pair these “seamless layers” with short, choppy bangs to add more life to your previously limp curls.
#9: Curly Hair with Spirals and Bangs
The off-center part is trending now, and for good reason. It combines both modern and retro styles, adding uniqueness to curly hairstyles. With brow-grazing fringe and layered ends, this cut looks even more stylish.
#10: Perfect Curly Bob Cut
If you’re ready to take your curly bob from ho-hum to wow, this is your inspiration. This ’do ideally suits all hair types, plus it requires minimal styling. The layered cut ensures that your curls dry in perfect spirals for an easy wash-and-go hairstyle.
#11: Curly Hair with Highlights
Blonde curly hair feels less dense than darker shades; that’s because our eyes pick up the surface quality on pale hues and perceive the outlines on deeper ones. Keep it in vogue with the sandy blonde highlights like the one pictured.
#12: Messy Layered Curls
Natural curl pattern hairstyle is all about heavy strands and a lack of volume on top. Yet, messy curly layers can help you add shape and movement to your ’do, making it more voluminous and relaxed.
#13: Face Framing Curls
Smooth transitions are the key to achieving easy-to-manage bangs for curly hair. This cut features a continuous flow of the layered curls from the short pieces at the brow to the drawn-out ends. With the dirty blonde hair color, this curly bob looks weightless and catchy.
#14: Curly Shag with Choppy Layers
Check out how this top-heavy style has transformed the appearance of this girl. Having covered her forehead with curly bangs and framed the face with layered messy locks, the cut looks more released and lifted style. A good choice for ladies with fine hair.
#15: Cute 90’s Curly Hairstyle
If your curls are long and loose and your face shape is oblong or oval, opt for straight wispy bangs to add an edgy vibe to your look. They will blend in easier with the rest of the style, as opposed to looks with tighter curl patterns.
#16: Mid-Length Corkscrews
These micro-curls look so good with the curly curtain bangs! A real godsend for ladies with hair of naturally curly texture and brown hues. We like to style tight corkscrews by twisting in nourishing oil-based products for the polish and moderate hold.
#17: Messy Red Curly Shag
This sultry style with curtain fringe is full of flowing movement and volume. The messy waves are touchable and effortless for just the right amount of sexiness. If you want to enhance your curly texture without compromising the length, this style is what you need!
#18: Sassy Pixie Cut with Curly Bangs
Combining pixie cut with curly bangs and burgundy highlights produces a delightful contrast. Such a sassy style will add more rock’n’roll to your look, making it more modern and eye-catching.
#19: Flawless Beach Waves
Let your natural waves fall freely on your shoulders while your curly bangs will hang loosely, working as a face-framing detail. Recreate these gorgeous beachy waves by blow-drying your hair with a texturized spray.
#20: Curtain Bangs for Shaggy Hair
Look how the curtain bangs accentuate this beauty’s beautiful eyes. There is some effortless chic vibe to this particular style of bangs. It definitely flatters oval, long, triangular, and heart-shaped faces.
#21: Messy Medium Waves
Highlight bright blue eyes with soft bangs. Incorporating dark brown pieces into the soft flaxen blonde will add dimension to your curly hair with bangs and enhance the visual interest of the style. Messy waves are universally appealing—you can’t go wrong with this look.
#22: Golden Waves with Bangs
Using slightly different hues for length and fringe adds definition to the free-flowing lines of wavy hair. Parting deeply and sweeping to one side blends the blunt edge of the bangs; drying with an oval paddle brush bevels. Wrap any slack sections around a styling wand to refine.
#23: Soft and Shaggy Bob
No one can deny the appeal of a beautiful blonde bob. It manages to be both sexy and sophisticated at the same time. Take the standard layered cut to the next level by incorporating curls; the texture will also add fullness to thin strands.
#24: Cinnamon Shag
Long curly hair has an easy-going bohemian vibe. The tousled texture and scattered lightness through the tips show off the chunky layers. The irregular texture flatters strong jaw lines and prominent features. To style, simply scrunch in some mousse and air dry.
#25: Curlicue Shingle Bob
We love the balance of ethereal and edgy in this cut. The tapered neckline and choppy micro bangs give the short curly hair a contemporary twist. Removing weight brings in bounce, while the rich chocolate hue makes the airy ends feel more substantial.
#26: Curly Layers with Bangs
This classic shape provides uniform distribution of body throughout the complementary medium length. The sweeping front and golden brown shade customize the style. For curly hair, bangs can sometimes feel blocky; angling them flatters the cheekbones and accentuates the eyes.
#27: Relaxed and Rumpled Corkscrews
One of the easiest ways to make spirals seem modern is wear them a little messy. The curly bangs in this look are sparse, allowing strands to separate and articulate, contrasting the overall density. After drying, slide fingers underneath and massage to fluff.
#28: Bookish Brunette Babe
Glasses can present a challenge for curly hairstyles with bangs. The solution is to wear side bangs that fall an inch or so above the brows so they complement, not compete with, the frames. Unbroken length at the sides and back prevents cowlicks.
#29: Chopped and Twisted
Using a spiral technique—where hair is twisted once at the scalp and then wrapped lengthwise down the barrel of an iron—produces an evenly curled effect. Choppy straight bangs and silver ombre ends incorporate popular color trends into the sweet design.
#30: Curly Pixie Cut
Sometimes those with natural curls are afraid to go short, but this look proves there’s nothing to fear. Graduated shapes that build up weight toward the interior supply structure to coils. The elongated tendrils in the front are a playful touch.
#31: Curly Bob with Purple Streaks
Sometimes spiral curls can look too precious, especially on women with thick hair which can be overpowering. To upgrade your hairstyle to a more cutting-edge look, opt for a beautiful hair color. A deep purple is a lovely choice for perfect brunette curls. If you worry about breakage or committing to one color, try a semi-permanent formula.
#32: Inverted Bob with Bangs
Angles and curves offset each other creating shapes that feel perfectly balanced. The sloped edge goes with subtle stacking that shifts heaviness away from the nape. A separate line curves gently above the eyes. Filaments of cream showcase the coil pattern by tracing individual helices.
#33: Playful Coiled Corona
Encircling the face with a halo of corkscrews is a pretty and exuberant way to wear shoulder length tresses. Use a diffuser and a handful of mousse to expand and elevate the shape. Keep contours loose for a youthful and free-spirited feeling.
#34: Wavy Half Up Half Down Style
If you want to change things up a bit, you can style your curly hair with light eyebrow-skimming bangs like Jennie Garth did. Gather your hair into a half-up, half-down hairstyle. Let your curls cascade freely on your shoulders. Meanwhile, you can straighten your bangs and let them fall right above your eyes.
#35: Tight Curls with Straight Bangs
Kathy Griffin shows you another way to rock straight bangs. Style your curls with lots of volume and body to your hair. To complete the look, you can make a style statement by wearing short, blunt bangs.
#36: Side Parted Beach Waves
There is nothing that complements an effortless and chic wavy style more than long side bangs like Eliza Coupe’s. This particular way to style bangs is best suited for women who prefer A-line bob hairstyles. It makes your bangs blend seamlessly with the rest of your hair for an awesome natural-looking style.
#37: Swoopy Bangs for Layered Waves
Since curly hair tends to shrink, long bangs always work better for curls than a short fringe. Take a hint from Sandra Taylor. She aptly pairs her layered waves with long swoopy bangs.
#38: Wavy Hair with Choppy Bangs
It is okay to let your curls and bangs be a bit unruly sometimes. There is something effortlessly casual and chic about naturally wavy bangs. Take Laura Dern’s hairstyle as an example. It is wavy and carefree without looking overly messy.
#39: Short and Curly Pixie Cut
Selenis Leyva looks incredible with this short hairstyle, and the addition of bangs guarantees a head-turning look. The best thing about this particular hairstyle is that it’s youthful, chic and easy to style with foams or mousses.
#40: Long Glamorous Bangs
There is nothing more glamorous than long wavy bangs to accentuate your natural curls. Do not be too afraid to achieve lots of volume on your hair like Anna Chapman. This is a great hairstyle for long hair, too, but it works best on the shoulder-length.
As you can see, there are several ideas worth a try when you want to add bangs to your curly hair. It is all about accepting the natural peculiarities of your hair and learning to play up with styling products, depending on what result you want to achieve.