Curtain bangs are the most sought-after trend. They do some excellent face framing, thus enhancing eyes and cheekbones, and grow out seamlessly. More than that, a curtain fringe helps women hit the middle part and modern shag trends that are nothing but huge now.
Shall you cut some window bangs too? After you see 35 ideas on how to style curtain bangs for all hair lengths and types, you might want to.
Let us first recall the distinctive features of the fringe. Curtain bangs are angled to the sides and part in the middle (think of curtains that are fastened to the sides). While the final look will largely depend on the haircut, the correct styling of the bangs matters a lot, too.
According to TikTok hair trends, the best way to style curtain fringe is with a round brush and a blow dryer. Put the brush on top and dry your bangs backward before letting them fall in place. Another technique may be to use a flat iron. For this, you will need to take one side of your curtain bangs and use a flat iron to twist layers away from your face. If you have natural curls or waves, style your locks as usual and push your curls to the sides to open up the forehead.
Check out 35 diverse hairstyles with curtain bangs for ideas and inspiration.
Curtain bangs skillfully added to this medium-length hair create a sassy, effortless look. The tousled texture and subtle face-framing highlights are extremely flattering.
Bob with curtain bangs screams 2024 and makes an excellent choice for both thick and fine hair. Keep your hair color natural or choose among the color ideas for short hair to create a head-turning look.
Looking for trendy ways to jazz up your long hair? Curtain bangs will help you create an alluring hairstyle! Ask your stylist for the right-length face framing to draw attention to the winning aspects of your face shape like a beautiful chin line or cheekbones.
Here, the longer face-framing curtain bangs play a key role in contouring the face and adding a flattering movement. The result is a lovely and dynamic look that perfectly complements thick tresses.
Curtain bangs work great for many haircuts, but when combined with a short blunt bob, they can soften and enhance this style. More so, the fringe will look as gorgeous when growing out, as you can easily tuck it behind the ears.
Thick hair can sometimes result in ultra-heavy curtain bangs, but your hairstylist can customize the style to suit your hair type. We recommend asking for a thinned-out fringe for a more comfortable and manageable look.
If you’re looking for a way to enhance the appeal of your curtain bangs, opt for this voluminous styling. Curled face-framing strands will add a touch of bounce to your look, bringing extra volume to layered loose waves.
These curtain bangs reveal how a subtle flip of the ends can infuse a significant amount of character into your style. By pairing them with long, sleek layers, you can boost your hair texture, achieving an effect of movement and dimension.
The natural and a bit messy wavy styling adds so much allure to hairstyles with layers and bangs. This showcases the relaxed charm of your framing bangs and gives your look depth and mystery.
Many hairstyles seamlessly blend curtain bangs into face-framing layers, and we are here for it! This technique allows you to create a harmonious flow, complementing your best features.
The natural texture of this shaggy cut can contribute to the framing that makes curtain bangs so appealing. However, don’t forget to use moisturizing products to keep your hair healthy and radiance.
Emily Grangaard, a NYC professional hairstylist, effortlessly showcased curtain bangs in a chic and sophisticated manner. Spice up your front locks with money piece highlights to accentuate the shape of your fringe.
Curtain bangs can complement all hair lengths, including a choppy neck-length bob. Ensure that the ends of the bangs blend with the bob’s layers for a cohesive and harmonious look.
Center part hairstyles are all the rage now and curtain bangs complement them perfectly. While face-framing bangs suit all face shapes, it is ideal for concealing a high forehead and creating volume on top.
The iconic styling of curtain bangs is to pull it to the sides and create a soft curl directed away from your face. However, curtain fringe is more versatile than that. These straight, cheekbone-length bangs are so chic and effortless that we can’t but admire their beauty.
Fine hair is not the reason to say no to curtain bangs. Some hairdressers use this kind of fringe to make thin hair look thicker, as window bangs give volume and texture at the front. You don’t believe it is possible, do you? Then look at one of the images proving hairdressers’ mastership.
How to change your hairstyle without cutting your long hair short? Cut long curtain bangs. Such a fringe changes the image dramatically with almost no commitment, as you can grab it into a ponytail or a messy bun if you want to.
A straight middle parting and longer flipped ends make this fringe an iconic sample of curtain bangs styling. Note a stunning focus on the eyes it has managed to create!
Straight hair is quite low-maintenance, and you can grow it long and strong. The main disadvantage of straight hair is its monotonous look. For a change, add some beach waves and curtain bangs with curled edges that frame your face and make the transition to longer layers smooth and seamless.
The 70s bangs look daring and free. But hairdressers worldwide choose this appealing retro style not only due to its teasy look. Curtain fringe of the 70s matches most women, so you can rarely get it wrong.
Curtain haircut with feathered bangs not only looks feminine but also helps to improve some aspects of appearance, such as protruding cheekbones. Stylish pastel pink combined with melted roots scores additional points.
Wispy curtain bangs look light and demand minimum maintenance. The element is super flattering and pairs well with flowy long hair. More than that, the haircut makes the beauty of your eyes a central focus.
Struggling with frizzy hair? A good stylist can fix that, also taking 10 years off your face. This trendy messy shag with flicked curtain bangs is one of the best images to show to your hairstylist.
Women love curtain bangs because they can hide some nasty baby hairs and can be styled as hair pieces with a high ponytail or a messy bun. A good hairstyle to wear, isn’t it?
Baby curtain bangs are a new trendy twist on the 70s bangs style. Delicately thinned out at the center, they open up the face to create a stunning haircut for round face shapes. Baby bangs work best for short and medium-length hair.
Curtain bring will look a bit different depending on your hair thickness and texture. Curtain bangs cut in thick hair type will be rather full, but it will also help you effectively manage natural volume at the front. If you pull out the style on fine hair, the bangs will be wispy and lightweight, and the forehead – more open.
A mullet has made a banging come back this year, and curtain bangs fit the aesthetic well. Style baby curtain bangs while leaving the rest of your hair long for a rebellious contrast.
Curls lets you create a fresh-looking retro image that will still look ultra-modern thanks to curtain bangs. Part your bangs or not when styling for a change.
Today, the fashion of the 60s is extremely popular. Hair has been affected too, as curtain bangs trend is a comeback of the prominent Bardot bangs. Just see what the modern Bridget Bardot looks like.
Short and long blonde pixies speak of style; why not complement the cut with trendy bangs that gives fresh vibes to the ‘do? Here is one of the images to prove you do not always need length to pull out the style.
Fringe with a pointed center that further frames the face at the sides looks extremely cute and sets the scene for the most beautiful facial features. Create shape and texture using some salt spray, and you are ready to go.
Bob cuts look gorgeous with curtain bangs, especially if you add some unexpected color to your hair like this cranberry hue. Use a round brush and a blow dryer for a statement-making styling.
While curly fringe is on-trend now, curtain bangs are easier to create with straight and wavy hair like this 2C wavy hair type that pairs a few defined curls with straighter hair on top. The coarse texture makes the bangs stay in place and frame your face with minimal maintenance. The wash-and-go hairstyle has never looked more attractive.
Curtain bangs can work like magic, elongating a round face. For a head-turning image, add color to your strands. You can be creative and use the multicolor effect and tap into the e-girl streaks style as it has been done here.
There is no strict rule about how long or how short your curtain bangs should be, even though long fringe can be less of a commitment. Pay attention to your features and face shape to highlight and conceal what you want. Blow out your straight locks for large swoopy waves to blend the bangs and longer layers.
To cut your own bangs at home, take some hair from the crown, part it in the middle, and cut each side at a small diagonal angle. To rest on the safe side when getting DIY curtain bangs, first cut it longer than intended and gradually trim a bit more hair to reach the desired lengths.
Just look at this Instagram photo, and you will see how much difference a new parting and the bangs can bring to your appearance and your face shape! Curtain bangs don’t demand much effort, but the result is going to surpass your expectations.
Curtain fringes are a very attractive, low maintenance and versatile style that can be a winning idea for different face shapes. We hope we have managed to help you settle on the preferred look to bring to your stylist.
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