Wavy hair with bangs looks cute and youthful. Using modern tools and techniques, hairstylists are able to perform the best haircut for your locks, personality and lifestyle.
For example, you may pair your naturally wavy hair with a long or short, straight or side-swept, blunt or textured bangs – there are so many options! Read on to know the latest trends and styling tips.
Best Bangs Style Ideas for Wavy Hair
What bangs will suit your wavy hairstyle best? First of all, think about your face shape. Bangs have to complement and correct it. To dig deeper, check our detailed guide on different types of fringes.
The good news is that bangs pair well with wavy hairstyles of all lengths and shapes. This means there is definitely an ideal fringe for your haircut. Make sure wavy hair with bangs is a great idea and get more inspiration below!
#1: Shaggy Short Wavy Bob Haircut with Bangs
We are totally in love with this shaggy wavy bob and the full fringe bangs combo. With plenty of texture and movement, this hairstyle makes a perfect frame for your features.
#2: Short Wavy Hair with Straight Wispy Fringe
Complement your sassy curly pixie cut with wispy bangs to add a little more edge to your hairstyle. If you have naturally curly hair, you’ll only need to straighten the front area while the rest of your hair can air dry.
#3: Long Wavy Hair with Bangs Style
Are you craving a change but would prefer to stick to the same hair length and color? Try soft, feathered bangs with a barely-there parting peeking through it.
#4: Long Hair and Naturally Wavy Bangs
If you have naturally curly or wavy hair, bangs can become a statement element and seriously elevate your look. Yet you will need to do some minimal styling e.g., applying some curl enhancing serum or mousse and scrunching your locks before leaving them air dry.
#5: Long Wavy Hair with Curtain Bangs
Probably one of the most modern and trendy styles are these 70s’ inspired, flicked out long bangs. To get this look, blow-dry your fringe backwards using a medium size round brush. Let it fall apart in the middle and use some hairspray to keep the strands in place.
#6: Shag Hairstyle with Messy Wavy Bangs
Is it even a shag if it doesn’t have curly bangs! Perfectly blended with the rest of the hair and boasting plenty of tousled texture, this style is a total curly girl’s dream.
#7: Medium Length Wavy Hair and Choppy Bangs
A-line or arch shaped bangs make beautiful face framing and look very feminine and youthful. Perfectly versatile, they can be worn as a full fringe or curtain bangs.
#8: Wavy Hair with Short Blunt Bangs
Perfect for thick hair, full bangs look edgy and drive all the attention right on your cheekbones. Although this style requires some commitment to keep it in place, especially if you have naturally wavy hair, it’s 100% worth the effort.
#9: Naturally Wavy Hair with Bangs
We are so pleased to say that the cliché that you can’t have bangs with curly hair is outdated: on the opposite, you totally should. Try a modern shag with bangs and rock your natural waves.
#10: Long Wavy Pixie with a Deep Side Part
To recreate this look, use a curling iron to make those soft curls on all your hair, including the side swept bangs. Finish it with a texturizing spray to give your pixie haircut some oomph.
#11: Shag Haircut with Curly Bangs
If you want to try wearing your curly hair with bangs, you need to try the shag cut. No matter if you have a perm or there’s a natural curl in your hair, this look ticks all the boxes.
#12: Long Choppy Layers and Wispy Bangs
Long wavy hair with bangs looks terrific when blended together. The perfect style is all about the details: look at those side bits that integrate the bangs with the rest of the hair.
#13: Shaggy Bob with Soft Blunt Bangs
Ideal for oval shaped faces with strong bone structure, textured wavy bob with full straight bangs is a serious showstopper. Ask your hairdresser for a razor cut to get this look.
#14: Wavy Hair with Side Swept Wavy Bangs
The best shape for thick, curly or wavy hair is a layered haircut with soft bangs. If you have frizzy hair, use some serum or pomade to tame it down.
#15: Lob Haircut with Wavy Curtain Fringe Style
A wavy lob with fluffy bangs is the best bet for those with thick medium hair. Use some texturizing spray to accentuate the curl pattern and make the style last longer.
#16: Mullet Cut with Wavy Bangs
A mullet is unquestionably one of the coolest styles to sport your wavy hair with bangs. Add a bleached strand at the front for a striking accent.
#17: Long Thick Hair with Wispy Bangs
Thick hair can often feel heavy and flat; to avoid this, it needs to be cut in the right shape. We’d like to encourage you to try to combine shaggy layers and a wavy fringe – this haircut will give your hair some movement and body.
#18: Soft Waves and Blunt Bangs
If you fancy adding some drama, the combination of pastel colors and full, straight bangs is your look. Eyebrow-grazing length would require three-weekly salon appointments, yet those are so worth the effort.
#19: Cute French Bob with Baby Bangs
We can’t get over this sassy little bob with an oval-shaped fringe. If your natural hair is curly, the maintenance of this style is pretty easy. All you need to do is straighten the bangs with a flat iron or blow dry it using a round brush, whilst the rest of the hair can dry naturally.
#20: Medium Wavy Hair with Bangs
A short wavy cut with soft, feathered bangs looks feminine and modern. The key to achieving this messy, tousled texture is using a decent amount curl building serum and a diffuser.
#21: Super Textured Mullet with Wavy Fringe
A shaggy mullet is one of our favorite wavy hairstyles. Those choppy layers and wavy bangs give us some serious rebellious vibes.
#22: Layered Wavy Hair with Curtain Bangs
Wavy hair tends to lose its curl when growing past a certain length. Adding some layers will let you keep it long and revive the curls at the same time.
#23: Long Pixie with Soft Feminine Waves
A short blonde hairstyle with wavy bangs looks both chic and edgy. Give your wavy strands some direction with a flat iron and finish the look with a strong hold hairspray.
#24: Wavy Hairstyle with Layered Bangs
So full and bouncy, this curly shag perfectly shows off the texture of those natural corkscrew strands. Scrunch your curls with some gel or serum and dry them using a diffuser to nail this look.
#25: Sculptured Long Top Short Sides Pixie
Short hair on the sides and at the back and long wavy bangs make a perfect statement look. Complement it with red lipstick to make everyone swoon.
#26: Wavy Textured Haircut with Long See-Through Bangs
Subtle, see-through bangs are the best to frame your face without looking too heavy and overwhelming. Feathered and lightweight, they look great with wavy hair.
#27: Long Wavy Mullet with Deep Choppy Fringe
Bold and edgy, this look is all about the contrast. Long wavy hair at the back and straight heavy bangs matched together to make a totally head-turning look.
#28: Very Short Wavy Hair with Side Bangs
If you are looking for a short hairstyle suitable for wavy hair with bangs, this soft pixie crop is your best bet. With just enough texture and face framing it’s a perfect choice for those with fine hair.
#29: Short Wavy Bob with Bangs and Highlights
This shaggy, layered bob with feathered bangs is versatile enough to suit all of the hair types and face shapes. Blow dry it with your head upside down to gain as much volume as possible.
#30: Stacked Bob with Fringe and Light Waves
So 80s’ and trendy, a short graduated bob with curtain bangs is a hit of this season. Add some soft waves with a curling iron to give this hairstyle a modern twist.
As you see, short wavy hair and bangs are a beautiful combination, you won’t regret it. Even the fact you’ll need to trim your fringe every 2-4 weeks to keep it in a proper shape, will not overshadow the total joy from feeling so pretty, believe us.