Bangs are great for framing your face. They also add texture and volume to your look. I keep long bangs near my face so I can have a little bit of framing, but can pull them back if I need to. If you’re looking for a hairstyle that includes some bangs, I’ve got you covered. Check out my list of bangin’ hairstyles that you can show to your hairdresser. If you see one that you like below, let me know in the comments section and I’ll be sure to take note. What do you think about bangs? Find them cute and easy to rock? Or do you feel it’s bothersome to have hair on your face? Let me know in the comments.
Bettie Page Bangs- I love these super short Bettie Page inspired bangs on Beyonce! They’re a little punk and a little vintage. Perfect if you’re in the mood to be different.
Side Swept Bangs- Side swept bangs are the ultimate face framing look. They flatter every face shape and turn your hairstyle up a notch.
Pixie With Bangs- I love a cute pixie look, but especially with some long bangs to even the short look out. If you don’t like having hair in your face then this isn’t to the look for you, but do go for it if you don’t mind.
Long Face Framing Bangs- When you have bangs that are growing out, it’s easy to get frustrated with them. That’s why I love this look. You can work it when your bangs are short or long.
Long Side Swept Bangs- This look feels sexy without even trying. Check out my girl, Kim K, rocking them below.
Layered Bangs- When your bangs fall in line with wispy layers, it creates a feathered look that’s less Charlie’s Angels and totally sexy. Just check out Katie Holmes below.
Full On Bangs- When you want something truly face-framing, straight across bangs are where it’s at. I love this look on any face shape, but I think they work best when you have a square face and chiseled features.