Are you thinking of changing up your style but don’t want to get rid of your length? What about trying bangs? They’re in trend right now and then can add a new look to your style.
This article with different types of bangs that go great with long hair comes from Cosmopolitan.
They’re not exactly low-maintenance, but they’re the best way to totally change your vibe without touching most of your hair.
Brigitte Bardot was known for having mussed-up curtain bangs (i.e. feathered and roughly parted in the middle) paired with long hair. Try this style if you want something a little more effortless and a little less perfect.
Unlike the blunt bangs from your elementary school days, this brow-grazing style is edgy and sleek—perfect for anyone with stick-straight hair or an affinity for flat irons.
Not only does face-framing fringe look so good, but the cut also works as a trick for transitioning from bangs to no bangs during the inevitable grow-out stage.
No matter your curl pattern, even a few shorter curls that hit below your brows can make a noticeable difference in your overall hairstyle.
This polished style can be worn blunt and straight across, but they look especially chic when slightly parted in the middle.
If your hair spends most of its time in an updo, try bangs that fall just below your cheekbones. You’ll automatically have soft, face-framing layers when you put your hair up, and long bangs when you take your hair down.
A modern take on the quintessential ’70s look, this longer version of a curtain bang blends nicely into the rest of your strands. It’s versatile enough to be worn pushed over to the side or parted down the middle.
If you have fine strands and want some extra oomph, try getting very light, wispy bangs to give the illusion of height and volume in the rest of your hair.
If you’re really leaning into the ’90s trend, this voluminous, blown-out look is for you. To keep it elevated and modern, ditch the hairspray to give your hair a little more movement.
Gone are the days of straightening just your bangs. Whatever your natural texture, embrace it all over.
This tiny-bangs style stops an inch short of your eyebrows, giving you a look that’s both retro and modern, all at the same time. It’s even more striking when contrasted with extra-long hair.
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