Curtain bangs are going to be 2021’s most wanted-after trend. They not only frame the face and highlight the eyes and cheekbones, but they are super easy to maintain as well. This advantage is sure to warm women’s love for the hairstyle in times when having a trim can unexpectedly become a challenge. Should you also cut any window bangs? You may want to, after seeing 20 ideas on how to style curtain bangs for all hair lengths and styles.
With window bangs, some short cuts look beautiful, especially if you add some unexpected color to your hair. How about a chic cranberry bob with bangs?
Bangs for Long Face
Some hairdressers think curtain fringes are designed for round faces and do not accommodate women with long faces. But look at this photo from Instagram, and you’ll see how quickly the rules are violated! On the fringe, highlights draw attention away from the prolonged face.
This fringe is an iconic sample of curtain bang styling with a straight middle parting and longer flipped ends. Notice what attention it has managed to produce on the eyes!
Curtain Bangs Lob
You got a lob? For a beautiful look, feel free to combine the cut with the framing bangs. Wash and go hairstyles have never been more appealing.
Long Curtain Bangs
How do you change your hairstyle without shortening your long hair? Break the curtain into long bangs. With almost no effort, such a fringe drastically changes the picture, as you can grab it in a ponytail or a messy bun if you want to.
Shag Haircut with Straight Hair
Straight hair is very low-maintenance, and long and heavy, you can grow it. Its monotonous appearance is the biggest drawback of straight hair. Add some beach waves and window bangs with curled edges, for a change.
Shaggy Layered Curtain Bangs
Wavy hair lets you build a fresh-looking retro picture that, thanks to curtain bangs, will always look ultra-modern.
Curtain Bangs for Round Face
Like magic, curtain bangs will work, elongating a round face. Add color to your strands for a head-turning image. As it has been done here, you can be imaginative and use the multi-color effect.
Wispy Curtain Fringe
The reason for saying no to curtain bangs is not thin hair. In order to make thin hair look thicker, some hairdressers use this form of fringe, as the volume of the window bangs will give your wispy strands texture. Don’t you believe in that, do you? Then look at this instance of the mastery of hairdressers.
Window Bangs Pixie
Style is spoken of by short and long pixies; why not compliment the cut with sleek bangs that offer the ‘do’ new vibes?