Have you often thought about getting bangs cut, but in the end - for fear that your forehead fringes would not suit you at all - you didn't dare? We can at least take this uncertainty away from you now. Because there is a pony hairstyle that should work for every hair structure as well as every face shape: we're talking about the curtain fringe.
This is why the curtain fringe is so popular: The pony hairstyle works with every hair structure and face shape.
Hair texture and face shape - these are the two most important points to consider when cutting a pony. While thick hair can tolerate a compact section of a pony, for example, it is better to avoid it with fine hair because of the lack of volume. If you have a short forehead, neatly cut bangs make your face look stocky. Even people with round faces are usually not advised to wear bangs, as they often make them appear even more rounded.
Right now, however, the trend is for a pony hairstyle that actually seems to work for all hair and face types. The curtain fringe is a hybrid of shorter and longer forehead fringes, which ensure that the hair surrounds the face like a curtain. This flatters both narrow and round face shapes and any structure - from fine to thick, from smooth to curly.
It is important to note that the curtain fringe still has to be individually adapted to the structure of the hair and the proportion of the face, as is the case with other hairstyle trends.
By the way: a pronounced vortex at the base can become a daily styling challenge. It is best to discuss with your hairdresser whether the coveted trend still makes sense for you and think carefully beforehand whether you would like to accept the effort. Because without annoying eddies it goes to zero: blow-dry, part, comb through. If anything, use hairspray to set the look afterward.