Do you want to change? We'll tell you how you can transform your curtain bangs into chic hairstyles that you haven't worn before.
Curtain bangs look great, but can also be easily re-styled.
Curtain bangs are not only trendy at the moment, the A-shaped cut bangs are also one of the most popular pony hairstyles. Because compared to other variants, it requires little styling, does not have to be one hundred percent accurate, and also frames our face in a flattering way. But as cool and casual as the hairstyle is, sometimes we just want a little change. We reveal three styling options with which you can transform your curtain bangs into a new hairstyle in no time at all. Bet you haven't worn it like this before?
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Curtain bangs are actually known for their A-shaped cut and center parting. If you want to bring a little fresh momentum to your mane, you can also wear the bangs split in the middle with a side parting. A new look is created in no time and puts the face in a new focus.
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Curtain bangs were first made socially acceptable by style icon Brigitte Bardot in the 1960s and are still worn in the same style today. But if you want something to change, you can easily transform your curtain bangs into a stylish 80s look. How does it work? Simply roll up your hair with a round brush, style it with warm air and roll it out loosely towards the outside.
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Tired of bangs? No problem! Because curtain bangs are usually a little longer than a classic pony, they can easily be combed backward or sideways and fixed there with clips or hair clips. In no time, the front strands of hair are off your face. Styling tip: Trendy headbands and hairbands can also hide the bangs. Simply place the hair accessory below the fringe and slide it up onto your head - done.