Half-moon bangs are all the rage right now. We'll show you what's behind the cool look!
Mullet, long shag, curtain bangs ... different hairstyles have defined our hairstyles in recent months. What do they all have in common? A pony! Here we explain what is behind the new trend Half Moon Bangs.
Half-moon bangs or crescent bangs describe a special type of bangs that are intended to frame the face in a subtle arc and thus suggest the silhouette of a crescent moon. With this cut, the hair is cut shortest in the middle of the forehead and grows longer towards the outside with a layered cut. It is important that this transition runs harmoniously and does not look too fringed like with the well-known curtain bangs. The outermost strands of the Half Moon Bangs reach down to the cheekbones and gently caress them. For an alternative and a bit harder look, you can set the entire fringe a little higher and have a so-called 'Micro Half Moon Bangs' cut.
Half-moon bangs not only look cool, but they are also easy to style! For extra volume, blow-dry your hair outwards with a round brush into the classic half-moon silhouette with this cut. Here you can also experiment with brushes of different sizes and create different looks. If coffee is your priority in the morning and time is short, you can just let your Half Moon Bangs air dry. A bit tousled, the trendy fringe looks super casual even in an effortlessly undone look - we love it!