Curtain bangs are versatile and versatile and look good with very different styles and hairstyles. We show you the trend of the stars.
A pony is almost always a bad idea. Curtain bangs, on the other hand, are almost always a good solution. Not only because they naturally transform as they grow and do not have to be constantly trimmed, but also because they are easy to wear even for those who do not have the hair structure of Dakota Johnson or Úrsula Corberó.
If you think about it like that, curtain bangs may even be the most immediate solution for those who got the wrong cut. You're the first lifeline: your hair grows, you part, cut a few steps, and that's it. Curtain bangs are also versatile because, as we are about to show you, they go well with many styles and hairstyles. Just think of Halle Berry's highlights or Yara Shahidi's super curly hair look. So here are ten stars (including Halle and Yara) that you can take inspiration from.
If it's true that curtain bangs have never gone out of style, we have to admit that this comeback is in good part thanks to them. Dakota wears the most classic and also the most difficult-to-care-for version: the bangs are full, play around the eyebrows, and are slightly open in the middle. This looks great with both your hair pinned up loosely and with your hair down.
Since J.Lo doesn't naturally have straight hair, she often relies on ponytails and chignons to tame her bangs and tousled locks. When she goes on stage, however, she relies on the star hairstylist, Chris Appleton, who created a 1970s style for her with a short center parting and rounded bangs. A styling to imitate.
Outgrown curtain bangs that transform into two longer strands that frame the face. The rest is done by a soft but neat cut that puts focus on the front of the hair.
Hair pinned up in half is an excellent option for those who don't always have the option to have it trimmed on a regular basis. It can be a ponytail, a braid, or a mini-chignon, the important thing is that the bangs fall open.
A beautiful hairstyle for curly hair dedicated to those who have opted for long bangs, but in a wavy or curly version. The idea is to create a transition between the ponytail - which is supposed to be very high - and the part of the hair that frames the face. In this case, the right products are essential to get defined and elastic curls.
If you don't feel like (or don't have the courage) to opt for curtain bangs, choose a tiered cut that plays around the temples at the front. A clever workaround can be the transition to a bolder cut.
While Halle Berry's hairstyle looks casual, the singer-songwriter's hairstyle is very accurate and only easy to imitate if - we admit - your hair is naturally straight. The alternative? Going to the hairdresser, of course, but that's still a great idea.
This it-girl really knows her way around hairstyles and is true to her long bangs. And although the suggestion of curtain bangs plus braids was super romantic and hippie-like, you can't resist the charm of a low chignon. Plus, it's super easy!
Halfway between the bangs and the tiered cut, here the curtain bangs fit perfectly into a long hairstyle. Wear them in a slightly wavy manner to match the different lengths.
The singer is an example of how well the curtain bangs lend themselves to effortless styling. The hair opens up on the forehead as if by itself, and the front strands - it must be said that the cut is artfully done and responds to Selena's natural shapes and textures - perfectly follow the rest of the hairstyle.