Fringe or not? How do you know if you should crack or not?
The question has surely crossed your mind: why don't I make myself bangs? A hair change that can be scary but which is nevertheless very trendy this year, especially the curtain bangs.
If you don't want to cut your hair but want a change, bangs are the perfect alternative. To do this, it is important to choose the bangs that totally suit you: curtain bangs, straight bangs, short pony... the options are numerous, so we'll give you a summary.
Luke Hersheson, hairstylist and CEO of Hershesons, spoke about this hairstyle: "There are bangs for everyone, but not all bangs are suitable for all faces. You have to take into account the shape of the face in particular. but also the length of your forehead ".
According to the expert, if you have a longer forehead, all types of bangs can work for you including thick bangs. However, if you have a short forehead, curtain bangs, or a bit longer bangs that don't cover your entire forehead will work better for you.
Wispy bangs are a great choice for those with a shorter forehead who want the look of bangs but still go for a light cut and not thick bangs so as not to weigh down the face.
Add instant volume with these tapered end bangs that frame an oval face and emphasize the eyes.
Light, tapered, tousled bangs work best for those with a longer forehead as well as anyone who wants to accentuate their facial features.
If you have a wider forehead, micro bangs might be the style for you. For a less severe and more modern cut, keep it tousled and pair it with thick, well-plucked brows.
The curtain bangs look great on those with a medium to the short forehead. It is also one of the most fashionable hair trends of the moment.
Straight bangs are recommended for those with a long forehead or oval face shape to avoid weighing down facial features.
Flattering, easy to maintain, effortless, and chic, we never tire of this 60s look that adds softness to a square face shape.