There’s a new style of fringe in town – curtain bangs! Have you always wanted to try bangs but want to do so in a safe way?
Curtain bangs are the perfect style of fringe to incorporate into your daily hairstyle because they’re less maintenance than regular bangs and more versatile.
The trendy curtain bangs hairstyle was initially started by former actress and singer Brigitte Bardot in the 60s. Since then It has been increasingly popular not just on runways but on celebs worldwide as well.
Everyone from Zendaya and Camila Cabello to Kristen Dunst and Dakota Johnson has been modeling this latest hair trend on red carpets. If you’re ready to add curtain bangs into your daily hair routine, get ideas from the below styles.
1. Long Curtain Bangs
Do you have long hair? Long curtain bangs will match up perfectly and balance out your facial features for a flattering look.
2. Curtain Bangs for Short Hair
Women with thin hair will appreciate the way curtain bangs make eyes look bigger and a round face more elongated.
3. Curtain Bangs for Medium-Length Hair
Does your medium-length hair need help? Curtain bangs with a little flip at the edges are super cute and flirty!
4. Wispy Curtain Bangs
If you have fine hair, curtain bangs can help it look happy and healthy. Rock them on a night out or pin them back when you’re going for a workout.
5. Curtain Bangs for Women With Round Face
Let curtain bangs do the framing for your round face while wavy locks cascade around your shoulders for a slightly messy yet romantic style.
6. Bob + Curtain Bangs
Pair your highlighted bob with curtain bangs and your hairstyle will be the edgiest one out there. Wear it super straight for that polished look or keep it wavy for fun.
7. Curtain Bangs With Ponytail
A low wavy ponytail becomes date-night ready when face-framing curtain bangs draw attention to cat eyes. A bold red lip would make this look even more statement-making.
8. Long Shag with Curtain Bangs
Short curtain bangs that barely meet the eyebrows top off a long shaggy haircut. The bangs are edgy while the shaggy, wavy body is girly.
9. Curtain Bangs On Blonde Hair
Your medium-length blonde hair will look completely different if you try curtain bangs. Their flipped ends and semi-parted middle create a versatile style you can easily manipulate for any look you desire.
10. Curtain Bangs for Curly Hair
Do you have curly hair? Show it off on a long hairstyle and balance it out with long curtain bangs.
11. Curtain Bangs with Glasses
If you wear glasses, you can definitely rock this hairstyle too. Consider if you prefer short or long bangs, then ask your stylist to trim to your preference.
12. Curtain Bardot Bangs
Actresses like Kristen Dunst would be proud of women with short hair who emulate the trendy Bardot curtain bangs on a blonde bombshell hairstyle. Pin one side back for a flirty afternoon day date.
13. Curtain Bangs for Fine Hair
The best way to style curtain bangs for fine hair is to opt for layers. Make sure to straighten locks to keep the bangs from looking too short.
14. Curtain Bangs – Korean Version
Thin hair gets a lift from a medium-length hairstyle with layers and curtain bangs. Not only do curtain bangs create texture and framing, but they’ll work with the layers to enhance volume.
15. Curtain Bangs for Women With Long Face
Long faces can be frustrating when it comes to choosing a flattering hairstyle. This one will let you keep your length by incorporating swoop curtain bangs that mix in a blunt cut for helpful face-framing.
16. Curtain Bangs for Oval Face
A choppy haircut becomes ultra edgy with layers and curtain bangs on an oval face. Women with thin hair should consider this look for the volume and movement it creates up top.
17. Side-Parted Curtain Bangs
Take a style tip from actress Jennifer Lawrence when she rocked this golden blonde long hairstyle with a side part and curtain bangs. She proves you don’t need to have a center part to rock the trendy fringe.
18. Curtain Bangs + Lob
A classic blunt blonde lob says “girl next door” with its own short curtain bangs. Keep it chic with straight locks or throw in waves for a more fun relaxed look.
From blunt lobs to long wavy tresses, there is more than one way to work curtain bangs into your hairstyle. Which one will you choose?