As long as there are creative hair stylists, there will always be so many different styles to choose from. It can actually become quite overwhelming. Well, we are here to help you find the different types of bangs styles that is best for you.
If you have decided to add bangs to your hairstyle, you should take a look at the photos we have listed, below. before making a decision. We have conveniently listed them by categories including the length of hair and hair texture. We have also listed some different types of bangs styles by what is very popular and quite beautiful.
WARNING! If you find a style you want to add to your hairstyle, DO NOT DO THIS YOURSELF! You should hire a professional hair stylist to do this fore you, especially if this is your first time having bangs. You could end up heading to the nearest stylist!.
I. Different Types Of Bangs Styles Depending On Hair Length
1. Bangs Shaped For Short Hairstyles
As you will notice throughout the article, you too can have bangs even if you have short hair. This example shows you one of the newest trends called “Baby Bangs”.
2. Casual Short Hair Bangs
We have spent a lot of time showing really gorgeous ways to wear short hair with bangs in many gorgeous fashions. On the other hand, if you are prone to casual, you might want to consider the side-swept look shown above.
3. Medium Length Hair With Curtain Bangs
If you had short hair for a long time, but now letting your hair grow out, there are many ways to wear your bangs. Medium length hair offers a wonderful style known as curtain bangs which is perfect for accentuating the lovely brown to blonde balayage. Balayage means a technique which highlights hair by painting the dye in a fashion to create a gradual natural look.
4. Styles Of Bangs For Long Hair
Side bangs have always looked stunning no matter the length of hair, but they look especially wonderful with long hair and you can easily make them stand out. Just pull your hair up in a bun or maybe a ponytail and check out the results.
5. Show Off Your Long Hair With Fringe Bangs
Everyone just seems to love how fringe compliments this long, wavy looks a little disheveled. By the way, there is no difference between the term fringe and bangs. It all depends what term you use.
II. Types Of Bangs For Different Hair Types
6. Bang Styles For Thin Hair
There is now a new category dedicated to finding the best bangs for your hair type. One of the most popular and beautiful styles if this knock-out look from Lucy Boynton. But if you want to make your bangs look fuller, you need to add Bardot bangs to your style. This style comes from the absolutely gorgeous actress Brigitte Bardot.
7. Styles For Thick Hairstyles
If you have thick hair, you know how difficult it is to control. You might want to consider layering your hair for more manageable results. The above photo will give you inspiration when you are ready for a new look in bangs.
8. Styles For Curly Hair
Sadly, there are many who believe that if you have curly hair, you cannot have bangs. Well, we are here to show you, that if you have curly hair you most certainly can have bangs! Here is a great example how you can add a fringe of your curly hair and look stunning! Here is a great style for adding fringe to your curly hair and look amazing.
9. Different Kinds Of Straight Bangs
As many women with straight hair do not have volumes of tresses, chances are, your hair will look flat. You can fight this by having a full-frontal of fringes which is a lovely look created effortlessly.
10. Wavy Hair With Wispy Bangs
If you have straight bangs, it’s not going to look very natural if you have wavy hair. Instead, consider going with wispy bangs, you will look fantastic!
III. A List Of All Styles Of Bangs
11. The Different Types Of Bangs
There are so many different styles of bangs for you to choose from. We think these styles will look absolutely fantastic. These bangs are simple but you can easily style and wispy bangs can be styled as curtain bangs.
12. Frontal Bangs
Not everyone should have frontal bangs, it all depends on the shape of your face and whether you wear them above or below your eye line. You will look stunning!
13. Different Side Swept Bangs
The same ideas apply to side swept bangs. Depending on the shape of your face and your forehead, you can choose to go with shorter or longer bangs. We, personally, would recommend going with longer bangs. It’s easier to brush them or pulling them behind your ear.
14. Consider Side Bangs
Side bangs are very similar to side-swept bangs and curtain bangs. While in actuality, side bangs are only on one side of your face while the rest of your hair looks perfectly normal.
15. Side Swept Bangs
This is simply another way to style your hair. You are actually sweeping your bangs to whichever side of your face you prefer.
16. Fringe Hair
17. Long Bangs
18. Curtain Bangs
These bangs will curtain your face and depending on the length, will draw attention to one or several features of your face. As an example, longer bangs will generally hide your eyes.
19. Short Bangs
Although these bangs might be considered Baby Bangs, while they are short, they are actually longer than Baby Bangs and are considered the first version of short bangs.
20. Blunt Bangs
This is the last style of bangs on our list. They are similar to fringe bangs but are usually fuller, straighter, and compact to your forehead.
If you are looking for a new style for your bangs, our list has many choices to choose from. Keep in mind the length of your hair and the texture of hair such as fine, coarse, curly, etc. Know your preferences to decide which types of bangs will work best for your hair. It’s also a good idea to to talk to a professional stylist to get some good advice.
All said and done, decide which styles are on your favorite list and in reality, which styles would you prefer to wear? I would strongly recommend you talk with a professional hairstylist before making a choice.