Fancy a fringe anyone?
At some point in our lives, we've all asked that same question: "Should I get bangs"? Well, we're here to tell you, the time is definitely now. No matter which length you opt for, bangs are always a beautiful way to frame your face. The only question we have left is, which way will you choose to style them? Read below for four different options that will help you decide on your perfect fringe style.
Long and Lovely
If you are the "noncommittal bangs" type, then long, edgy bangs are perfect for you. Long bangs will work with almost all hair types and have a completely unique style of their own! If you opt for long bangs, the ultimate style is to position them in a center part, left to softly curve around and accentuate the eyes. This style is particularly effective for showing off a seductive smoky eye look.
Short Baby Bangs
We can all agree that the 1950s gave us a lifetime of fashion and beauty trends. Along with kitten tips and doll lashes, baby bangs made a name for themselves. It's a daring yet practical look, which keeps the hair (far) away from the face while also providing structure and balancing out proportions. Keep them sleek and shiny by using a hair oil on the lengths.
Piecey Textured Fringe
One of the most popular hair textures at the moment is an urban matte finish. It's especially effective on piecey bangs for an effortless "I woke up like this" look. To achieve this look, try using a dry finishing spray or a dry shampoo, which also has a subtle fragrance that lasts for up to 24 hours. Simply spray it onto hair and use your fingers to blend it in.
Wavy and Voluminous
Wavy and curly-haired girls can also use bangs to boost their look. Make the most of your natural volume with a thick, messy fringe that has a romantic element to it. Use a volumizing mousse to ensure hold for both waves and body, and to prevent unwanted flyaways. A few loose sections will look great, but you don't want your locks to be out of control, especially not in extreme temperatures where humidity, central heating and cold outdoor temperatures can cause serious frizz.
The lesson? Whichever fringe you decide add to your look, you're sure to have fun with all of your new styling possibilities.