Bangs are a look that every woman has considered at least one point in her life - whether to go blunt and bold, edgy or sexy, or wispy or sideswept. Here are three breezy looks to try with your hair, no matter the length.
Thick bangs go best with shorter hairstyles as it gives the illusion of a head full of hair. An A-line haircut with sideswept bangs, bangs with a messy layered bob, or even baby bangs for fine hair - they go really well with short hair styles. How can you make your style stand out even more? With some colour of course! Ombres have always been all the rage with these styles, but taking some inspiration from the last year of hair colours, try pastel shades that highlight the important sections of your hair with a gradient starting from your bangs.
Medium length hair
Regardless of the texture of your medium-length hair, if you've got hair that is anywhere near your shoulders (either below or above it), opt for straighter or more wavy bangs. This will bring out a contrast between your natural tresses and your cut-out bangs and frame your face to give it some more life. Whether you choose to try some colour or unique styles, bangs with medium length hair are a classic look that will work in every season.
Long hair is synonymous with effortless and convenient styles, and pairing bangs with this will work in your favour. Add layers to this combination and it'll make your luscious locks easy to maintain and even better to look at! Try long side bangs if you've got a more oval face, or a multi-toned full bang if your round face can carry off the look. Keep your bangs full and heavy if your hair is a little lighter, or try a combination of wispy bangs with thick hair for a more contrasting look.