Long Haircuts Bangs
Bangs are like an accessory to hair fashion – they make haircuts look even more interesting, stylish and add a touch of spice to an otherwise boring hairstyle.
Bangs are a great asset for long hair. Those who have long, straight hair can break the monotone of the length by adding bangs on top. Of course, the type of bangs are many and each type of face suits certain types of bangs. Again, bangs are not for everyone and you need to have a certain attitude to be able to carry them off.
Bangs can be worn on the face in a number of styles as seen below:
Olivia Wilde’s fringe sits pretty on her forehead and has been cut in a length that reaches upto her eyebrows in a curved manner. The key to the right length of a fringe is to cut them when they are dry so the right length can be determined.
Reese Witherspoon has always had bangs which have been part of her hairstyle. The bangs do not end sharply but are elongated and side swept which gradually become the layers which adorn her face.
Christina Ricci flaunts the blunt cut fringe which highlights her eyes as seen below. It is a great style to flaunt with straight, layered cuts.
Bangs are also becoming more radical as can be seen below. With the edgy and the shaggy hairstyles coming into vogue, they have their influences on the bangs as well. Hence, you may see women flaunting shaggy, uneven, tapered bangs side swept.
Bangs are also highlighted in a variety of ways – from subtle shades of brown to rainbow colours. Some are worn in the punk style in violet and neon hues while some are highlighted by the coloured hair bordering the bangs. The edgy hairstyles have bangs ending in defined shapes on the face – they could be square or a tapered triangle and need loads of attitude to be carried off.