25 Ways to Style Curtain Bangs for a Trendy Look
Curtain bangs are the most sought-after trend of 2022. They do some excellent face framing, thus enhancing eyes and cheekbones, and grow out seamlessly. More than that, a curtain fringe helps women hit the middle part and modern shag trends that are nothing but huge now.
Shall you cut some window bangs too? After you see 25 ideas on how to style curtain bangs for all hair lengths and types, you might want to.
Acing a Curtain Bangs Look
Let us first recall the distinctive features of the fringe. Curtain bangs are angled to the sides and part in the middle (think of curtains that are fastened to the sides). While the final look will largely depend on the haircut, the correct styling of the bangs matters a lot, too.
According to TikTok hair trends, the best way to style curtain fringe is with a round brush and a blow dryer. Put the brush on top and dry your bangs backward before letting it fall in place. Another technique may be to use a flat iron. For this, you will need to take one side of your curtain bangs and use a flat iron to twist layers away from your face. If you have natural curls or waves, style your locks as usual and push your curls to the sides to open up the forehead.
Check out 25 diverse hairstyles with curtain bangs for ideas and inspiration.
How to Cut Curtain Bangs?
To cut your own bangs at home, take some hair from the crown, part it in the middle, and cut each side at a small diagonal angle. To rest on the safe side when getting DIY curtain bangs, first cut it longer than intended and gradually trim a bit more hair to reach the desired lengths.
Just look at this Instagram photo, and you will see how much difference a new parting and the bangs can bring to your appearance and your face shape! Curtain bangs don’t demand much effort, but the result is going to surpass your expectations.
Curtain fringes are a very attractive, low maintenance and versatile style that can be a winning idea for different face shapes. We hope we have managed to help you settle on the preferred look to bring to your stylist.