If you’re one of those girls who always has fringe fever, now is the perfect time to flaunt it. Bangs fired up the Summer Spring 2019 runways and soon you’ll see your social media feeds storming with fringe hairstyles. Face-framing fringes are gorgeous and so versatile that it can cutesy up any bland hairstyle. Bun, pony or braid, play around with your long hair by adding a little fringe to it. Wondering how? We’ve got 5 long hair-with-bangs style combos for you to sport this spring...
Pixie bangs with a bun
The iconic Audrey Hepburn hairstyle, pixie bangs are cute as hell. If you thought pixie bangs only suit short hair, we are glad to tell you that it looks equally flattering on long hair. A top messy bun teamed with baby bangs looks edgy and adorable and makes for a perfect summer hairstyle.
Choppy bangs and half up half down hair
The easy and effortless half up hair looks chic with fringes. The layered effect of choppy bangs adds an extra dose of texture to the half up half down hairstyle. An absolute stunning hairdo!
Blunt bangs and wild hair
For girls who are not big on braids and ponytails and like to leave their hair wild and free, blunt-cut bangs are a godsend for you. The thick fringe brings out your eyes and looks incredibly sexy. Your long hair and fringes will be the envy of everyone around.
Parted bangs with Ponytail
A high ponytail with parted bangs is a classic red carpet look for many celebrities. Long hair girls, if you’re fretting about the summer heat already, relax and grab a comb and a scrunchie. You can still sport the bangs with a breezy ponytail.
Side bangs with braid
Side swept bangs and a side braid is a match made in heaven. Side bangs add extra glam to a messy bohemian braid. Not to mention they frame your face and gives you a soft, relaxed overall look.