Will bangs look good on me? How would I style them? What if I have to wear the same hairstyle every day? Phew! All these questions will cross your mind when you decide to spice up your look and think of getting bangs. Well, TBH, it is a big and brave decision and if you have already gone with it, kudos to you! While bangs look incredibly cute and can really change your look completely, sometimes they are tough to work with. Yes, bangs can brighten up almost any hairstyle but the question is which hairstyles you should choose for your hair and your face shape?

Let us help you out with that! Whether you have blunt bangs or curtain bangs, whether you have short hair or long hair, we have here a stunning hairstyle for each. So, whether you already have bangs or have caught the fringe fever recently and are dying to get the bangs soon, here is all the hairstyling inspiration you need to style them into gorgeous bangs hairstyles. We have picked 8 show-stopping bangs hairstyles that you can copy and style them fringes like a pro. So, without any further ado, read on and take screenshots...

 

Top sock bun

Top sock bun

Show off your cute bangs with an even cuter hairstyle—a sock bun set on top. A sock bun is just a cuter version of a classic top knot and looks oh-so chic. You can also rock a regular wrapped top knot and it will look equally pretty. Sport this hairdo with baby bangs, choppy bangs or blunt bangs and. This will work well for medium length hair and really long hair.

To get this look, brush your hair. Leaving your bangs, pull your hair in a high ponytail and add an elastic band to secure. It should sit on the crown of your head. Now get a bun donut and slip over your ponytail. Starting from the end of the ponytail, wrap the hair on the donut and roll it up towards the hair tie covering it with the hair. Once it reaches the point of hair tie, tuck the loose ends and secure the bun with some U pins. Finish with some hairspray.

 

Half ponytail

Half ponytail

If you have short or shoulder length hair, this hairstyle is your best bet. From Kendal Jenner to Dakota Johnson, a half ponytail has been a go-to bangs hairstyle for the celebs and we totally approve. It is a casual hairstyle that you can rock on a weekend brunch or a movie night with your girls. Plus, this back-to-school hairstyle flatters all face shapes and is pretty easy to achieve.

Brush your hair and straighten your bangs using a straightening iron. Take the hair from the crown and make a high messy ponytail for yourself. Secure with an elastic hair tie and pull out some strands from the crown for the messy look. Let your bangs fall at front covering your forehead and brush rest of your hair. Style rest of the hair in soft waves and spritz hairspray to finish the look.

 

Bouffant with curtain bangs

Bouffant with curtain bangs

An old school, classic hairdo with face framing bangs is a red-carpet ready hairstyle that you can try to flaunt your bangs. Take cues from Selena on how to pair a bouffant with curtain bangs and look chic AF.  This dramatic hairstyle is perfect to rock at a glam event or a party where all you need is to kill ’em with your looks. Get this exact bangs hairstyle following these simple steps.

Begin with straight hair. Create a centre parting and let your bangs fall aside on both sides. Divide the rest of your hair horizontally in two parts. Take the upper part and tease small sections from it by backcombing and using hairspray. This will create volume and a poufy front. Once you have teased you hair, hold the section, twist it once and pushing it a little towards the front, secure with bobby pins. Brush your hair and finish the look with a mist of hairspray to add some shine.  

 

Braided chignon

Braided chignon

If you thought you can’t pull off a classy and fancy hairdo with bangs, think again! This low chignon bun with braided front is a sophisticated hairstyle and the fringe cut is making it even more stunning, if anything. It can surely give your regular chignon buns a run for their money. Channel your inner modern day Disney princess in this cute but classy bangs hairstyle that you can wear for a beach wedding or a glam gala. If you have long hair, this is just perfect for you.

Start with clean and straight hair. Take a section from the side and braid it in a regular three-strand braid. Now take the braid to the opposite side in such a way that it looks like a hairband and pin it behind the ear. Make a low ponytail and secure with a hair tie. Next, divide your ponytail hair into two parts and twist both sections.  Intertwine them and wrap them into a low placed bun. Secure the bun with bobby pins and spritz hairspray to keep it in place. Pull some hair from the sides of the bangs for face framing flicks. And, voila! You’ve got yourself a stunning ‘do.

 

Summer scarf ’do

Summer scarf ’do

When you don’t feel like spending hours doing your hair, here is a simple yet chic bangs hairstyle for you to pull off with minimum effort and in few minutes. For those rushed summer mornings, this is a perfect summer hairdo to sport. And, it goes with any and every kind of bangs and can be worked on every hair length. All you need is a silk scarf and some tucking and tying skills.

Brush your bangs to the front and create a centre parting. You can style the rest of your hair in curls or keep them straight, whatever you feel like. Take a silk summer scarf and fold it to make it sleek. Hold its edges and tie the scarf on the side front of your head, from under your neck. Tie it in a neat knot and tuck hair flyways. Brush your hair once again to set them. Spray hairspray, if needed. 

 

Messy half bun

Messy half bun

Got choppy bangs? Then, team them with a messy half bun with loose curls to get yourself a drool-worthy bang hairstyle. This hairstyle perfectly complements your messy looking bangs and makes for a cool and casual hairdo that ups your hair game a notch higher. Wear this to work or gym (yes, it is that versatile)!

Start by using a texturising hairspray on your hair to give it some volume and texture. Take the upper section of your hair from above the ears and pull it into a ponytail. Secure the ponytail with a hair tie. Wrap the ponytail hair in a messy bun and secure with bobby pins. Pull some hair strands and run your fingers through your bangs to brush them in a messy way. Brush the rest of your hair to finish the look, and you’re done!

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