28 Medium Hairstyles With Bangs: Our Latest Faves!

Adding bangs to a hairstyle is like adding a cherry to the top of an ice cream sunday — it finishes the look. Whether you have curly hair, straight hair, or something in between, here are gorgeous medium hairstyles with bangs to consider!

Medium Bob With Bangs

The trendiest medium bob haircut with bangsInstagram @johnnyramirez1

This extra layered looks extra haute paired with a long layered fringe.

Curtain Bangs + Square Bob

Our favorite square bob with curtain bangsInstagram @_thatjennagirl_

Q&A with style creator, Jenna Binette
Cutting Specialist @ House of J Henry in Portland, ME

How would you describe this look?

Curtain bangs are everywhere right now and I just love how they can the perfect accent to almost any cut. I paired her soft bangs with a classic square bob that just barely sweeps her shoulders. To enhance the transition from her bangs to her bob, I created a bend in the hair just at the cheekbone with my flat iron.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I love this look for straight to wavy hair. If you have cowlicks in the front, just blow dry your bangs from side to side, when they are soaking wet to break the wave. If your hair is thick, adding layers will add lightness and texture to your bob.

Keeping your hair all one length works with most face shapes, but if your face is round or you need some elongation, ask for your cut to be slightly longer in the front.

I just wanted a simple wave for this look, but it would look so cute with loose curls or shiny and sleek!

Textured Shoulder Length Shag

Q&A with style creator, Lauren Altieri
Hairstylist @ Tribe in Chadds Ford, PA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this hairstyle as a textured long shag. My favorite aspect of this cut is most definitely the bangs. They lay so effortlessly and pull the entire style together!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This style complements anyone with medium to finer hair. I used Kevin Murphy Bedroom.Hair to finish off this look. It helped give it that lived-in finish, making the hair movable while maintaining the separation and texture.

Statement-Making Blunt Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Jenessa Acosta
Hairstylist @ Ramirez | Tran Salon in Beverly Hills, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as chic and sophisticated with a little edge. I gave her a blunt statement bang with a texturized short to long bob.

My favorite thing about this haircut is that there is a perfect blend of a classic bang and bob, but with texturized edginess. It’s the best of both worlds.

Any advice for someone considering it?

When it comes to bangs and a bob, there is a lot to discuss. The first thing to keep in mind when making the decision to get bangs or not is your face shape. When you have a long face like my client’s, a bang can help reduce the overall face length.

If you have a round face, the perfect bob length for you would be below the chin, keeping all the hair the same length on the sides of the face to make the eyes and cheekbones pop.

Both a bang and short bob require more styling than usual, especially if you have a natural cowlick that interferes with your bangs. If you have time out of your day to commit to styling your hair, this haircut can help make any outfit look extra chic.

To style, I sprayed Milbon Volume Thickening Mist in when the hair was wet. After I dried and waved her hair, I sprayed Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo onto the roots of her bangs to prevent any greasiness. I finished off with L’Oréal Professional Next Day Hair Dry Finishing Spray throughout all of the hair to add more volume and texture.

Textured Curtain Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Amanda Nove Pocha
Hairstylist @ Tiger Tiger Salon in Portland, OR


How would you describe this look?

Longer bangs allow for a bold change for anyone who wants a completely different look without losing too much length. Adding texture and allowing them to dust the eyebrows makes them flirty and more “grown-up” while drawing attention to the eyes.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Long layers that fall just past the shoulders mixed with a good styling product allow the natural texture of the hair to hold most of the style.

I have found curtain bangs look best when blow dried without too much fuss. Rough drying them straight down allows them to look smooth while not compromising any cowlicks. This way they separate easily to frame the eyes. These bangs look killer on someone with a heart-shaped face!

Mid-Length Cut with Blunt Bangs

An on-point mid-Length haircut with blunt bangsInstagram @hairbytinam

Q&A with style creator, Tina Malhotra
Stylist @ L’Appartement Hair Boudoir in New York, NY


How would you describe this look?

This a medium length style that falls past the collarbone. I love how this haircut elongates her round face to give the illusion of a more oval shape, and I also love how the blunt bangs frame her look.

A lot of my clients who are growing out lobs/shorter styles love when their length reaches this phase.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My client’s hair is fine and naturally straight. To achieve this style, I used the Medium Texture Paste by Davines to prep the hair while wet. I blow dried her hair with a large round brush in large sections to add volume at the roots. I kept the bangs straight and blunt, but set the rest of her hair with a 1 1/4-inch barrel curling iron to add some waves. Next, I lightly sprayed the curls with Davines Dry Texture Spray to help her fine hair hold the waves without making it sticky. Using a wide-tooth tortoise comb, I gently broke up the waves to give it some playfulness and texture. To finish the look, I misted the hair with a light, flexible hairspray and shook it out.

My client is a mom to a toddler, so her lifestyle can be unpredictable! This style not only complements her face shape and haircut, but it also has a lived-in look so she can maintain this blowout with no effort.

Glamorous Side Swept Bangs

Glamorous side swept bangsInstagram @erikacongdon

Q&A with style creator, Erika
Hairstylist @ Magnum Opus Salon in Portland, OR


How would you describe this look?

Glamorous practicality! The brighter bang and face frame add a halo of sass, while the one-length lob gives her hair a thicker appearance. Styling is simpler because this look can be smoothed or curled without taking a ton of time. The length is also long enough to pull back for those early morning workouts!

My favorite part would have to be the bangs. They can be so versatile and change the entire feel of the haircut depending on how they’re styled. I believe there’s no right or wrong in styling your bangs. Just have fun!

Any advice for someone considering it?

When it comes the lob cut, why not? It’s easily pulled back into a ponytail, decreases blow dry and styling time, and looks good on almost everyone. My favorite texture of hair for this look would have to be straight or wavy with a fine to medium density. The cut creates fullness without being too heavy, and with the right texturizing products, it can be transformed into a sexy beach wave style. I love Oribe’s Dry Texture spray!

If you’re looking to keep your style low maintenance, I suggest keeping the bangs longer and side-swept. If you like something a bit more statement-making, then the straight-across bangs are great. Bangs have come a long way from your elementary school DIY bang days! Make sure to do some research when deciding which style of bangs you would prefer.

Life Hack – Wet and blow dry only your bangs on day two hair to refresh your entire look in only a few minutes!

Bettie Bangs and Shaggy Layers

Cool bettie bangs with shaggy layersInstagram @amyhairspray

Q&A with style creator, Amy Schaming
Hairstylist & Make-up Artist @ Metropolis Salon & Dry Bar in Columbia, SC


How would you describe this look?

I love the contrast between the Bettie Bang and the shaggy layers in this lob. The bangs are my favorite. I used neck trimmers to cut them to make them crisp and blunt.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This cut is easier to style than you may think. The only part that needs to be blow dried is the bang! Air dry the rest of the hair with something like R+Co’s Wave Spray to encourage beachy texture, then refine a few pieces with a curling iron if needed for more separation.

Bronde Shag

A trendy bronde colored shag with bangsInstagram @accomando

Q&A with style creator, Lindsay Accomando
Hair Artist / Owner @ Accomando Hair in Roanoke, VA


How would you describe this look?

Not only is this look timeless (think Brigitte Bardot), but it can be worn straight or wavy. My model has “swavy” (slightly wavy) hair, so if she isn’t in the mood to blow dry it, she can totally rock her natural beachy texture. Thank goodness the shag trend is back!

Any advice for someone considering it?

I decided to dry cut her hair first so I could utilize her natural texture and snip the dry ends before applying any lightener. I then applied teasy lights in the Mohawk section with Pulp Riot Blonde AF + 10 volume and Brazilian Bond Builder. I balayaged the sides and a few pieces in the back with Paul Mitchell Skylights w/ 25 volume, and finished with 30 volume + Brazilian Bond Builder. I used plastic wrap for separation and to keep the product wet for extra lift. She processed for about 20 minutes.

We then shampooed, towel dried, and applied a root smudge w/ 10grams of 7.18 with double Keune Semi Activator, 13grams of 10.7 + 2 grams 9.1 + 2 grams of Grey + 3 grams of Clear with double Keune Semi Activator before processing for another 20 minutes. The second formula after the root smudge was applied to the mid-shaft to ends.

Next, we shampooed, conditioned, towel dried, over-directed her face frame, and shaped things up with a feather razor. I applied IGK Call Time for thermal protection and IGK Trust Fund for volume, then I round brushed with my favorite Olivia Garden Ceramic + Ion Brushes.

This hairstyle is great for wavy, curly or straight hair. You can rock it in its natural state or give yourself a voluminous blowout. If someone is considering bangs, they definitely need to know how high maintenance they can be. I recommend this style for more of an oval shaped face, but you can adjust it accordingly to better suit other shapes.

Everyday Edgy with Blunt Bangs

An everyday and edgy cut with blunt bangsInstagram @samanthaaa737

Q&A with style creator, Samantha Hamilton
Master Stylist @ Pure Rituals Salon in Buchanan, MI


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as everyday edgy. The full bangs and blunt cut add a sense of edge, yet it is wearable for every day.

Precise color placement highlights specific facial features, and that’s what I love about balayage. It’s truly amazing and makes it personalized for each guest!

Any advice for someone considering it?

If a guest is considering this look, I suggest finding which length of cut and bangs would work best for them. Think of what features they want to draw attention to. I think a collarbone length bob is flattering on most women, while bangs can really shape your face. Whether you choose a heavy bang or a wispy bang, make sure to discuss which shape of bangs would most flatter you with your stylist.

Once you’ve established the cut, then you can decide which color would best suit the cut. Cut and color should always complement each other. Balayage is a great technique to complement almost any cut because your stylist can place color to accent points of the cut.

Styling comes easy with this cut. You can add a cute topknot for a quick look while the bangs keep it classy. My favorite is adding some texture to the hair with loose waves. Try styling with a 1 1/4-inch barrel iron, alternating directions of the curls. Finish with a dry shampoo to add texture for an airy, lived-in look. Spray with a light hold hairspray and you are all set!

Collarbone Length Bob with Blunt Fringe

A super cool Collarbone Length Bob with Blunt FringeInstagram @kaitlinjhair

Q&A with style creator, Kaitlin Jorgenson
Stylist @ Scott J. Aveda Salon in Brooklyn Heights, NY


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as collarbone length lob with a blunt fringe or baby bangs. Her haircut is slightly angled from the back to the front which helps the hair fall well over her shoulders.

I love this look for so many of my guests because of the versatility it has. My guest in the photo has wavy that air drys well, but she also likes to add curl or straighten it on occasion. This haircut works well for all of those looks. I added some light layering for movement through the haircut so that no matter what look she chooses, it will be easy to style and effortless to wear.

Another great thing about this style is how with small tweaks, it can be customized for many face shapes and hair types. Your stylist could add more of an angle through the length, you could adjust the fringe to be shorter or longer, or maybe add more texture for less of a blunt effect. These short baby bangs work great for someone with an oval face and could be kept longer for more of a long face.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I have so many guests interested in a fringe this season and it’s the perfect time to take the plunge! With the addition of a fringe to your new look, sometimes blow drying that area of your hair to smooth out any growth patterns or textures is necessary, and you want to keep your hair protected and healthy!

To achieve this look, I styled her with Aveda Smooth Infusion Style Prep Smoother. It’s a perfect lightweight leave-in styling product with wheat protein for heat protection, and it also contains aloe, maize, and tapioca for a smooth, shiny result with up to 12 hours of humidity defense!

To create a wavier finish, I love to spray damp hair with Aveda’s Texture Tonic, blow dry, then take large sections wrap them loosely around a curling iron or wand for a natural wavy look.

If you want this look but have wavy or curly hair, you’re in luck! This can be a great low maintenance cut for you also. Depending on how curly your hair is, your stylist may choose to add more layering so you avoid the dreaded triangle look, and maybe leave your fringe a little longer. Style with Be Curly Style Prep and air dry or diffuse for your new favorite look!

Face Framing Bangs

Stunning face-framing bangs for women with glassesInstagram @lc.hair_

Q&A with style creator, Lauren Curulli
Senior Stylist @ LC Hair in Perth, Western Australia


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This style is very on trend at the moment. It is great for those clients who are wanting a sexy textured style with some soft bangs to really change up their look!

My favorite thing about this style is the face framing. It gives you a pop of lightness with very little maintenance.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To recreate this look, I recommend spraying Wella Professional’s Sugar Lift onto the root and mid-length area to give some extra body at the roots, followed by a pump of Wella Professional’s Flow Form to help prevent any frizziness, but also protect the hair from any damage caused by heat styling.

Create waves and texture using your desired hot tool, shake the hair out with hands or a wide tooth comb and spray some Ocean Spritz to give your waves hold and definition.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This style is flattering for most people as you can change the length of your bangs according to what you’re wanting to highlight. For example, if you’re wanting to enhance your eyes, cut your bangs just below eyebrow level. If you’re wanting to enhance your cheekbones, ask your stylist to cut your bangs around cheek level.

This look can also be worn straight or wavy. This style is so great because there are so many options to suit anyone!

Glowing Blowout with Long Layered Bangs

Gorgeous long layered bangsInstagram @sainasarafian

Q&A with style creator, Saina Sarafian
Stylist & Hair Extension Specialist @ Medulla & Co. in Toronto, ON


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a nice healthy blowout. It’s very effortless and wearable for any occasion, any time of the day. It’s definitely a look you can wear throughout the week, from the office to going out for dinner with some girlfriends.

My favorite thing about it would have to be the body and shine because it gives the hair a healthy glow and finish.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

To create this look, I used TO 112 Hair Cream on damp hair. This is a beautiful blowout cream as it really fights away the frizz. I finished the blowout and sealed the cuticles with the TO112 Hair Serum. A nice tip is to add a drop of serum from mid-length to ends every other day to keep your hair from looking dry.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This is a very versatile look that suits almost everyone. I do this cut on my clients who have wavy/curly hair. You can’t tell from the picture, but it’s actually disconnected. When you have a client who likes to wear their natural hair, the cut is extremely important. This cut ensures you DON’T get that triangle shape!

This is also a beautiful cut for clients who like a lot of layers and volume. This suits face shapes such as oval, square, round or heart!

Naturally Curly Bangs

Awesome naturally curly bangs for black women

Add eyebrow-grazing bangs to a long curly bob and you’ll really draw attention to your gorgeous eyes and cheekbones.

How to Style:

  1. Starting with dripping wet hair, apply a curl-enhancing crème and gel.
  2. Following your natural curl pattern, twist curls in alternating directions.
  3. Defuse hair on low/medium until hair is 80% dry.
  4. Allow hair to air dry until completely dry.
  5. Gently break up twists with fingers and fluff hair as desired.
  6. Scrunch a small amount of Argan oil into ends.
  7. Finish with a shine-enhancing hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To prep curls for a frizz-free look, try Aveda’s Be Curly shampoo and conditioner.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for oval, triangle, oblong, and heart face shapes and those with naturally curly hair.

Textured Fringe

A beautiful textured cut with fringe

Straight across bangs can look severe if they are cut too bluntly. To create a softer and airier look, have your stylist texturize the ends.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel dried hair with a volume mousse.
  2. Spritz roots with a root boost.
  3. Blow dry hair using fingers. Flip upside down for more volume.
  4. Blow-dry bangs using a small flat paddle brush.
  5. Using a curling wand, wrap hair around wand away from the face.
  6. Remove hair from wand and allow curls to cool.
  7. Spritz hair with a flexible hold hairspray and finger comb through curls.

Product Recommendation:

To create volume and lift, try Aveda’s Phomoillent.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Classic Blow Dry

Classic blow dry bangs

For a timeless look, try a layered medium length hairstyle with long bangs and face framing layers.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel dried hair with a blow dry lotion and a root booster.
  2. Section hair into five sections (top, both sides, back top, and back bottom).
  3. Blow dry bangs using a flat paddle brush.
  4. Starting with a side section, blow dry hair using a medium-sized round brush. Flip ends out while drying.
  5. Continue drying hair until all sections are finished.
  6. Apply a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  7. Finish style with a flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For a flawless blow dry in half the time, try Aveda’s Style Prep Smoother.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Heavy Side-Swept Fringe

Outstanding heavy side-swept fringe

A thick side-swept bang paired with a medium length bob gently contours the cheekbones and adds definition to the jawbone.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel-dried hair with your favorite mousse.
  2. Add a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  3. Blow dry hair using a Denman brush.
  4. Wrap hair around the head as you are drying to create bend on the ends.
  5. Quickly flat iron hair and bend ends under.
  6. Flat iron bangs forward and to the side.
  7. Finish style with a flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Moroccan Oil’s Original Treatment to add shine and nourish your locks.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Long Bangs

Glamours long bangs

Having a hard time committing to bangs? Try long bangs paired with a trendy medium length layered hairstyle.

How to Style:

  1.  Prep blow dried hair with a thermal heat protectant.
  2. Create a side part.
  3. Using a curling wand or one-inch curling iron, curl hair away from face.
  4. Allow curls to cool, then use a wide-toothed comb to lightly backcomb ends.
  5. Using a styling wax, rub a small amount into roots in the bang area.
  6. Pull bangs up and hairspray roots
  7. Mist rest of hair with hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To add lift and definition to bang area, try Aveda’s Control Paste.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Long Blended Bangs

Marvelous long blended bangs

Add drama and flair to your mid-length bob with cheekbone grazing bangs that blend seamlessly into the rest of your hair.

How to Style:

  1. Apply a styling crème to towel dried hair.
  2. Blow dry hair using a medium-sized round brush.
  3. Blow dry bangs forward and to the opposite side using a small/medium-sized round brush.
  4. Apply a texturizing crème to ends.
  5. Finish style with a soft hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Onesta’s Style Prep Smoother for a sleek blow dry. It can also double as a texturizing crème on dry hair.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Tousled Waves and Bangs

The Nicest Tousled Wavy Hairstyle with Bangs

Sometimes it can be hard to decide how to style bangs when wearing a tousled, wavy look. The simple solution? Add a little texture and wave to your bangs for a well-blended look.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel-dried hair with a volume mousse and texturizing sea salt spray.
  2. Twist varying sized sections and diffuse on low/medium.
  3. Using a curling wand or one-inch curling iron, wrap hair around the iron vertically.
  4. Remove hair from iron and allow hair to cool.
  5. Spritz hair with texturizing spray and scrunch to the desired look.
  6. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To create a beachy look with natural volume, try Aveda’s Volumizing Tonic.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work on all face shapes and those with straight to wavy hair textures.

Angled Bangs With Layers

Fantastic angled bangs with layers

Frame your face with angled bangs and light long layers.

How to Style:

  1. Apply a styling mousse to towel dried hair.
  2. Blow dry hangs using a flat paddle brush.
  3. Dry rest of hair using fingers or a large flat paddle brush.
  4. Using a one-inch curling iron, curl ends vertically in small to medium-sized sections.
  5. Scrunch in a texturizing crème.
  6. Lightly finger comb through curls and finish the style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For texture and definition, try Aveda’s Light Elements Defining Whip.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and straight to wavy hair types.

Whimsical Full Fringe Half Updo

Impressive full fringe with a half updo

Wearing a full fringe with an upstyle adds a hint of whimsy and adds framing to the face.

How to Style:

  1. Apply your favorite styling product to towel dried hair.
  2. Blow-dry bangs using a flat paddle brush.
  3. Blow dry rest of hair using fingers or paddle brush.
  4. Backcomb crown area.
  5. Pull top and sides back into a half up style.
  6. Pull all of hair into a low ponytail.
  7. Using a curling wand, curl various sections of hair.
  8. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Aveda’s Air Control for a natural satin finish with light to medium hold.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Bright Orange Baby Bangs

Attractive bright orange baby bangs

For a super edgy look, add baby bangs to a medium length bob.

How to Style:

  1. Prep hair with a blow dry lotion.
  2. Blow dry hair using a flat paddle brush.
  3. Flatiron hair as desired and apply a texturizing paste to ends and bangs
  4. Finish style with a light mist of flexible hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To create texture and definition, try Aveda’s Light Element Defining Whip.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for oval, triangle, and heart face shapes and those with straight to wavy hair types.

Angled Side Bangs

Super cool angled side bangs

Try adding angled side bangs into a medium to long bob to help draw attention to your fabulous cheekbones!

How to Style:

  1. Apply a styling crème to towel dried hair.
  2. Blow dry hair using a flat paddle brush.
  3. Flat iron bangs towards face and curl ends under.
  4. Flat iron rest of hair and flip ends out.
  5. Apply a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  6. Finish style with a small amount of hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

For thicker hair types, try Aveda’s Brilliant Universal Styling Crème.

Face Shape and Hair Type::

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Curls and Piecey Bangs

Awesome curls with piecey bangs

Create a cohesive style by adding texture to your bangs when wearing a curled hairstyle.

How to Style:

  1. Prep freshly blow dried hair with a heat protectant.
  2. Flat iron bangs forward and bend ends under.
  3. Using a 1 to 1¼-inch curling iron, curl hair vertically working in medium-sized sections.
  4. Allow curls to cool.
  5. Scrunch a small amount of Argan oil and texturizing paste into ends.
  6. Run left over product through bangs.
  7. Finger comb through ends.
  8. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try Hanz De Fuko’s Quicksand for weightless volume with tons of definition.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Bangs and a Middle Part

Elegant bangs with a middle part

Don’t shy way from a middle part if you have medium length hair and bangs! A middle part can refresh your style make you feel like you have an all-new look.

How to Style:

  1. Apply a styling crème and heat protectant to towel dried hair.
  2. Section hair into five sections (top, both sides, top back, and back bottom).
  3. Round brush hair using a medium-sized round brush.
  4. Continue working until all hair is dry.
  5. Create middle part.
  6. Using a flat iron (or one-inch curling iron), smooth hair and curl ends vertically.
  7. Curl face framing layers away from face.
  8. Apply a small amount of Argan oil to ends.
  9. Finish style with a light hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To protect your strands from damaging heat styling, try Aveda’s Damage Control.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and hair types.

Piecey Layers

The prettiest piecey layers with long swept bangs

Add fullness and volume to your layers by flipping the ends out and creating a defined bang layer.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel dried hair with a volume mousse and a light hold gel.
  2. Blow dry hair using a medium-sized round brush.
  3. Using a flat iron, flip ends out.
  4. Flat iron bangs forward and flip bangs out.
  5. Apply a small amount of styling paste to ends and run a small amount to define bangs.
  6. Finish style with a medium hold hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

To create defined ends without weighing hair down, try Aveda’s Light Elements Defining Whip.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and straight to wavy hair types.

Wispy Bangs and Textured Layers

Perfect wispy bangs and textured layers

Bangs can sometimes be challenging for a thinner hair type. Try thin, straight across bangs paired with well blended texturized layers for a style with tons of volume.

How to Style:

  1. Prep towel-dried hair with a volume mousse and light hold gel.
  2. Blow dry hair upside down using fingers or a flat paddle brush.
  3. Blow dry bangs using a medium-sized round brush.
  4. Spritz roots with a volumizing dry shampoo.
  5. Apply a texturizing paste to ends.
  6. Fluff hair and style as desired.
  7. Finish style with a volume hairspray.

Product Recommendation:

Try cocktailing Aveda’s Confixor Gel with a volume mousse to create long-lasting lift without the crunchiness.

Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style will work for all face shapes and thinner hair types.