44 Trendy Long Curtain Bangs to See Before Deciding

Cindy Marcus
Cindy Marcus Hairstylist, Editor-in-Chief

Long curtain bangs are a middle-parted fringe that grazes the cheekbones. They frame the face and give any haircut softness. Plus, they’re low-commitment and easier to grow out.

Before your next hair appointment, check out these photos of the best ways to get long curtain bangs right now.

Long Curtain Fringe for Fine Hair
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#1: Long for Fine Hair

Bringing the element of bangs to fine hair can be a great tool for adding body to the style. Depending on the style, a long curtain fringe can also frame the face. This is a great style for long hair, wanting some movement without a big fringe maintenance.

Gorgeous Long Butterfly Cut Paired with Long Curtain Bangs
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#2: Gorgeous Long Butterfly Cut

Hairstylist’s number one rule for curtain bangs is to start with long hair versus short hair. That way, the stylist can establish the best length for your face shape. This length can complement and highlight your features.

Long Curtain Fringe with Internal Layering
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#3: Internal Layering

Inquire about adding internal layering. The layers are seamless and airy. These layers blend well, integrating the fringe into your overall style. If you prefer, you can go longer or shorter with the layers. You’ll want to tailor the length of the layers based on what fits your hair texture.

#4: Rounded Short Bob

When you choose a curtain fringe, try to soften and round your hair to match the style.

#5: Darker Toned Fringe

A darker-toned fringe is an attractive style. The veiled face will give you a mysterious vibe. Ask for your curtain fringe to be cut at the bridge of your nose and angled towards the lip. The rest of the hair can contain minimal layering. Blow dry your fringe down with just the ends flitting backward. Have your stylist tone your blonde with an all-over sealer for the perfect blend.

Cute Short Bob with Long Curtain Bangs
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#6: Cute Short Bob with Long Curtain Bangs

Try this cute short bob with long curtain bangs. This hairdo adds an air of elegance, while the long bangs frame your face perfectly. To get this cut, ask your stylist to cut your hair into a neat bob that sits just above your shoulders. Then ask for long, sweeping curtain bangs that part in the middle and fall on either side of your face.

Stunning Collarbone-Length Layered Cut Blended with Long Curtain Bangs
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#7: Stunning Collarbone-Length Layered Cut Blended with Long Curtain Bangs

This collarbone-length layered cut is perfect for framing your face. You’ll love how the long curtain bangs blend seamlessly with the layers, creating a soft, elegant look.

#8: Bright Creamy Blonde Blowout

Try a bright, creamy blonde blowout. If you need a style with a lot of body, ask for a blowout with big shapely curls. This can be achieved with round brushes that are heated up with the blowdryer. Then hit your hair with a cool shot to lock in the style. After each section, the stylist can clip the section in a pinned curl until finished. This way, it has a longer time to set the style. Finish with O&M Queenie Firm Hold Hair Spray for an all-day hold.

#9: Naturally Salt-and-Pepper Medium Haircut

A layered cut is the perfect look if you’re embracing your natural blend of gray. It will allow you to stay stylish. This cut pairs nicely with all face shapes. It works best for those with thicker hair textures and gives a classic style that will stay updated for a while. To keep your curtain bangs in place, use a strong hold hairspray. Try Oribe Superfine Hairspray, and brush them into place after they are dry.

Classic Long Round Layers and Long Curtain Bangs
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#10: Classic Long Round Layers

If you’re interested in getting classic long-rounded layers, add curtain bangs. They seamlessly blend with your hair length and texture. A layered look gives the appearance of thicker locks while allowing for flexibility. This is so you can spend less time styling. You need to use a large barrel curling iron or curling flat iron with texturizing products to get this look!

Long Curtain Bangs with Seamless Layers and Balayage
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#11: Seamless Layers and Balayage

Long seamless layers and balayage is the spot on combo this year. One of the easiest ways to style it is with a wand twisting away from your face. Pay attention to the curtain bangs though. If not long enough, your best bet is to use a round brush and a dryer to style.

Dimensional Highlights with Long Curtain Bangs
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#12: Dimensional Highlights with Curtain Bangs

If you’re looking for a more feathered bang, it’s helpful to layer your client’s fringe. In addition, the best way to stack and add volume is to texturize their ends with a razor or thinning shears. Both help to remove weight. If your client has thinner hair, pull a thicker section out to get the fuller effect. Be mindful of your client’s weight line in the front and not to cut into it if it’s thin.

#13: Blonde Feathered Fringe

The best way to hide a bigger forehead is to add angled bangs. The short to long shaping allows you to switch up you part while still covering you forehead. To avoid flatness, try round brushing your bangs. Pull your hair away from the scalp.

Sultry Long Curtain Fringe for Fine Hair
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#14: Sultry Fringe for Fine Hair

Fine hair has its pickings of styles, one of which is a sultry fringe. It helps to own a variety of tools and products. A round brush, blow dryer, velcro rollers, clips, and heat protection spray, can help to style. You must consider the level of effort to help evolve this style over the course of wear.

Short Fluffy Blonde Hair with Long Curtain Fringe
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#15: Short Fluffy Blonde Hair

Frame your short, fluffy, blonde hair with fringe. My personal opinion is that curtain bangs can complement any face shape. If you would like your bangs to flair out, an important thing to remember is you will need texture. Use a round brush to style your fringe and give it a beautiful, feathery effect.

Extra Long Curtain Bangs
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#16: Extra Long Curtain Bangs

Consider extra long curtain bangs if you’re in between lengths. Wondering if you should keep them short or grow them out is never easy. I’d opt for the style that allows me to wear it the usual way or both up and down.

Long Curled Curtain Fringe
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#17: Long Curled Curtain Fringe

A long curled curtain fringe exudes sophistication. One of the best ways to add some excitement to your haircut is by adding a bang. I like my clients to tip-toe into bangs with a long curtain fringe or a side bang. The curtain fringe will add shape and show off cheekbones and eyes. Be prepared to style your bangs every day. You’ll want to have your stylist do a run-through with you before leaving the salon.

Modern Shaggy Lob with Long Curtain Fringe
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#18: Modern Shaggy Lob with Curtain Fringe

Interested in a modern shaggy lob, but can’t decide if it would look good on you? If you don’t try it now you will never know when to seek out new styles. The solution is to grab all of your inspiration and collaborate with a stylist – what would be the best fit for you? Elements like face shape, texture, and density add up to factors that your stylist can help with. They may recommend other styles like curtain fringe to compliment your look.

Stunning Long Curtain Bangs with Layers
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#19: Stunning Long Curtain Bangs with Layers

Try long curtain bangs combined with layers for a laid-back, effortless style. If you can add soft curls or waves, it will bring out body and texture within your haircut. When it comes to curtain bangs, ask your stylist if they offer bang trims to keep those pieces looking fresh without getting a full haircut.

Beautiful Long Curtain Bangs on Long Hair
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#20: Beautiful Long Curtain Bangs on Long Hair

Long curtain bangs pair well with long hair when using a razor to create texture. Babylights add the perfect amount of dimension to break up the dark base while keeping it all looking natural.

#21: Gorgeous Long Curtain Bangs on Mid-Length Hair

The long curtain bangs sit beautifully on mid-length hair bringing that 70s vibe. Reaching the cheekbones and softly curving out the bangs suit every face. If your hair is very soft and sleek put texturizing powder to style and then spray with hairspray.

#22: Sweeping Long-Feathered Curtain Bangs

Long feathered curtain bangs are a gorgeous and unique addition to any haircut. Soft curtain fringe is very universal, low-maintenance, and suits any face shape while enhancing your best features. Longer, sweeping bangs can narrow a broad face shape.

Long shag cut with curtain bangs
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#23: Long Shag Cut with Curtain Bangs and Highlights

Try a long shag cut with curtain bangs if you are looking to modernize your long hair. It gives a rocker vibe, which she thinks is what is becoming more trendy. To style, blow-dry the curtain bangs backward with a round brush for a pretty brushed-back finish. Don’t have boring hair, a shag with curtain bangs will work on any hair type and bring in that extra style.

Long shaggy curtain bangs
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#24: Shoulder-Grazing Long Shaggy Curtain Bangs

Long shaggy curtain bangs are a great choice to soften any face shape. They can be cut from nose to lip as a starting point, and look great styled slightly away from the face. Another advantage is the soft tendrils they create around your face when your hair is put up.

#25: Bronde Layered Curtain Fringe

Curtain fringe is one of the most versatile styles that exists currently, not only in the sense of color but for cuts as well. A curtain bang is best for ladies trying to soften their rectangular faces because it’s designed to be longer. It can also work as a great transition from a fringe, into a heavily layered haircut.

#26: Blended Long Curtain Bangs

Ask for a blended curtain bang on your long hair. It helps to follow your face shape when creating your overall cut and face framing. Aim for areas you want to highlight when creating a curtain bang. For example, your eyes, hugging the cheekbones, or hollowing your jaw.

#27: Chic Long Hair with a Middle Part and Curtain Bangs

Long hair with a middle part is well-suited for women who already have long hair. It makes a full transformation without having to commit to shorter hair and a long-term commitment to maintaining the bangs.

#28: Longer Curtain Bangs for Women Over 50

Longer curtain bangs for women over 50 really highlight your best facial features. With the deep inverted V bangs in the center, the sides kick out around the eyes and cheekbones. Use a 1/2 – 1 inch round brush rolling back to get the feathering sweep lifting away from the face to open it up.

Alluring Long Curtain fringe on a long bob
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#29: Alluring Curtain Fringe on a Long Bob

Curtain fringe on a long bob allows for a softer look. It can vary in length. Shorter bangs in the center with long, tapered, and wispy ends can create a flawless blend.

Related: Best ways to pair curtain bangs with a long bob.

#30: Mature Long Curtain Bangs for Older Women

Long curtain bangs for older women are a smart choice. They tend to add a youthful look by making your face appear slimmer. They has face-framing layers that look lovely styled curly or straight and have easy hair growth maintenance.

Long layered hair with long curtain bangs
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#31: Long Layered Hair with a Long Bottleneck Fringe

Long layered hair with curtain bangs offers a soft-looking style, especially with waves. It’s the best choice to soften a square face shape. The style gives the tresses more movement and body. Women with thin locks are sure to love it!

Related: See more bottleneck bangs styles.

Long curtain bangs for long hair
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#32: Curtain Bangs with Long Hair and Beach Waves

When you pair light curtain bangs with long hair, it easily adds volume around the face. For longer faces, ask for lighter curtain bangs to get instant movement. Women don’t always have to cut all their hair off to add volume. Curtain fringe is a great option to give you a different style without committing to too much change.

#33: Trendy Long Wavy Hair with Cheek-Grazing Fringe

Trendy long wavy hair looks suitable for any face shape—thanks to the face-framing fringe. These curtain bangs on long wavy hair are the perfect way to change a hairstyle. They’re fully customizable and can change your look dramatically. Surprisingly, they’re low-maintenance, too!

Long layers with curtain bangs
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#34: Copper Red Long Layers with Curtain Bangs

Long layers with curtain bangs are a great option for women wanting to add lots of movement throughout their hair. The long curtain bangs add layers and face-framing. They draw attention and interest towards the face while being able to keep the longer length. Opt for a copper hair color for maximum chicness.

Sexy long curtain bangs on very long hair
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#35: Curtain Fringe on Very Long Hair

A curtain fringe on very long hair is a soft look for women. This helps add volume and sometimes adds more fullness in front of the face, creating an instant facelift. To style your bangs, clip them together and spray with Evo’s She-Bang-A-Bang. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes before removing the clip.

#36: Long Coily Bangs for Curly Hair

Long curtain bangs are absolutely stunning on curly hair. Creating tendrils that fall around the upper face is enough to add balance to curly hair that flows with the layers. Ask your stylist to dry cut your bangs because the amount of bounce your curl will jump could be too much.

#37: Before and After Makeover

Long curtain bangs are sure to create a stunning before and after makeover. This doesn’t need to be a drastic change. It just needs an adjustment to the length and shape with the help of curtain bangs, which will add some much-needed life to your hair.

Long and wispy curtain bangs for long hair
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#38: Face-Framing Wispy Curtain Bangs

Wispy bangs are versatile, and they suit any length and style. They accentuate eyes and cheekbones, too. These wispy curtain bangs with long hair frame a square face shape.

#39: Gorgeous Fringe on Long Straight Hair

A gorgeous curtain fringe on long straight hair adds movement and drama to the style. These curtain bangs with long straight hair can frame the face. They accentuate the cheekbones, giving the face a softer result.

Long curtain bangs for straight hair
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#40: Gorgeous Curtain Fringe with Straight Hair

A gorgeous curtain fringe with straight hair creates an easy-to-style trend. One lady who wears it can play with some waves and curls to amp it up. For those who have a sharp jawline, this is a must-try. The long length covers the jaw area, while the bangs soften the face shape.

#41: Sultry Fringe with a Balayage

The long curtain fringe with a balayage is great for framing most face shapes. Its cut allows for a ton of movement and that picturesque “ponytail” fringe that’s very on-trend.

Modern Long curtain bangs for shoulder-length hair
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#42: Modern Long Curtain Bangs on Shoulder-Length Hair

Long curtain bangs for shoulder-length hair make a lived-in, shaggy style for ladies. It’s perfect on a naturally curly or wavy texture. This haircut was done by using a circular perimeter around the hairline. It created the movement, which framed the face.

Long thin curtain bangs
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#43: Long and Thin Curtain Bangs

Long thin curtain bangs are great for framing the face. They even look amazing for the cheekbones! Don’t use too much product in the fringe area as it’s the part of your hair that gets oily first. A little while after drying it, it will soften naturally with texture.

#44: Long Chocolate Brown Hair with Curtain Fringe

Long chocolate brown hair with curtain fringe gives locs a level of definition no matter how the person chooses to wear it. Hairstyles with long curtain bangs are very versatile. From half up, to fully draped, or twist up off the neckline – this style breathes a sultry air of effortless beauty.