Revitalize Your Look With One of These 34 Short Bangs

Short bangs are a great way to get an edgier look and draw more attention to your eyes. Ready for a new look, but don’t want to touch your length or change your hair color? Bangs may just be a little part of a hairstyle, but they definitely make a noticeable change!

Here are the best short baby bangs hairstyles and haircuts for your inspiration:

Super Short Bangs

Super Short Bangs
Instagram @emmabrunohair

Baby bangs are surely the trendiest this season, as people are discovering the many ways on how to style a short fringe. Perfectly suitable for oval faces and any haircut as long as you’re confident enough to make a unique statement.

Short Bangs for a Round Face

Short bangs for a round face
Instagram @sakurasami_

This edgy short haircut complemented by those choppy short baby bangs look absolutely perfect on short and round faces. Though this ashy grey color needs high upkeep, the cut makes this whole look easier to maintain and style.

Curly Bob with Short Bangs

Curly bob with short bangs
Instagram @lookofgnar

Curly short bangs are always an oh-so-chic look that makes everyone wanna own natural curls. Heavily textured bobs are ideal for long faces to give the illusion of width.

Rockabilly Short Bangs

Rockabilly short bangs
Instagram @kilimarie

Rocking this fine short Bettie Bangs would be the coolest thing you’ll do especially if you have a round face. The rest of your hair is also important to complete the look – a simple straight bob would do for this modern style.

Fun Shaggy Hair with Short Bangs

Fun Shaggy Hair with Short Bangs
Instagram @annelisahair

There are so many different shapes and densities of short bangs that could be combined with any number of styles! These are just a handful of options — the possibilities are endless. Have fun mixing, matching, and creating your own look!

Q&A with style creator, Annelisa Vanlenten
Colorist / Stylist @ Salon Trace in Delray Beach, FL

How would you describe this look?

This look is sassy, fun, and effortless. I love a blunt bob because it gives thickness and volume to finer hair, and by adding a fun fringe it can dress up any look!

I love making fashion colors look almost natural, and pink is a great color for low maintenance because it fades out beautifully! This curl you see was actually achieved by a beach waver! So much faster and more natural looking, texture is everything! Especially for summer!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Bangs are a commitment! You need to know you might have to style them every day and yes that includes blow drying them.

If you have a bigger forehead I recommend more tousled bangs to create softness around the face, and for the smaller forehead, I recommend cute baby bangs or more defined bangs so they don’t take over your face and overall look!

If you’re thinking of a fashion color but a bit scared to go to the color side, I say try a pastel! Pastel colors are soft and fade oh so beautifully!

Inverted Bob with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Angela
Hairstylist @ Cherry Bomb Hair in Melbourne, AU

How would you describe this look?

This hairstyle is an angled bob with a straight blunt short fringe. This look is ideal for people who like to make a statement with their hair.

A straight fringe is also great to bring out the angles in your face, as it defines your  jawline and cheekbones.

They can frame your face perfectly, and if you are after a change of face shape they are the best to go for.

I am in love with this amazing dark blue color. This was a combination between shocking blue and raven from the color range Manic Panic. Using two colors in the mix will give you that dimension, and it can change shades depending on the lighting!

Any advice for someone considering it?

For upkeep at home I would suggest to blow dry it straight with the products that you like the best for your hair type. If you have finer hair, use a booster/thickening spray,  and if you have unruly hair you can use a smoothing lotion or a spray.

After the blowdry you can use a flat iron to smooth the ends and tuck them in a bit. Use low heat for color safety and always use a heat protection spray if you use your iron.  You can easily take 3 days out of this styling. This is great for people who have early starts and have minimal hair time in the morning.

To keep your color up to date and have minimal fading, the best advise is to use minimal shampoo! Wash your hair once a week and in between you can just rinse it or use a dry shampoo. With vivid coloring it is always the best to aim a shade darker than your desired color, as it wash out a lot at first shampoo. This is especially important for all the popular pastel shades at the moment.

Stacked Bob with Short Bangs

Stacked bob with short bangs
Instagram @boybeautician

Q&A with style creator, Isaiah Rodriguez
Stylist @ Salon Ink in San Diego, CA

How would you describe this look?

It’s a very chic and classic look but can be played up as a little edgy with some styling if you’d like, and I think that is definitely my favorite part about it.

Any advice for someone considering it?

You should be prepared to style. These short bangs are definitely not for someone who is low maintenance, and it is hard to achieve this look if you naturally have very coarse hair.

Pixie with Short Bangs

Pixie cut with short bangs
Instagram @garynovit

Q&A with style creator, Gary Novit
Senior Stylist @ Sassoon Chicago Salon in Chicago, IL

How would you describe this look?

This short, tousled cut with short baby bangs is modern, feminine, and so easy to style. I particularly like the graduated, rounded shape with the short chunky bangs. It is a flattering look for any face shape because of its extra volume, and the bangs don’t completely cover the forehead.

Any advice for someone considering it?

For someone with an active lifestyle who’s considering growing out a shorter cropped cut, or conversely, for someone considering cutting their hair shorter, this is a perfect choice for an easy to manage look.

It’s suitable for both curly or straighter hair. On curly hair, apply a curl cream and let it air dry naturally or diffuse dry. On straighter hair, tousle dry and use a pomade or paste for texture.

Short Hair with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Michelle Yan
Stylist @ Volume Salons in Edmonton, AB

How would you describe this look?

What’s bolder than Bettie bangs (aka short baby bangs) and silver locks? We kept the bob textured with a very subtle angle at the front to frame her face and transformed her color into the most beautiful icy silver.

My absolute favorite thing about this hairstyle has to be how unique and edgy it is. It takes true confidence and style to rock something so fashion forward, she’ll definitely keep heads turning

Any advice for someone considering it?

Styling is a must for this hairstyle which is easy but necessary! An effective heat protectant goes a long way as the fringe and ends should be flat ironed in the morning. Followed by a texture spray to lift the hair by the root and finished with a hair oil for the beautiful shine!

Things to consider before committing to this style would be the length of the fringe – Bettie bangs are short. They are very fashion forward but only suitable for those who have a small forehead or for those who don’t mind having their fringe above their brows.

The other biggest thing would be the maintenance of the color. Silver is still one of the biggest trends in the world – beautiful, desired, and elegant but it doesn’t come easy. Lifting the hair light enough to achieve silver is a task in itself. There are also some at home hair care to keep in mind, as silver is one of the fastest colors to fade.

For example, keeping up with a pigmented purple shampoo as well as limiting the number of times you wash your hair a week are little tips to keep the color more long-lasting.

Vintage Bob with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Sarah Rivers
Hairstylist @ Redbloom Salon in Calgary, AB

How would you describe this look?

This look is a vintage take on a modern bob with short bangs, inspired from Hollywood’s golden age. I love the shorter fringe, as well as the 30/40’s feel about it.

Any advice for someone considering it?

If you’re considering going shorter or wanting a shorter fringe, styling is key! I would recommend using a flat iron for a smoother look, as well as blow-drying with a paddle brush, back and forth to really get the hair straight!

If you have natural waves or curls, enhance it with a diffuser or adding in a curl enhancing product.

With the classic “bob” haircut you can have different variations of length. If you’re wanting to put your hair up after the gym or at work I would recommend having the bottom of the cut sit at about shoulder length or longer. Layers can also come to play as well, just make sure they’re not too short!

My go-to products for this slick look is Aveda’s smooth infusion line. These two products have plant-derived fibers that attach to the hair, which helps the hair have a longer smoother style while fighting off frizz! (style prep smoother, glossing straightener) 1) apply the style prep first 2) add in the glossing straightener then blow dry!

Rose Gold Long Hair with Short Bangs

Picture of a short rocker with short bangs
Instagram @littlehair22

Q&A with style creator, Anastasia Mercado
Balayage & Color Specialist @ Hairllucination in Los Angeles, CA

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a soft rocker. I love that she’s going to wake up every morning and not have to do anything to look put together! Her micro bangs sits perfectly on her face and accentuates her long, rose gold layers!

Any advice for someone considering it?

I think the most important thing to consider with a fringe is the natural hair texture and the amount of styling you want to put into it. If you have curls and want to hop on the fringe trend, it’s important to discuss exactly what you want the end result to be and how much effort you’re willing to put in to achieve that look with your stylist.

Little Hipster with Short Bangs

Picture of a little hipster bangs short
Instagram @hairbyaharris

Q&A with style creator, Abigail Bishop
Stylist @ Mitchell’s Salon & Day Spa in Cincinnati, OH

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this short bangs hairstyle as fun, funky, modern, and maybe a little hipster. It all really just depends on what the rest of their style is. The hair takes on different looks depending on what you pair it with.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is not low maintenance. You will need to come into the salon often to get trims if you want the fringe to look purposeful and not just like you cut your bangs too high. It is a very harsh look to pull off and not everyone can do it. It all depends on face shape, hairline, and even personality.

Styling this look is super easy and doesn’t take long at all. Honestly, all you really need is a primer (or water) and to hit the bangs with the blow dryer. That’s it!

Statement Short Fringe

Picture of statement fringe short bangs
Instagram @shymagnolias

Q&A with style creator, Schielah Magnolia
Senior Stylist / Colorist @ Headdress Salon in New York, NY

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as lived-in with a statement short fringe. My favorite thing about it is how she can pull her hair back and have an instant style without any effort. Her fringe does it all for her.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I recommend this look to someone with a coarse to medium texture because you have a bit more to play with in terms of giving a choppy razored vibe.

I styled it with a matte texture paste in order to piece it out and define the choppy bits. It’s perfect for someone who has time to come in for regular bang trims or they can try it once and have fun with the growout phase.

Curly Hair with Short Bangs

Curly Shag Bob hairstyle
Instagram @gingerfarnham

Q&A with style creator, Ginger Farnham
Stylist @ Parlour Salon in Washington, DC

How would you describe this look?

This look is like a curly hybrid of a bob and a shag. I guess you could call it a “shob” short bangs haircut.

My favorite thing about it is its versatility. The hair could be worn straight and sleek, straight with a texturizing product, or curly and free. My client also adds accessories like a headband or barrettes.

Any advice for someone considering it?

When considering a cut like this, the greatest thing to take into account is the curve of the hair and the neck. A graceful long neck is most flattering for this cut. Medium to fine textured hair with a loose to medium curl is the ideal hair type for this style.

The stylist must also be attuned to the way the hair lives and falls on the head in order to create a look that doesn’t require much work for the client (being mindful of growth patterns and cowlicks). Regarding lifestyle, this is a great cut for anyone that doesn’t want to fuss with their hair much. The look can work with a little sea salt spray or gel and can be either air dried or diffused for added volume.

Textured Edgy Short Bangs

Textured Edge hairstyle
Instagram @sashaivanovsky

Q&A with style creator, Sasha Ivanovsky
Hairstylist @ The Hive Salon in Minneapolis, MN

How would you describe this look?

This haircut with short bangs is a celebration of my client’s texture. She wanted something a little more edgy and short without taking too much length off because she loves her curls.

My favorite part of this cut is the way her waves create so much movement and volume in the hair. I also really love the bangs because they are so versatile and they frame her face to bring out her cheekbones and draw attention to her beautiful eyes.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My advice to a client who is interested in this look is to think about what length you want each side to be! The choice of length can make a huge difference in how the overall hair will look. This is a great look if someone has waves or curls to their hair and can work on all face shapes.

It is a very low maintenance cut when it comes to styling, all you need is a nice gel to set the waves and comb the bangs in place. You can also blow dry it into a wild voluminous style and use a paste or pomade to create texture. If you have straight hair, the second option of styling would be the best way to style this cut.

Overall, this cut has a lot of versatility to it and I’m sure it can work for anyone who wants to spice up their haircut!

Casual Mirco Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Lauren Steele
Hairstylist @ Salon Haze in Regina, SK

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this hairstyle with short bangs as casual editorial. The cut itself has a more blunt line to go with the baby bang, but with soft layering to take unnecessary weight out of the hair.

I call it casual editorial because its effortless look with the striking detail of a baby bang makes you want to take a double take. That is probably what is my favorite thing about this look. It is perfect to any fashionista!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Baby bangs are a lifestyle, not an trend. You are committed! I recommend visiting your stylist regularly to keep your fringe sharp.

I personally can’t pull this off. My hairline doesn’t grow down and the hair splits no matter how much product and praying I do. I do have a clip-on bang for when I really want the look. If you have a similar problem, don’t bother. Growing bangs and constantly having an awkward stage will put you in a mood for a long time. Not worth it.

Flirty Long Layers with Choppy Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Nicole White
Master Stylist @ David Alexander Salon in Annapolis, MD

How would you describe this look?

This look as sexy, flowing layers with a flirty and fun short fringe.

I love how having a strong bang can totally change your entire look. The added bonus is that it transforms a basic, boring topknot into a super chic and trendy style. Getting bangs that go with your face shape can be like an instant facelift!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Clients seeking a strong fringe need to be prepared to train them to lie properly. Some people’s hair is very cooperative and others may need to spend a little more time blow drying them into place. Using a light pomade and piecing the hair a bit can make for an edgier look while a mineral finishing spray (I like Next Day Hair by L’Oreal Professional) can keep them in place, but with a softer, matte finish.

Consider this look if you’re prepared to visit the salon about every three to five weeks for a quick snip. As the bangs grow out, they can easily be shaped into a heavier side bang. Bangs can be customized for all face shapes, but I personally suggest that those with round faces steer clear of the super short baby fringe trend and try something a bit longer and more cheekbone-grazing.

Avant-Garde Green Hair with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Salem Renner
Stylist @ Bishops on Mississippi in Portland, OR

How would you describe this look?

This haircut the intersection of practicality and Avant-Garde. Spring comes to mind. My client came in with the request of one last “new look” before moving to Japan. Finding a new stylist after an international move sounds like a nightmare, right? That’s why I decided to take those short bangs way up, into a half moon shape, then textured them to ensure a graceful growout during the transition. No more DIY bangs at home!

My favorite part of this look is its chameleon potential to transform into lighter colors and cohesive cuts during the growout. The greens will fade to pastels over time, while our “grown out Mohawk meets Chelsea” allows my client to have options once she gets settled abroad.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My motto is to let your hair work for you, not the other way around! Consider your natural texture and cow-licked areas to determine how short your bangs can be.

A texturizer such as KMS’s Dry Wax or Schwarzkopf’s Powder Cloud will give you definition without weighing your hair down. Bedhead’s Rockaholic dry shampoo has not only been my favorite for years, but it is a miracle for second-day hair.

As far as color goes, make sure that your stylist is using a semi-permanent color (like Pulp Riot) that they can change easily. The rules that I have my clients with vibrant hair color follow save them money and keep their hues fresh for months!

Rule #1: Invest in a salon brand color-protecting shampoo and conditioner

Rule #2: Use cool to lukewarm water ONLY when washing

Rule #3: Cover your hair if you are out in the sun an or extended time or use a UV protector. I like Schwarzkopf’s Beauty Balm for my leave-in conditioner and heat/UV all in one.

The moral of the story is that life is too short to have boring hair. Take risks with a licensed professional and get to dreaming!

Galactic Fringe Cut

Galactic Fringe Cut hairstyle
Instagram @pedro_plastic

Q&A with style creator, Pedro Pimpão
Senior Stylist @ Mie Mani Salon in London, UK

How would you describe this look?

As a creative hairstylist, this is one of my favorite looks. I love to introduce this style to a lot of people who like to change and get some kind of tribal/futuristic looks! It’s awesome how we can play with the lines and angles around the face and determine where we want to do the short side bangs.

Playing with the colors makes the style even cooler and more contemporary. The futuristic part inspired me to create this mix of galactic colors with different shades of blues and violets. I definitely recommend this look to whoever wants to get a bit more than just an ordinary fringe cut!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look only works on straight hair. If your hair is wavy, you need to consider that you will have to straighten the hair every day to achieve this effect.

Adding lines and texture makes the fringe always look blunt and with movement! The best thing is that you can create thousands of shapes and angles to look better with your face shape.

If you want a look with strong personality, irreverent mood, and strong position, you should try this one!

Vampy V-Cut Bangs

Vampy Style hairstyle
Instagram @dkatz_hair

Q&A with style creator, Dana Katz
Hairstylist @ House of J. Henry in Portland, ME

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as vampy. It’s a bit risqué, even with its variation of length and texture around the face.

This is what I love about it! She’s not hiding behind her hair. This cut with short bangs opens up her face, highlighting her eyes and cheekbones.

Any advice for someone considering it?

I think you need a bit of confidence to wear this haircut. Expect to turn some heads.

To create this look, I applied L’Oréal Professional Sleek and Swing to the mid-lengths and ends. Using a Denman brush, I flat wrapped the hair so there was minimum volume around the face.

Shag Hair with Short Bangs

Shag + Short Fringe hairstyle
Instagram @beehivefordesi

Q&A with style creator, Desiree Ammons
Hairstylist @ Under Your Hat Salon in San Francisco, CA

How would you describe this look?

This shag with a short fringe is everything! This look lets you keep your girly length while still keeping it punk rock around the edges. I love the combination of short and long.

Any advice for someone considering it?

All you need is a diffuser and some sea salt spray! Really anyone can rock this look. You can keep it soft around the edges for a business-friendly look, or funk it up for the creative job interview.

By allowing your hairdresser to cut the fringe and bits around your face,  it’s like a hair contour that instantly brings the client’s eyes and cheekbones to perfection. Any texture can rock it. You will never know until you try!

Edgy Shoulder Length Hair with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Stephanie Craig
Senior Master Designer @ Mia Salon Spa in Montclair, CA

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

This look is edgy and moody. The shorter bangs and bold lip really make a statement. My favorite part is that this haircut works with her natural texture, making it very easy for her to recreate this look at home.

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

I recommend using a few pumps of Aveda Smooth Infusion Style Prep Smoother through the lengths. Diffuse or air dry, then touch up curls with a curling wand. Finish with Aveda Texture Tonic and finger comb though the curls.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is ideal for for people who want to stand out. It requires minimal styling and works best with fine to medium hair that is wavy or straight.

Ear Length Bob with Short Bangs

Round Shaped Bob hairstyle
Instagram @sjun.p

Q&A with style creator, Jun Park
Stylist @ Sassoon Toronto in Toronto, Ont, Canada

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

This haircut is round-shaped bob that is shorter in the front, longer in the back, has a reverse internal graduation shape, as well as a micro fringe

My favorite thing about this haircut is that although the round shape bob can easily look bowl-like, the short fringe and reverse internal shape give shaggier, edgier look.

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

I recommend Texture Spray from Unite or Moroccanoil to achieve shaggier, textured finish. You can also use a little bit of cream or matte type wax to give sharper fringe look.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This haircut would be best suited for someone who has straight/slightly wavy hair with a medium to thinner texture.

The rounder bob shape is very unique, however it is relatively hard to pull off. I would recommend this haircut to someone with prominent cheekbones and pointy chin.

A choppy fringe beautifully opens up the face and gives freer and edgier look. if you are tired of long fringes that bother your eyes, a micro fringe will ease your mind!

Straight Blunt Bob with Short Bangs

Straight Across Blunt Bob hairstyle
Instagram @becky_boo_hair

Q&A with style creator, Becky Cole
Hairdresser @ ESHK Hair in London, UK

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

I would call this look a straight across blunt short bob with bangs. This is where the fringe is rounded, and comes up higher at the temples.

My favorite thing about this style is the statement it makes with its sharp lines, but it also has a vintage glam feel with the rounded short fringe.

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

A professional range shampoo and conditioner is always a must. I also recommend a shine serum for condition and a hairspray to keep everything in place. This look requires regular haircuts every six to seven weeks to keep the lines of the cut sharp.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for the client who wants something different and a little edgy, but not totally out there. Fine hair types do work best with this cut as the hair is smoother and easier to manage. Thick or curly hair would need a lot of work to maintain and would need straightening every day.

Shorter fringes can be done on most face shapes because the length can just be adjusted to suit.

Medium Length Hair with Short Bangs

Vintage Shag hairstyle
Instagram @thehairbutcher

Q&A with style creator, Mary Rose Mindock
Hairstylist @ Model Citizen Salon in Athens, GA

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

I would describe this look as a vintage mid-length shag with bangs. My favorite thing about this look is the combination of textures and angles and how the fringe ties it all together.

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

I am a huge fan of R+Co products. I recommend using the Cactus texturizing shampoo with no conditioner for extra volume and Badlands dry shampoo paste for the flawless texture and shape.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this style to any client that desires a low maintenance, chic vintage look. This look pairs extremely well with a badass leather jacket and shades.

Gorgeously Layered Hair with Short Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Jessy Jin
Hair Artist @ Pomp and Proper Salon in Vancouver, BC

How would you describe this look?

This was a very transitional cut and color. She is growing her natural hair color from a previous red color and almost halfway there. We decided not to do a big process of color-removing, so what we have been doing is baby lights and foilage to blend it better.

She is growing her hair too, but as everyone knows, growing hair out is the most painful process. That’s why we decided to give her a cute, choppy short bang to make it more exciting! I added internal layering everywhere to give a choppy texture.

Any advice for someone considering it?

There is this awesome product from L’Oreal Professionnel called Savage Panache. It’s a texturizing spray and my favorite product for giving airy texture. Put your fully dried hair upside down and spray Savage Panache globally. Put your head back and shake your hair and arrange however you like it to be. It will give the perfect airy texture that works great for an internal layered cut.

This cut and color grows effortlessly and really easy to wear wash-and-go with just little bit of texturizing spray!

Teased Bob

Teased Bob A-Line Look

This a-line bob gives the illusion of having a steeper angle with the inclusion of a teased crown and shorter side bangs.

How To Style Short Bangs:

1. Apply a styling product to damp hair.

2. Blow dry the hair smooth with a styling brush.

3. Apply thermal protection.

4. Smooth the hair with a flat iron.

5. Tease the hair in the crown area.

6. Set the style with a finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Wider face shapes with hair that is medium in texture and density can rock this bob.

Recommended Products:

Hot Off The Press protects the hair from the heat of the iron and helps the style last longer.

Princess Ponytail

Princess Ponytail Cute Updo

This curled ponytail features wispy short bangs, a braid, and a teased crown area.

How To Style:

1. Braid the hair on top of the head from one side to another and secure with an elastic band.

2. Tease the hair above the occipital bone and set with a firm finishing spray.

3. Gather all the hair, including the braided piece, into a ponytail.

4. Apply thermal protection to the ponytail.

5. Curl sections of the ponytail with a curling iron.

6. Set the style with a finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Longer face shapes with hair that is medium to thick in density and medium in texture can pull off this pony style.

Recommended Products:

Extra-Body Finishing Spray is great at holding up updos!

Chic Chignon

Chignon Cute Style with Bangs

This chignon features bangs that start out short and blunt, then get wispy and longer, blending into the rest of the hair pulled back into the always classy chignon.

How To Style:

1. Apply a shine serum on dry hair.

2. Pull hair back into a ponytail.

3.Roll the ponytail down and secure with bobby pins.

4. Set with a finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Longer face shapes with hair that is medium to high in density with any texture can wear this chic look.

Recommended Products:

Gloss Drops will add luminous shine and give a frizz-free finish to your tresses.

Curved and Curly

Curved and Curly Medium Look with Bangs

This hairstyle with wispy short bangs has beautiful ringlets.

How To Style:

1. Apply thermal protection to hair.

2. Curl sections of hair in random directions using a medium barrel iron.

3. Set the style with a finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Longer face shapes with sharp features and any hair type will suit this hairstyle.

Recommended Products:

To add more definition to your curls, mist Spray Wax on your hair and scrunch it with your hands.

Swoopy Bangs

Swoopy Bangs Long Fringe

The short bangs on this bob bend and swoop to one side, giving the overall style a super sassy finish.

How To Style:

1. Apply a styling product to dry hair.

2. Flat wrap by blow drying the hair flat against the head in one direction using a styling brush.

3. Blow dry the hair to the other direction using a styling brush.

4. Go back and forth blow drying until the hair is dry.

5. Further smooth the hair using a flat iron.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Longer face shapes with hair that is medium in density and texture can pull off this sassy style.

Recommended Products:

Fast Form is a cream gel that controls the hair and is perfect for flat wrapping!