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Long hair with bangs can flatter almost any woman’s face shape and hair texture. However, if you have very fine or thin hair, you might want to consider getting a long bob with bangs instead.
Adding bangs to long hair is a great way to cover up larger foreheads and balance out the appearance of oblong face shapes. If you have a more rounded face, then talk to your stylist about adding layers.
There are lots of ways to add bangs to long locks, so below you’ll see tons of great examples. So before your next haircut, check out these pictures of flattering long hairstyles with bangs.
#1: Dark Copper Long Hair with Curtain Fringe
#2: Long Copper Hair with Full Bangs
Long hair with bangs is extremely flattering to the eye and looks great on women with a touch of warmth on their faces. Copper hair looks great on all skin tones, but it contrasts best against lighter, warmer skin tones. Adding a full bang to your longer tresses will add a bold punch to your hairstyle.
#3: Long Blonde Hair with Bangs and Short Layers
Long blonde hair with bangs and short layers make a great hairstyle for women to complement their looks. Curtain bangs, to be specific, are a chic option. Choose blonde highlights for this long hairstyle with bangs to create dimension. These are sure to help the layers stand out, as well. Style the hair with a 1 ¼ inch curling iron for a messy beachy style.
#4: Flattering for a Round Face Shape
Bangs can be flattering for a round face shape, especially if your hair is long. Keeping the bangs angled and not straight across will help to soften the silhouette of your face.
#5: Long Hair with Subtle Highlights and Arched Bangs
Long hair with subtle highlights and arched bangs gives a lot of dimension and movement. Subtle highlights help break up the monotony of having all one color on long hair. Arching the bangs area gives shape all around the face versus just across the forehead. Adding highlights and an arched bang to long hair is a great option to achieve a dimensional color and cut.
#6: Long Layers with Front Bangs
Adding full bangs to long layers is a great way to give a lengthy style, a fresh new look. If you’re looking for a new style without losing a lot of length, add full bangs that go past the eyebrows. Bangs give you a classy style without much effort!
#7: Shaggy Long Bob with Curtain Bangs
A shaggy long lob with curtain bangs is perfect if you want to add shape and movement to your mid-length hair. This lob with curtain bangs works great if the hair’s length is at an awkward stage and needs to be reshaped. Ask for a fringe below the eyebrow – it’s a great starting point to create the curtain-like flow.
#8: Long Straight Hair with Blunt Bangs for Women
Long straight hair with blunt bangs offers a playful, stylish hairstyle. The fringe gives the long straight hair a youthful touch. Any type of bangs will require some sort of styling each day like blow-drying and flat ironing. A blunt fringe can change the entire look dramatically, so take the face shape into account.
#9: An Easy Long Hairstyle with a Heavy Fringe
Here’s an easy hairstyle with a heavy fringe that most women with any skin tone will love! Achieve a voluminous effect by adding waves to your long strands. A fringe like this will likely fall into the face sometimes. As these bangs may not reach a simple ponytail, pins or clips may be required when tying up the locks. Longer bangs often highlight the cheekbone or the jawline, so they’re much ideal on a round face shape.
#10: Long Black Hair with Wispy Bangs
Long black hair with wispy bangs prevents a style that’s looking humdrum and lifeless. Wispy bangs on long hair can give an instant facelift. These also add movement, which can help when wanting to create different types of looks. When styling bangs, blow them dry in a low heat setting, brushing the hair from right to left. The ideal woman for hair with bangs would be someone who wants to hide a prominent forehead.
#11: Layered Long Brunette Hair with Straight Bangs
Layered long hair with straight bangs creates a youthful, stunning appearance. What’s best about layers is that they can be customized depending on the face shape. This long layered hair is fashionable and won’t get out of the trend. The secret to making the layers really stand out lies in hairstyle. Long layered haircuts with bangs are best with volume and subtle waves.
#12: Platinum Blonde Hair with Long Tapered Bangs
Platinum blonde hair with long tapered bangs is a great combination to add softness to a striking color. Longer hair can feel like it drags the face down. Adding tapered bangs can draw the focus back to the face with a feathery feel. Long hair with bangs can completely change up your look without drastic length removal.
#13: Swoop Bangs on Long Golden Brown Hair
Swoop bangs on long golden brown hair layer the face with shape and without too much maintenance like shorter bangs. Long hair with bangs is an effortless style that adds soft movement and texture without overly layering the hair. A great look for long-haired women who want to change up their style without a drastic length change.
#14: Modern Curls, Short Bangs with Long Hair
Lovin’ these short bangs with long hair? If your locks are dense and with natural texture in them, just go for this one. This type of bangs is perfect on oval face shape while it gives the whole appearance an edginess. Style your short bangs on long hair with curls to see extra texture and movement, too.
#15: Balayage Long, Light Brown Hair with Soft Bangs
Pair long hair with soft bangs with blonde highlights and lowlights for a beachy look. Incorporating some waves makes this one of the best hairstyles for long hair with bangs. To carry out a little shine around the face, a blonde balayage does a great job of doing so.
#16: Copper Shag with Heavy Bangs for Thick Hair
Heavy bangs for thick hair looks great on the long shag. This long shaggy cut is all about keeping the length but creating lots of layers in the crown. These are also called halo layers. These are great for women that want to preserve length but want a little more than long layers with bangs. It’s also all about the heavy full bangs that are perfectly texturized to increase movement in the fringe area.
Use a flat brush for pushing the fringe back and forth to increase movement, as well as a dry texture spray. Try Davines Dry Texture Spray to help lift those layers and add some ooopmf to the hair. Also, use Definition Mist by Davines because it increases separation in the hair and allows the layers to stand out.
#17: Dark Long Hair with Cute Hair Bangs
The girl-next-door look is one snip away! Get into style with wispy cute bangs and layered tresses on long black hair.
#18: Long Wavy Hair with Thick Bangs
Long wavy hair with thick bangs is achievable if tresses have a lot of density. Complimentary trims of the fringe between haircuts are crucial to staying fresh-looking. These long hair bangs look good on pretty much all women. Plus, they’re flattering if you’re trying to cover a long or a square forehead.
#19: Medium-Long Hair with Tousled Bangs
If you adore bangs but don’t like how flat they can make your tresses look, try tousled bangs for a boost in volume. This will add more personality to your mid-length hair.
#20: Long Blonde Ombre with Long Side Bangs
A long blonde ombre with long side bangs is an excellent choice for those wanting blonde hairstyles that are low-maintenance. The deep root needs to be touched up far less frequently than your typical highlight, making it easier on your hair. The long hair with bangs allows for dimensional colors, making the overall look very trendy and modern.
#21: Wavy Long Hair with Baby Bangs
This wavy long hair with baby bangs is fresh and easy to wear. It has texture, which helps it look natural and gives movement to the hair.
If you’re looking to achieve this look, you need to talk with your stylist so they understand your lifestyle, face shape, and your normal daily hair care and hairstyling routines.
It’s very important to check the density and the texture of hair to create the fringe area. This will help the final result look more natural.
#22: Long Layered Hair with Bangs
This long layered hair with bangs is an incredible masterpiece! It has a shattered fringe, complementing the layers and waves around the face. Having a long, thick length is an edgy way to pull off a long cut with bangs like this. Such a length is what gives hair versatility. When styling it with waves, apply a texturizing spray for a more polished result.
#23: Feathered Bangs for Long, Thin Hair
These feathered bangs for long, thin hair are so flattering! It’s the type of long bangs that can accentuate both eyes and cheekbones. Having the bangs a little longer allows you not to have to worry as much about maintenance, too.
Related: Long hairstyles with long bangs.
#24: 70s Long Shag with Extra Long Bangs
This 70s shag with extra-long bangs is quite fascinating. It was created by Redken Certified hair colorist Tim Pascoe of Subiaco, WA. This is the result when the classic haircut merges with the textured beachy waves. It’s a style that’s perfect for medium and thick hair texture. The fringe needs weight to it to have that flare style and not the “mom” fringe style. When going out, mist a sea salt spray to give hair a better shape and texture.
“The 70s shag with extra long fringe is a modern version of a shag cut,” explains Pascoe. “It’s an effortless relaxed cut with a flow that enhances the hair’s natural texture. It generally works best with minimal styling.”
It’s more suitable for oval or oblong shaped faces. But it can be altered to fit most face shapes. The curve of the bangs and the layering around the face can be quite flattering. It’s a low maintenance haircut that works best with the hair’s natural movement.
For finer haired ladies, Pascoe recommends you use argan oil pressed into the ends with your palms before blasting or diffusing dry. “Curly-haired girls should use Redken curvaceous full swirl. It’s ideal for assisting with defining the texture but controlling the volume,” he adds.
“For thicker hair, use fashion works 07 through the root. Then, use pillow proof blowdry cream throughout and use United through the mids and ends of the hair before blasting or diffusing. Diffusing with help to enhance and promote extra movement,” says Pascoe.
#25: Textured Center Bangs for Long Fine Hair
These textured center bangs for long fine hair make an appealing style. The cut is a combination of a long textured haircut and center bangs. It could pass for a long bob with a textured fringe, which offers a stunning finish.
#26: Eye Catching Face-Framing Bangs on Long Hair
Add face-framing bangs to soften your style and for a more modern finish. Sure, these bangs require upkeep, yet it’s still a mid-level maintenance style.
If you opt for this chop, you must get regular bang trims to maintain your fringe. After all, bangs add freshness to the haircut without needing to commit to a whole new change.
#27: Parted Bangs on Long Thick Hair with Waves
Parted bangs on long thick hair is a nice statement piece to frame your face. Layers just around the face give more body and movement. It’s the ideal style if you want a layered style without thinning out your ends more. For a long, wavy mane like this, a bright copper shade suits the best to get a mermaid-like effect.
These parted bangs on long hair definitely give off that 70’s vibe. They were created by hair stylist Marisa Mitchell of Los Angeles, CA. The curtain bangs and the short to long layers throughout give it an elevated shag type feel.
“It’s important to understand how to style curtain bangs like the ones in the photo,” explains Mitchell. “It doesn’t matter if your bangs are short or longer. Wet the root of the bangs and blow dry them back and forth to neutralize the root so there’s not a hard part. When the hair is wanting to fall forward, you can part it to get that swoopy feel. Use texture spray for volume and wash it less to bring out your natural texture,” she adds.
#28: Messy Boho Layers For Long Hair With Bangs
Get some boho layers with bangs for long hair to enjoy versatility and stylish results! Even as the fringe grows out, the cut is still boho and cute. Hair can be pulled off all the way down with messy waves or wear it up in a pony with some of the framings pulled out. With the right styling product, volume is super easy to achieve.
#29: Long Hair With Straight Bangs
This long hair with straight bangs is for ladies who are looking for their next wash-and-go style. The length gives versatility, which makes it one of the easiest to spice up. Combine fringe bangs with shorter layers to frame the face. For those who have higher hairlines, opt for longer fringe bangs.
#30: Long Hairstyle with Full Fringe and Long Layers
Here’s a full fringe with long layers to create such an elegant style. It’s a timeless cut that works on most hair types except for one. For ladies with a pesky cowlick at the hairline, pulling off full bangs can be troublesome. According to stylists, a heavy side fringe and long layers could still work, though.
#31: Long Choppy Hair with Short Side Bangs
This long choppy hair with short side bangs looks so soft, which suits a lady with a very innocent face. The chop has messy layers to give hair a tousled-like edge. Deep side-part bangs make the style ultra-chic. It’s the type of fringe that’s perfect for hiding a more prominent forehead.
#32: Long Brown Hair with Bangs
This long brown hair with bangs offers a sophisticated, retro-chic vibe! It’s styled with very subtle waves that focus on the edges to show off the layers of a long-length cut. Bangs are added to complement the face shape. Remember that the shape of your face determines the width of the bangs that will suit you. The thinner the face, the wider the bangs (temple to temple) should be. And if the face is fuller, the narrower the bangs (mid eyebrow to mid eyebrow) should be.
#33: Longer Layers and Bangs Cut
Longer layers with bangs are perfect for women with medium to thick hair. Layers are best to frame the face and add movement to tresses. Meanwhile, long hairstyles with layers and bangs will help balance out the facial features. Textured bangs are the type that soften the style, and the grow-out is much easier than a super blunt fringe.
#34: Long Sleek Haircut with Side-Swept Bangs
Long sleek hair with side swept bangs always needs a good blow-dry. That’s the secret to achieving a bouncy, natural-looking hairdo. Opt for a chop with a few layers as they add more movement to the tresses.
#35: Long Curly Hair with Bangs
This long curly hair with bangs looks fun and playful. Those curls and bangs complement one another, creating a perky appearance. When wearing this chop, establish how long you want your bangs with your stylist. Long bangs eventually grow out and land on the face and sometimes the eyes. Curly-haired girls also need to allow for shrinkage as curly and kinky textures can be tricky.
#36: Fiery Long Hair with Full Bangs
Rocking long hair with full bangs and a fiery color is daring, but so satisfying. Red hair color tends to fade faster than most so make sure you have an in-depth conversation with your stylist about the upkeep before taking the leap. While bangs are adorable, if you’ve never had a fringe before remember that it can take weeks to get used to having hair on your forehead/above your eyes.
#37: Dark Long Hair with Blunt Bangs
Try a blunt fringe on brunette hair and make an impact on your appearance. If you want a change but would like to keep your long hair, adding a strong bang is a great way to do it. Bangs bring out your eyes and can be worn swept over to the side for versatility. A drawback is that they will need to be cut often, about every 4 weeks.
#38: Golden Blonde Long Hair with Fringe
This golden blonde long hair with fringe screams cuteness! The style and cut work better on lengthy hair with a sleek, straight texture. Softer swept bangs or full-across bangs can make the haircut appear more feminine than it is. If this is the style you’re going for, be mindful of one thing. Women who want bangs need to be ready to style them daily. A fringe can make or break the entire vibe.
#39: Gorgeous Long Straight Hair with Light Bangs
This long straight hair with light bangs is one of those sophisticated styles. The cut is perfect for messy beach waves and straight hair alike. It’s paired with bangs that are easy to style and manage. Long layers with light bangs are beautiful and make for a chic, effortless go-to style.
#40: Choppy Bangs for Long Hair
The optimal choppy bangs for long hair are those that match the wavy movement of the locks. Take these piece-y textured bangs as an inspiration. Adding this kind of fringe to a cut changes and enhances a whole hairstyle. To create textured bangs, separate some pieces with a fiber paste when styling.
These choppy bangs for dark long hair were cut with both shears and razor. You might also call it a long haired shag.
These choppy bangs are great for women with a good amount of hair that has natural texture. There’s lots of versatility when wearing it in its natural state. Blow it out sleek and straight, or use texture spray-type products. It’s also super sexy if you pull it up with the face-framing fringe.
#41: Light Brown to Golden Blonde Ombre with Fringe
This ombre with a fringe is a fearless boho, yet urban chic This is a perfect summer hair color blend of natural root to light honey hues. The best thing about this long hair is how it transforms the fine yet dense natural blonde hair into a style that’s versatile and low maintenance.
Try Thermafuse Dry Oil as a detangler/heat protectant/blowdry prep, and Thermafuse Uphold Hairspray as finishing spray. Use a heat protector/detailer for the ends when using a flat iron. And finally, Design.Me Puff Me texture powder as a finisher will give hair some extra volume and texture.
This particular long hairstyle with fringe works well with any hair type as long as the attention in dry detail cutting is there. This long haircut is ideal for long face shapes. The fringe will shorten the length of the face and soften strong cheekbones.
#42: Side Bangs with Long Hair
Side bangs with long hair create a hairstyle that provides maximum versatility. The beauty of this wavy long hairstyle is it adds volume when down while the fringe frames the face. Most women can wear this style. Just alter the bangs’ length depending on what suits the face shape and what works with the hair type.
#43: Layered Haircut with Wavy Bangs on Long Hair
Give wavy bangs on long hair a try—it’s gonna be worth it! The fringe makes a chic addition to the entire style and also frames the face perfectly. To achieve long-length hair that has extra movement, cut a few layers. Use a texture spray when styling the bangs to give your wavy bangs a softer and more effortless finish.
These wavier, layered bangs on long hair have internal layers to remove weight and create movement. They were created by hairdresser Billie of Downtown Redlands, CA. “Longer shaggy bangs and face-framing pieces create a Brigitte Bardot effect. It’s hand-styled and effortless,” she explains.
If you’re interested in these wavy bangs, Billie recommends that you invest in a good leave-in conditioner. “Texturizing spray and sea salt spray support a wash-and-go routine, too,” she adds. “The fringe will grow out seamlessly, creating a low maintenance style.”
#44: Long Hair with Side Bangs and Layers
Featuring gorgeous long hair with side bangs and layers! You’ll love the versatility that this long-length cut with a side part can offer. There are so much movement and flexibility in the style and side bangs. Feel free to add loose waves to give the tresses a modern twist.
Frequently Asked Questions
Start by blow-drying your bangs about halfway dry to get them going in the right direction, letting whatever natural texture you have taken over. Do this by focusing the blow dryer at the roots pointing the airflow forward into your face while pulling the hair side to side, repeating until the roots are dry, and you've controlled or at least softened the cowlicks that almost everyone has around their hairline.
For day two bangs, use a dry shampoo to spray in at the roots to help soak up oils and refresh the fullness. One of my cheap and easy favorites is called Psst! and can be found at most beauty supply stores or drugstores for under $10. R+Co has a great dry shampoo styling paste called Badlands that soaks up oils and helps to hold everything in place at the same time. You can also tie the rest of your hair up and shampoo just your bangs in the morning if they're super greasy, but you don't need to wash the rest of your hair yet.