Long hair looks great in many different styles, but the most popular are long hairstyles with bangs. Whether you want a short or long cut, these styles will suit your needs and look good on any face shape.
This blog post discusses some of the best cuts for women who have long hair with bangs so they can find one that fits them perfectly. It also includes pictures to show what each style looks like on an actual person so readers can better understand how it would work for their face shape and length. The first hairstyle discussed is choppy layers which have long layers around the crown area and gradually shorter strands towards the back of your head to give it more volume and make it easier maintains.
Bangs are one of the most popular hairstyles for women. They can be styled straight across, as a side bang, or with a fringe. Haircuts like these are perfect for every hair type and face shape.
Do bangs make you look younger?
One of the most common questions I get as a hairstylist is, “Do bangs make me look younger?” If you’re in your 20’s, 30’s or 40’s, the answer is no. Bangs can make you look older because they cover your temples and forehead, where wrinkles often form first. But if you are over 60 years old and have a youthful face shape, then bangs may help soften the features on top of your head, ultimately creating an impression of youthfulness.
How do you style long bangs and layers?
We know that long bangs and layers are on trend this season. But how do you style them? Here is a step-by-step guide to styling your hair with both of these popular looks.
- Section off the top layer of your hair, then brush it back into a low ponytail.
- Take large sections from the bottom layer of your hair and curl them away from your face. Leave some curls out for an undone look if desired.
- For extra volume, tease the roots at the crown of your head with a comb or teasing brush before wrapping up all of those locks in a bun.
- Finish by adding lots of dry shampoo on any parts that need more volume.
Bangs are a great way to add more style and dimension to your hairstyle. They can be styled straight out, curled, or wavy. Whatever look you’re going for, there’s a bang that will complement it with ease. If you have shoulder-length hair, try experimenting with different ways of parting your hair and styling your bangs. For example, you might like the polished look of an asymmetrical side part or the playful feel of a deep side part with oversized waves in front of one ear. Of course, bangs can work well on shorter hair lengths too.