The 6 Biggest Bang Trends to Try in 2019
We're calling it: 2019 is the year of bangs. Not sure where to start? Here are the six biggest trends we're seeing on some of our favorite ladies.
Think of these as a longer version of the curtain bangs that have been trending for the past few years. Parted in the center, this type of fringe is extremely versatile because you can wear them as is—or to the side.
Laura Harrier gave us major Audrey Hepburn vibes at Cannes last year (and made a pretty convincing case for super-short bangs). Ask your stylist for fringe that falls an inch to two above your brows and lightly bend the ends to hug your forehead.
Proof that curls and bangs do indeed mix. Just have your stylist dry cut into your hair so they fall naturally across your forehead.
Long and feathered, this type of bang looks especially chic with a tousled lob or shag cut (and it grows out easily).
They’re baaaaack. Side bangs are making a major return this year—only now, they’re slightly longer and more tapered to blend in with the rest of your hair.
Constance Wu rocked newly shorn bangs at the Critics' Choice Awards. Just barely grazing her brows and lightly nipped in at the ends, they’re blunt but not heavy.