Straight-across blunt bangs can be used to create an edgy look that goes particularly well with longer faces, while wispy bangs worn off to the side can soften a square-shaped face, this article says. Asymmetrical bangs can add pizazz to a bob or pixie haircut and work equally well for straight or curly hair, and split bangs can complement delicate features on oval faces.
Hairstylists say bangs are back, but it takes finesse to pull off the look. Most people should avoid supershort bangs, they say, unless they have very strong jaw lines, and side-swept bangs are better for women with longer, thinner faces. "If you're not a big fan of your nose, don't do the long bang," said Hollywood hairstylist Jen Atkin. "It's really going to bring out all your features."
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Blunt bangs are out, and wispy, long, layered bangs are in, and the news is good for women whose face shapes are more flattered by the less-severe look. Soft bangs ideally are trimmed to reach just above the eyelashes, and require regular maintenance to keep them in top form.
Short hair with long bangs, long locks with wispy bangs: Whether they're cut straight across or fringed and slanted, bangs are back this season. For layered hairstyles, razoring is a key bangs treatment, while precision cuts flatter hair in a blunt cut.