Unlike a scrunchie or a boho braid, baby bangs are a hair trend you REALLY need to commit to because once you make the chop, there’s no going back. These super ditsy bangs can be a great face framer though and it’s not all gothy vibes and kohl liner either. We’ve put together 4 ways you can rock the baby bangs trend without looking like a Vampira tribute act and that work for all face shapes and styles.
We love this soft and delicate interpretation of baby bangs on Emma Watson and they look a little less of a statement than a severe blunt cut. We think these would be really cute with long hair too and perfect if you like natural waves and low maintenance styles.
A blunt cut
This is definitely a brave statement but these blunt baby bangs are a great face framer and are perfect for anyone with an oval or long shape face. We have a sneaky suspicion that Emma Roberts’ aren’t real though, so if you have some old extensions to hand, this could be something to try out. If you want to know more about creating a faux fringe click here to read our blog post.
Looking straight out of an Audrey Hepburn movie, Lily Collins is showing us exactly how to rock this trend in the sweetest way possible. If you prefer more feminine and preppy vibes then this look is perfect and not as high maintenance as a blunt cut. You could even get away with a slightly longer fringe if you’re planning on side sweeping which is great if you’re not feeling super brave.
If you have a square face shape then curved baby bangs can give you the illusion of fuller cheeks. We’re loving this look on Sophia Amoruso and it’s definitely a more grown up and sophisticated interpretation of the trend. You can go as thick or as wispy with this as you like and we love that the ends have been left super choppy.