When reigning sitcom queen Kaley Cuoco cut her signature blonde locks, she shocked fans and inspired many to do the same. Keeping with her bright, bubbly persona both on and off screen, the pixie she opted for is fun, flirty and full of layers. And the good news is these bangs on this cut work with every face shape. The bangs should hit at your brow or just under it. It's a great, edgy and hip hairstyle and can take years off a face. It's a great style for anyone with an oval or long face. Oval Faces Can Pretty Much Wear Anything Olivia Wilde. For the face-framing sections of hair, take smaller pieces, alternating the direction of the wave. "Heavy sideswept bangs that start in the center of the forehead and taper diagonally to a cheek-grazing length," LeCompte previously told. Try a head scarf or a headband where you can sweep your bangs back with the rest of your hair. Taylor Swift has a round face and these blunt bangs look gorgeous on her. Also known as a pompadour, the quiff is formed by cutting hair short in back and leaving it much longer in front. In the past, many people considered bangs as a style that only women should wear. This long bob style has shaggy layers in front and rough texturing at the bangs, but layers get longer towards the back to create a hybrid style. One of the longest shag haircuts on our list, this style is long enough to incorporate four distinct layers. These rock 'n roll bangs on Julianne Hough are proof that even short hair can be extremely sexy. Watch videos and read tutorials for the particular style you want before cutting. The key to perfect bangs is to ensure that the bangs are tapered on the sides and are longer than they are above the brow. Long, Piece-y Bangs are Great for Heart-Shaped Faces Rashida Jones. Heavy fringe should hit just below the brow with longer pieces on the sides. Wispy bangs are not good; they only increase the softness of your face and won't have much of an impact.
Pixie Haircuts With Bangs - 50 Terrific TapersPhoto by Kevin Winter/Getty Images If you have a heart-shaped face, your forehead tends to be wider than your jawline and your chin comes to a distinct point. On the other hand, the Caesar is shorter and neater. So many medium-length styles are acceptable now, and many celebrities and even professional businessmen have begun wearing medium-length haircuts for everyday situations, professional and otherwise. Make sure if you get heavy fringe, to ask your stylist to cut them while your hair is dry, otherwise they may shrink up when they dry and end up too short. Heavy Blunt Bangs: Gorgeous on a Long Face Shape This hairstyle is lovely because of its thick bangs which start up at the crown, shortening a long face.
Kelly Osbourne's Pompadour and Long Bangs FilmMagic and WireImage for Getty Images Kelly Osbourne has a round face that also appears to be a bit square when she loses weight as she has here. This cut takes a classic angled bob and gives it a shaggy look thanks to hair left in its natural wavy texture and some added layering that’s more subtle than most shag styles. It’s ok that these bangs start beyond your natural hairline. Bangs are the front of the hair that is cut to cover the forehead. If it's a lot longer than it's wide and you have a big forehead and close-set eyes, then you are probably a long face shape. This shag version of the fun hybrid between a pixie and a bob has loads of choppy layers in the back and long, eye-grazing bangs in front. Romantic wedding hairstyle. These sweep down below the chin and therefore sweep the eye down. The toughest part about choosing bangs is deciding how short or long to keep them, but choosing the right length for your face and structure can give you a great look and a great burst of confidence. Rock 'n' Roll Bangs for an Oval Face Shape Alexa Chung