This ‘70s-inspired style on model Julia Zou is kind of like a sexy bowl cut for your bangs. The rounded, bouncy, voluptuous fringe is very Charlie’s Angels and works especially well with longer hairstyles. “Seventies bangs look great on every face shape and any hair texture, regardless of the length,” says New York City-based hairstylist Nunzio Saviano. “They’re soft with a lot of movement.” To get that extra va-va-voom bounce, dry damp bangs using a large-barrel round brush and a volumizing product like JVN Embody Volumizing Hair Foam.
Feathery French bangs
This feathery fringe is the bangs equivalent of wearing a silk robe. It’s soft, romantic, comfortable, and, paired with a glass of champagne (you know, the real kind from the real region), it’s oh-so-French. “These bangs are usually longer than regular fringes and have lots of texture,” says Fabian Lliguin, hairstylist and cofounder of Rahua, adding that these bangs can easily be air-dried for an undone look.
Speck recommends pulling the rest of the hair into a messy chignon or ponytail as Jenna Ortega has here. And when they get too long? Go with it. That’s the beauty of this looser, bedhead-y fringe. “Letting bangs grow into something different is actually what makes them special,” he says.