10 Ways To Style Full Bangs

We’re not quite sure if it’s Dakota Johnson or Liza Soberano’s doing but full bangs are making scenes everywhere lately. Something about the look just frames the face nicely and creates a more youthful aura. But full bangs can also be a lot of work, and we’re not talking about how it comes alive in disarray during the morning. Sometimes, it’s hard to style our hair with full bangs on because we’re not quite sure how to pull it off. So for girls winging the bangs, here are ten ways to style full bangs:

Match It With Short Hair

Full bangs are already enough of a statement, so it wouldn’t hurt to match it with over-the-shoulder length hair. The hairstyle is actually a cmmon look in fashion capitals like Korea. And as an added perk, it gives a more young appearance.

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Half Pony And Wavy Locks

It’s easy to achieve a goddess-like aura with a half pony and subtle waves. Just be sure that your half ponytail is loosely put together for a more disheveled feel, take a large barrel curling iron, preferably 2-inches to achieve mermaid-like waves.


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Top It With A Hat

Something about a wide-brimmed hat and full bangs gives extra structure to the face. Opting for sleek-straight hair and a matching wide-brim instantly creates a fashion-forward look.


Go For Pigtails

If a ponytail is not up your alley, braided pigtails go cohesively with full bangs. For an added touch, try to pull out the braids for a bigger and softer look. Tug out a few hair strands in front and curl it as well as the ends of the pigtails.


Low Ponytail

If you’re having a laid-back day, the easiest to walk out the door with your full bangs is by bringing the rest of your hair in a low ponytail. It creates a clean canvas without over-styling your hair.


Frame It With A Headband

If you think headbands are childish, think again. With sleek straight hair and a minimal design it can actually look fashion forward. For days you just want minimal accessory, opt for a thin-band headband that matches your hair color.


Soft Locks

Carry a more mature number with your full bangs by touching it up with soft flowy waves. Try to focus the curls on the ends of the hair rather than a full-blown volumized curl.

Top Bun

For bad hair days, there is a quick fix in styling full bangs. A loose top bun never goes out of style. Pull out a few pieces of hair strands to frame the side of your face too.

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High Ponytail

Channel your inner Ariana Grande by opting for a high ponytail. It gives a preppy and edgy feel to match with your ensemble.

Volumized Hair

If you’re looking for a more sultry look and fear that full bangs will portray the exact opposite, then opt for extra voluminous hair. Grab a sea salt spray and crunch up your hair to give it bounce. Or take a hair dryer and achieve the perfect blow-dry.

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