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3 Best Ways To Style Curtain Bangs And How To Rock Them

Style Curtain Bangs

Style Curtain Bangs

The Internet is going crazy with the curtain bangs. You can pretty much spot them everywhere because everyone seems to have curtain bangs nowadays. And it’s easy to understand why they have reached the top hair trends: curtain bangs are pretty, romantic, sultry, and charming as hell. Looking at all your favorite influencers that have the curtain bangs might make you want to recreate the hairstyle yourself. So read on and find out how to style curtain bangs and rock it too!

 

You can also check out other heatless hairstyles to go with your curtain bangs too, such as the overnight scarf curls or the heatless vintage curls

What Are Curtain Bangs And Who Should Style Curtain Bangs?

Style Curtain Bangs

Style Curtain Bangs

Basically, curtain bangs are just fringe bangs that are parted down the middle to frame your face, like the curtains hence the name. It’s longer than your typical bangs and has wispy ends that blend into the rest of your hair. This makes the bangs appear much softer and more sultry as it frames your face perfectly without harsh edges like side-swept bangs. 

Style Curtain Bangs

Style Curtain Bangs

Unlike straight-across bangs, curtain bangs are angled so they’re shorter in the center and longer on the sides. They’re usually parted right down the middle which will create a special effect that makes your eyes and your facial features stand out soft and beautiful. That’s why so many girls fall head over heels for this hairstyle. 

Style Curtain Bangs

Style Curtain Bangs

Another bonus is that this is one heck of a versatile style. You can add your own touch to it and there is no such thing as “one size fits all” when it comes to curtain bangs. From straight and simple to curly and fun, this style can be changed in any way that you find the most suitable for your face shape. Just ask your hairdresser the next time you go to the salon and bring some reference shots to your appointment, and your hairstylist will take care of the rest.

Thanks to its versatility, this hairstyle can fit any type of face and hair length. From short to long hair, from round face to square face, there will be a curtain bangs style that makes you look lovely like a peach. With this hairstyle, you just need to understand your hair’s texture and then get the cut that has the face-framing layers that suit your face shape.

And here is the best bonus point: curtain bangs are super easy to maintain. Since they have a little bit more length with them, you won’t have to constantly go to the hair salon or take the risk of using a scissor to trim your own bangs at home. If you want them out of your way, you won’t even need hairpins for that. Just tie them together with your ponytail. It’s truly the hairstyle for girls who don’t have much time to style their hair but still want to look pretty. 

So with all that being said, let’s see how you can style curtain bangs and how to rock them too. 

 

How To Style Curtain Bangs 

First thing first, go to the hair salon or at least ask somebody who has good experience in cutting hair to cut your curtain bangs for you. You don’t want to fumble around with your scissors and create a mess that is going to make you want to wear a hat when going outside for the whole week. Got it? Good. Now let’s see how you can style your curtain bangs. 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Blow Dryer 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Blow Dryer 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Blow Dryer 

The first and the most common way to style your curtain bangs is with the blow dryer. Grab a blow dryer and a round brush. For super-bouncy curtain bangs, go for a 1-inch round brush. The rest is pretty simple. First, part your hair down the middle. Then blow-dry your bangs away from your face, wrapped around a round brush. Twist the brush through your bangs all the way at the end so it feathers out and then styles the rest of your hair however you please. 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Straightener 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Straightener

Style Curtain Bangs With A Straightener

Another way you can style your curtain bangs is with the hair straightener. By using this you can give your curtain bangs some extra body. Use texturized, flat-iron waves for a more voluminous look. Start by placing your hair straighter an inch off your face. Take your bangs between the straightener and slowly twist your flat iron away from your face to help give your bangs more direction. Run it through a few times until you are happy with the look. 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Curling Iron 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Curling Iron 

Style Curtain Bangs With A Curling Iron 

You can also style your curtain bangs with curling iron too. A 1- or 1.25-inch curling iron is great for faking the round-brush blowout look. Make sure you also have a texturizing spray on hand and a medium-hold hairspray to keep your curtain bangs in place. The process is pretty similar to how you would use the hair straightener.  

 

And those are the 3 best ways you can style curtain bangs. This style of bangs might be easy to maintain, but they do require a little bit of styling to make them look pretty. You can do this styling at the comfort of your home though, so it’s really no big deal. Still, if you feel uncomfortable, you can always book an appointment with a pro who will walk you through the pros and cons of getting bangs for your texture.

 

But if you don’t have the time to try them out, then you can always count on the hair extension to save the day. We have some amazing ombre, wavy, and raw bulk hair extensions that are all made from high-quality Raw Vietnamese Hair. They can definitely help you with your hairstyling game!

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