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By Jennifer-Short Published 07/28/2015 14:30:00 | Views: 2873
Anyone can benefit from these bang-up ideas
 

BANG TYPE: ASYMMETRICAL

A long, side-swept fringe makes a short, rounded bob look amazing! Layered ends can be flicked up and when paired with a cut this short, the fring blends easily into the side. This fringe is right for anyone except the woman who has a small forehead

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BANG TYPE: BLUNT

Looking for a quick way to make fine hair look thicker? Consider a blunt-cut fringe. Whether you keep the sides long, wear a bob or opt for sideburns, the fringe becomes the cut's focal point. However, this look won't work if you have strong facial features or square jaw line

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BANG TYPE: BARELY THERE

A light little veil of hair gives you the feeling of a bang without having to remove too much length. Best for someone who doesn't really need a fringe, it makes a bob more playful without changing the overall feeling. Because the wispy pieces span the sides of an asymmetrical cut, you need a stronger part line.

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BANG TYPE: CONVERTIBLE

By parting hair on the far side and styling a wide panel across the front, you get a faux fringe effect. Blow-drying is a must to make the look stay in place, so it's best for women who don't mind spending a little extra time on styling. Part hair in the middle, and bangs disappear

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BANG TYPE: SUPER-FULL

The short crop always benefits from bangs, whether it's super-short or long and full. When your cut is tapered tight in back, a big bang like this adds balance. For  a feminine touch, have the fringe texturized for subtle separation. If you have the neck and jaw line to pull off a cut this short, the fringe will put extra emphasis on your eyes

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BANG TYPE: PIECE-Y

A bang that's irregular at the ends provides all sorts of styling options, from brushing hair back to pulling down just a few pieces. Here, the fringe is paired with a cap cut, but when it's blended at the sides, it'll work with a bob, too. Full of youthful flair, it's ideal for anyone who wants to finger-comb and go

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BANG TYPE: BEVELED

With so many women wearing a bob, bangs make all the difference. To customize your cut, opt for longer, beveled bangs that softly taper off to one side. The shape works for almost anyone who loves the bob, and the direction of the angle can be used to balance the face or make one smaller eye appear bigger

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BANG TYPE: BLENDED

Here's a great bang for almost any cut that's on the short side. Long and full, the fringe blends to the sides and shows off subtly notched ends. In fact, the entire cut is based off the fringe. Grow your hair a little longer and keep it blended—it only looks sexier

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BANG TYPE: FASHION FORWARD

If you want a more dramatic look, a fringe that's cut out around the face and ends in a little sideburn is ideal. Naturally, with so much of the face exposed, the look demands a balanced face shape. Try tri-toned color for even more edge or a tamer color treatment for a softer feel

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Jennifer-Short
By Jennifer-Short 07/28/2015 14:30:00
 
 
 
 

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