Adding bangs to a medium haircut is like putting a cherry on top of an ice cream sundae: it completes the look. Here are some lovely medium hairs with bangs hairstyle options to consider whether you have curly hair, straight hair, or something in between.
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Medium Choppy Bangs
Straight bangs are appropriate for hair that is neck to shoulder length. A rough, choppy cut is always a safe choice if you don’t know what to do with it.
Heavy Side-Swept Fringe
Side bangs can help to soften angular jawlines and robust facial bone structures. These gorgeous bags are incredibly versatile in style, allowing you to wear them down or pin them up whenever you choose.
Angled Side Bangs
The most versatile option for any medium-length hairstyle is long side-swept straight bangs. Brush and pin them to the side to keep them out of your face, or let them down for a flirty effect.
Cute Baby Bangs
These adorable bangs complete your look and make it even more welcoming. It’s also the style of charges to acquire if you don’t want to deal with standard bangs’ upkeep.
Radiant Medium-Length Hair with Bangs
A round or heart-shaped face can be balanced appropriately by using gentle waves and lovely side-swept bangs to frame the face. The golden blonde tint is also ideal for always making you look beautiful and vibrant.
Blonde Hair with Bangs
With this girl-next-door appearance, you’ll look lovely and flirty! The dark roots and highlights level out the volume throughout the hair and allow you to add subtle beach waves to the ends.
Elegant Updo with Bangs
Put a layered fringe with a face-framing effect on an exquisite, elegant updo to give it a modern twist. This disheveled loose braided updo is ideal for any night when you want to wear a gorgeous gown.
Bangs for a Round Face
This sloppy shoulder-length cut is perfect for anyone looking for a low-maintenance hairdo. Straight choppy bangs like this can also help to open up and lengthen a round face.
Wavy Hair with Bangs
Thick layered waves add width to your head, ideal for oblong features. Furthermore, the bangs disguise some of the lengths on your face while emphasizing your beautiful eyes and facial characteristics.
Flattering Shoulder-Length Hair with Bangs
This style appeals to me because it is quite fashionable for women and girls of all ages. A layered one-length cut with heavy side-swept bangs is the look. The color is a titanium glaze applied to hair that has already been lightened. There are a few things to think about if you’re aiming for this appearance. To keep the appearance, you’ll need to regularly use salon-quality shampoo, conditioner, and styling products. If you want to have some fun, I recommend going out and having your stylist make you stylish!
Curly Hair with Bangs
This is curly shag with a lot of volumes. Something with a rock ‘n’ roll vibe, yet something gentle and feminine. The curled bangs, which are flattering on everyone, are my favorite part of this look.
This is a very low-maintenance style. The lengthening is excellent, and it can be pushed even farther with bang trims. Pulling all hair forward, making the curl in, adding a styling cream, and either air-drying or drying with a diffuser for extra curl and volume is a simple style to achieve. Suitable for practically any sort of wave or curl. Curl it up!
Mid-Length Bangs for Oval Faces
This is a fresh spin on a traditional style. The lob has been my favorite cut for a long time because of its adaptability. Medium-thick, straight-wavy hair looks best with this style. I wouldn’t recommend this cut if you have curly hair and don’t want to blow it out. To obtain this appearance, you’ll need a texture product. R+Co Sail was my choice. Spray on dry hair and let it air dry if you’re blowing it out; if you’re not, spray on damp hair and let it air dry. It’s a perfect length for women who don’t want their hair to be too long but still want to be able to draw it back.
Naturally Curly Bangs
The naturally curled bangs are my favorite part of this look! Natural curls can be embraced and flaunted in a fun way. They make a great impression despite their ease. Because we all know how much curly hair bounces, have your hairdresser cut your bangs on the long side. Also important is the use of styling products. You’ll need a nice curl cream to de-frizz your hair and keep your curls in place. It should be supple and not gritty to the touch.
Medium Angled Bob with Bangs for Fine Hair
This is a messy textured bob with a long angled bob. You also utilized Redken’s unique color fusion line to create a stunningly bold, vibrant color that can be easily updated with Redken Shades EQ gloss as needed. This appearance is appropriate for someone who understands how to maintain a fringe. Every four weeks, they should be trimmed. This cut is perfect if you live an active lifestyle because it’s a sassy shape with enough length to put your hair in a low to mid ponytail if you need to! It’s ideal for someone who has fine, flat hair and wants to add volume and texture.
Straight Bangs for Thick Hair
If you have colored hair, always use a color-safe shampoo and conditioner! (The Wella Brilliance range is one of my favorites.) Begin by spraying your hair with a heat-protecting product, such as Nioxin Therm Activ, then blow-drying it smooth with a brush or a blow-dry and flat iron. A round or flat paddle brush and a blow dryer will be needed to style the fringe. This is an excellent option if you wear your hair up a lot or are often on the go.