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Fall Fringe Styles For Your Face Shape

Fall Fringe Styles For Your Face Shape

Mandy Moore‘s “curtain” bangs soften her square face shape.

From the runway to the red carpet, bangs have made a major comeback this fall. Check out our All About Bangs Look Book to try on the latest celebrity styles, and keep these pro tips in mind when searching for a new fringe hairstyle.

Face Shape:
Best Bang Styles: Consider a “curtain” bang, which is a long bang style that can be center parted so it swoops down each side of your face. This shape can soften a large forehead and also draw attention away from a prominent jaw line. Heavy side swept bangs will also look beautiful on you and help add softness to a very defined facial structure.
Try these styles: Mandy Moore, Kim Cattrall, Anne Hathaway

Face Shape:
Best Bang Styles: Gently layered or angular bangs work wonders to minimize the fullness of a round face, not to mention they highlight a great pair of eyes. Avoid a too-severe blunt cut bang style, which can add more width to your face.
Try these styles: Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Hudson, Christina Ricci

Face Shape:
Best Bang Styles: In general, oval faces are the most versatile, especially when it comes to bangs. Because of the even proportions of the length and width of your face, you can go with any fringe style from blunt to wispy, so it’s more of an aesthetic choice. Blunt transmits a confident, bold look, while wispy lends a girly, more romantic quality.
Try these styles: Ashley Tisdale, Jesssica Alba, >Kelly Rowland

Face Shape:
Best Bang Styles: Reigning in the wideness of cheeks on a heart-shaped face can easily be achieved with long, layered or chipped bangs. Our favorite technique is to unevenly part these feathered bangs, so they are lightly scattered across your forehead.
Try these styles: Reese Witherspoon, Katie Holmes, Eva Longoria

Want to see what you’d look like with one of the latest celebrity bang hairstyles? Check out our All About Bangs Look Book and try them on!