A Guide to the Many Different Types of Bangs
The ways in which you can cut bangs is so vast, so encyclopedic, it could merit its own Dr. Seuss verse. You can chop bangs to frame the eyes; you can sweep bangs to one side. You can wear bangs with a bob; you can wear bangs to your job. (Should we keep going? OK.) You can part bangs right down the middle; you can cut bangs till they're really little. You can snip bangs to just above your brow; the world is your oyster, do you get it now?
It doesn't stop there either, you see. Fringe can also vary in length and style — O-M-G. The ends can be blunt, curved, curly, or cropped; there are so many options, in fact, this cut cannot be topped. So, how are you to know which bangs haircut to choose? That's why we're here: to do the hard part for you.
Types of Bangs
How to Cut Bangs
We should preface this by saying your first stop to getting bangs should always be to the salon and a hairstylist. This will ensure you don't botch the ends or cut them too short. That said, if you're in dire need of a trim, these tips from a pro will help you cut your bangs safely. All you'll need are sectioning clips, a comb, and hair clipping scissors.