#1: Thick Long Curtain Bangs
Can you see yourself with thick, long 70’s curtain bangs and medium-length wavy hair? I recommend you should try it! Wearing this style will instantly make you look more glamorous. It compliments all face shapes depending on where your layers start around the face. To nail the look, I suggest using a flat iron to create soft waves with the ends of your hair. For extra shine, use a serum or glossing spray throughout your lengths for a desirable finish. This style is excellent for women who have thicker hair. It can help to keep their locks soft and light, with lots of movement.
#2: Dark Red Mid-Length Chop with Peek-a-Boo Curtain Bangs
Try dark red mid-length chop with peek-a-boo curtain bangs and layers at your next appointment. Hairstyles with curtain bangs are great for women who wear their hair up or down. It will give you a definition around your face for either look. Adding peekaboo highlights will add brightness and enhance the color that you have. And if you need to, the highlights can be easily changed if you like to keep your look evolving.
#3: Soft Curtain Bangs
Soft curtain bangs can be cut to suit almost any hair type. They’re great for creating density if you have thinner hair and adding lift and shape around your face. Proper consultation with your stylist before your appointment is key to ensuring this hair trend is right for you!
#4: Thick Curtain Fringe
Thick curtain fringe bangs are making their way into every stylist’s chair. And the best part is that it can be very personalized per guest. I suggest you bring some photos to help your stylist understand your desired style. If you need to elevate your look, consider getting some inspo like this! If this wavy hair with curtain bangs is your desired look, dark copper hair is a popular shade this season.
#5: Flattering Curtain Bangs for Women Over 60
If you’re a woman over 60, curtain bangs will give your hair the texture and volume it needs and eliminate any thin, scraggly dead ends. A curtain bang is a great length if you want to avoid committing to a full fringe. Bangs are a great way to soften and hide your forehead wrinkles. Make sure to brush your hair forward to create the “curtain” effect of your bangs and set your style in place with a volumizing hairspray.
#6: Lived-In Curtain Bangs for Curly Hair
Try curtain bangs if you can let your curls live out loud! Curly curtain fringe bangs are great for naturally curly hair types and can be modified to different lengths to suit your face best and curl type. For extra lift and to diminish unwanted frizz, try styling with a large round brush and finishing with your favorite curl-defining cream.
#7: Feathered Curtain Bangs
Long curtain bangs are great for medium to thick hair densities and a great way to change your look without sacrificing the overall length of your hair. Styling bangs can take some practice but can be achieved using a round brush and blow dryer technique or a large barrel curling iron. Ask your stylist to point cut or texture the ends, and add framing around your face. Cutting curtain bangs and layers like this creates a fuller, feathered look.
#8: Classic Curtain Bangs for Long Straight Hair
Longer curtain bangs on long straight tresses add a ton of visual dimension and texture. This hairstyle with curtain bangs is relatively easy to maintain but does require styling to get the most out of this look. Please ask your stylist to help you understand styling tricks, techniques, and the right products to take your style to the next level.
#9: Trendy Shaggy Bob with Curtain Bangs
Consider a shaggy bob with curtain bangs if you want to change your style. A haircut with curtain bangs like this is perfect for you if your hair is medium to thick in density because the soft layering will remove excess bulk from your hair while adding movement. This style is fairly low-maintenance, so you only need a trim every eight weeks with a bang trim in between.
#10: Short Curtain Bangs
Opt for short curtain bangs to modify your fringe or a dramatic change with a significant shape around your face. Short layered curtain bangs have an almost 80’s vibe that is modern, refined, and best suited to medium and thick hair densities. Added texture using a razor or point cutting create a soft edge that can blend with any hair style.
#11: Shoulder-Length Hair with Curtain Bangs
Shoulder-length hair with curtain bangs is ideally suited to most hair types and is a more low-maintenance style. These hair bangs are totally in trend and a great option if you want to try out bangs without commitment. Keeping the length at the shoulders creates density in finer hair and is refined for an on-the-go lifestyle.
#12: Long Layered Hair with Curtain Bangs
Long layered hair paired with a curtain bang creates a lot of movement and shape around your face, perfect for thicker hair densities and hair needing some oomph. Ask your stylist about ways to add texture without removing the density and fullness if you want extra softness or volume.
#13: Long Shag with Bright Blonde Curtain Bangs
The long shag with curtain bangs is all the hype this year. Another look brought back from the 70s is a sexy haircut with curtain bangs that will turn heads wherever you go.
Related: Best long shag haircuts with curtain bangs.
#14: Beach-Ready Curtain Bangs for Thin Hair
I often recommend to my clients to try curtain bangs if they have thin hair to give the appearance of fullness. They will help you shape your hair and enhance your facial features.
#15: Mid-Length Cut with Full Curtain Bangs
A mid-length cut with full bangs is a beautiful layered haircut. Perfect for any hair texture, thick hair can most certainly feel less weight while having fun bangs around your face.
#16: Low-Maintenance 70s Curtain Bangs
70s trendy curtain bangs are classic and easy to maintain. Feel free to pin them to the sides or tuck them behind your ears if they get a bit longer. One of the best things about these bangs is they suit any wavy haircut, either long or short.
#17: Flattering Curtain Bangs for Oval Face Shapes
Here’s a stunning example of how curtain bangs for oval face shapes can frame your face and add softness to your curtain bang haircut. This fringe also helps add width to your cheekbones and creates movement around your face. Use a ¼ inch barrel flat iron for styling and finish, then use R+CO flexible hold hairspray.
#18: Flattering Curtain Fringe for Long Hair
What’s very flattering for long hair are curtain bangs that frame and contour your face. Often, women can get drowned out by a lot of tresses. Thus, allowing curtain bangs with long hair gives it more movement and draws attention toward your face. Wearing these bangs is always a fun, new option flattering for any face shape.
#19: Fashion-Forward Wispy Curtain Bangs
Wispy bangs are perfect for all face shapes. It enhances your eyes and cheekbones. Feel free to ask your stylist to texturize for movement, too. The best way to style these bangs is by using a round brush and a blow dryer with a low heat setting. Keep blow-drying from left to right until these perfect selfie bangs are fully dry.
#20: The Shag with Curtain Bangs
A shag with a curtain fringe is a haircut that ladies with thin, fine hair will enjoy. This messy chop’s body and movement create a full curtain fringe look. When styling, you should use Hairstory’s hair balm. It makes the perfect shaggy waves!
#21: Flattering Curtain Bangs for Round Face Shapes
Curtain bangs are perfect for accentuating your cheekbones if you have a round face. Breaking your face up at the width of the cheeks will slim and shape this area beautifully. Keeping the length slightly longer is more suitable for bangs for a round face shape. Check out more curtain bangs for round faces hairstyle ideas!
#22: Classic Bardot Bangs
We’ve all lusted over Bardot bangs that frame the face and soften a curtain bangs haircut. With your hair texture being the focus, the soft cut and subtle flick to the bangs grace your face perfectly.
#23: Curtain Bangs on a French Bob
The curtain French bob is the epitome of all bobs, bringing bangs up to date. This cut has a seductive layered shape to enhance volume and width with elegant curtain bangs to embrace the movement. Keep in mind that some styling will be required. Use a brush to maintain the flicky French bob.
#24: Curtain Bangs for a Lob Cut
The curtain lob is attainable for thicker-haired women. There’s no need to shy away from long bob haircuts with curtain bangs just because of your hair density. The length sitting below the shoulder allows the weight to hold the shape down. It even keeps your bangs slightly longer than eye length, as curtain bangs with layers soften the shape and highlight a prominent cheekbone.
#25: Stunning Curly Fringe for Curly Hair
A stunning curly fringe for curly hair should never be shied away from. But you should know that curly hair and curtain bangs are a combo that can be difficult to work with. However, allowing a smaller section of hair to sit on either side of your face opens your eyes to the most striking area. You can always start small with the amount of hair, and if you enjoy the shape, ask your stylist to cut the fringe wider.
#26: 70s-Inspired Curtain Bangs for Straight Hair
Add a ’70s vibe with cute curtain bangs for straight hair to enhance your shape. Straighter hair tends to fall flat. Combining curtain bangs with straight hair adds interest to your face.
Related: Best ways to pair all bangs with straight hair.
#27: Gorgeous Swoopy Curtain Bangs with Layers
Adding layers to swoopy curtain bangs can add life to your hair. Layers that blend around your face will add texture and softer movement. Talk to your stylist about ways to add texture without removing the density and fullness if you want extra softness or volume. For extra lift and to remove unwanted frizz, style with long hair curtain bangs with a large round brush and finish with your favorite curl-defining cream.
#28: Beautiful Curtain Fringe on Medium-Length Hair
Get everyone to lust after your straight hair with bangs or a beautiful fringe on medium-length hair. Mid-length hair can feel like you’re in that in-between stage of hair growth, but adding curtain bangs to your mid-length cut breaks up the length.
#29: Chic Curtain Bangs for Wavy Hair
Curtain bangs with wavy hair ooze chic appeal! The eye-framing shape beautifully sweeps the face and falls perfectly into the wavy hair wave for a modern Bardot curtain bangs feel.
#30: Alluring Long Curtain Bangs
Adding long curtain bangs to your haircut allows you to play with a subtle shape that will boost your style. Hair doesn’t need to be overly layered, which works great for finer hair. Long bangs add shape to weaker areas of your hairline.
#31: Ideal Curtain Bangs for Long Face Shapes
Adding width to your cheeks is ideal for long face shapes regardless of the length of your hair. These curtain bang hairstyles are flattering for long face shapes and sweeping both outer areas to open up your cheekbones and add fullness. Having layers that sit around the shoulder area will only elevate this effect.
#32: Cute Face-Framing Curtain Fringe on Short Hair
A cute fringe on short hair looks soft and creates a face-framing effect. Curtain bangs on a short haircut are versatile and easy to grow out. They’ll give you natural movement that works with your shag.
#33: Flattering Curtain Fringe for a Square Face Shape
If you have a square face shape, these bangs highlight your cheeks and jawline. Haircuts with bangs on square faces need a soft edge for that effortless flow. You can achieve this hairstyle using a round brush to create volume at the roots and a slight bend at the ends.
#34: Complimenting Curtain Bangs for Diamond Face Shapes
The most complimenting bangs for diamond face shapes are the curtain bangs. Hairstyles with bangs for diamond faces work for all hair types but require quick styling. It’s also great when tresses are either in a ponytail or bun. Ask your hairdresser about using the point-cutting method so your hair creates a soft, layered-sweeping shape and cheekbone-grazing bangs.
#35: Feminine Face-Framing Layered Hair with Curtain Bangs
Face-framing layered hair with curtain bangs are the feminine and ’70s-inspired fringe, parted in the center. This type of bang is for you if you have long hair and want a change without losing the length. With styling, less is more. I recommend a blow dryer to create a softer body on the ends. Dry shampoo is an absolute must, too!
#36: The Modern Bob with Curtain Bangs
The curtain bob has the ’70s-inspired bangs on a short bob haircut. This chop is a masterpiece. It looks more contemporary, modern, and very feminine. All the slicing and layering enhance natural texture. It’ll create something gorgeous that’s heat-free when washed. Try using GHD Soft Curl Tong to boost your texture and a JAYE Dry Texture Spray to finish it off. See more bobs with curtain bangs.
#37: Soft Curtain Bangs for Long Hair
A soft curtain fringe for long hair helps to frame your face and draw attention to your eyes. Cheekbone-grazing bangs and bits are a great way to add points of interest to a long hairstyle without sacrificing length—style with a light wax or pomade to help your curtain bangs in place.
#38: Mid-Length Brown Hair with Curtain Fringe
A curtain fringe on mid-length brown hair adds a soft and beautiful frame to your face. Easy to maintain and style, this photo’s straight curtain bangs work well with almost every hair type. Remember that curtains are typically cut and styled with a middle part accentuating your cheekbones.