Bangs/ Fringe Hairstyle Trends 2020
After a year in which bangs and fringes kept a low profile and was all about long, face veiling layers, 2020 is marked by the much needed comeback of the stylish fringe designs. If you’re ready to make some changes in your hairstyles, take a peek at the hottest looks for the year ahead.
The classic bangs and fringes have demonstrated their ability to transform a look in an instant decades ago, so no wonder that they are still a huge trend in the hair industry. The new hair cutting techniques and the new styling products available have opened the door for new bangs and fringe designs that are easy to wear and style. From layered, cropped or asymmetrical, to blunt, straight across, rounded and curved-under fringes, there’s a look for everyone for long or short or medium-length locks.
Bangs are universally flattering as they come in various shapes and can be adapted to suit different hair lenghts, from short to long hairstyles, meaning you won’t even have to change your overall hair length to add a bit of a drama, mystery or a playful touch to your look.
Bold and Blunt
Hair by EsteticaHair by Karine JacksonHair by Monroe HairdressingHair by Room 97
Straight across cut bangs look amazing and they are definitely the style that will be in the spotlight in 2020. Long, blunt cut bangs with their face-framing ability add a certain mystery to any look, bringing both elegance and glamor in an instant. If you’ve got a round face shape, don’t let your bangs get too wide and opt for softer, layered versions of the bangs. Pair blunt fringes with stylish messy top knots, high ponytails, loose curls or beach waves in 2020.
70s Rounded Bangs
Hair by Marc Antoni Hair by Lisa ShepherdHair by Lisa ShepherdHair by Lisa Shepherd
As a reminiscence of past decades, rounded bangs that sweep across from temple to temple are also a style to consider in 2020. Renowned for their ability to bring out cheek bones, they also give a feminine frame to the face and can easily conceal a broad forehead.
Longer, layered bangs are definitely the style that flatter most face shapes, so when in doubt, have layered side bangs cut in. Layered, convertible bangs need the least commitment and can be easily grown out if desired. A great benefit brought by side swept layered bangs is their versatility, meaning they can be created on different hair textures and can be styled messy, sleek, wavy or curly, without losing their flair. Perfect for both short and long locks, side swept bangs can take your hair out of the ordinary without too much fuss.
Hair by RushHair by Gregory Kaoua
If you’re all about statement styles, you can turn your attention towards intricate cuts that create a strong impact. Asymmetric, cropped fringes will attract a generous amount of attention towards the face, so if you love the attention, be free to make a serious statement with these fierce high fashion looks.
Edgy Cropped Fringes
Hair by Emiliano Vitale Hair by Mieka HairdressingHair by John GillespieHair by Joico
Colored bangs and fringes are big in 2020. If you have the attitude, add vibrant, bright pops of color throughout your bangs for the ultimate hair statement. Use dip-dying or panelling to dye blocks of hair and break up a boring base color.
Hair by AestheticsHair by Mieka HairdressingHair by JoicoHair by Karine Jackson