It was a time that you could walk around without seeing plenty of hairstyles that were draped over the curtain. They were extremely popular in the 1990s and the early 2000s, and it appears that it’s time to see their style re-invigorate. In the present, more and more women are opting for the curtain style! The bangs are named after their appearance reminiscent of curtains. The curtain bangs split and frame the forehead typically with a middle section. But side-partings and other variations are increasingly common in the modern fashions. This makes the design more attractive to a greater variety of people. So we’ll take a look at some different styles. The variety of hairstyles available can be somewhat daunting to try and work through all of them. Look through this list we’ve created to make it easier for you to get started.
Blonde Curtain Bangs
It’s impossible to go wrong with a bob cut. However, standard haircuts with bangs are a bit boring. Find a few layers with hair that is sloppy, and accent your hair by using a turquoise shade.
Classic Middle Part
The bangs of this kind are most popularly styled with a middle. Every part of the hair are pulled toward the side in order to blend into other long hair, curly brown locks.
Shag haircuts are now trendy. The shag is a great choice with plenty of movement and texture and adding the curtain bangs is an important feature of the hairstyle. The space between the bangs’ sides is very small while the tips of both sides are shaped into a sleek point that is distinct from the rest of the hairstyle.
Ladies with thin hair must opt for a wavy look so their hair appears thicker. Your hair should be arranged in a bob, so that the thinness of your hair is not as obvious. Make sure your bangs on the curtain are longer in comparison to the other hair. The cheekbone length is an ideal length to frame your face.
Do you want a cut that stands out? You might think about having burgundy red hair. Keep your hair straight but do a wavy on the ends of them to ensure you have a bit more energy and movement in your hair. Keep your bangs very small so that they stand out apart from your hairstyle.
Would you like your bank to stand out in comparison to other hairstyles? Make them dyed! The muted pink shade complements the natural brown look of the head. There are a few hair strands that have been dyed to a more vibrant shade, and also the bottom of the hair is also dyed.
70s Inspired Look
Curtain bangs were popular in the 1970s, therefore this actress pays tribute to the looks of the decade. The fringe covers the majority of the forehead and leaves only a tiny space across the side. It is a long way off from your face, and stands out from the other hairstyles that hug the face.
Blonde and Brown
If you’re looking for a cut that is full of character you should consider hair with blonde highlights, with dark, almost black brown visible beneath. The hairstyle should embrace your face and be worn in a wavy style. There should be a small space between the two sides of your fringe.
Choppy hairstyles always have plenty of natural movement. The choppiness is focused in the bangs to bring the attention up to the very top of your face. A subtle wave will aid in enhancing the overall appearance of your style.
Long haired layers always are noticeable, especially when the ends of the layers are spread out like here. The layers are also able to connect the look of your bangs and other parts of your hairstyle. If you’re looking to stand out more, color your hair with a unique shade like this fiery red shade.