Curly Bangs (fringe)


Posted in Celebrities on January 4th, 2011 by Reagan

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My bangs have grown out for the most part and are at the point where they are hanging in my face all the time. I can’t decide if I want them short again, or grown out! I saw a girl on the subway New Year’s eve with curly bangs, and she just looked so feminine and pretty. I really love the look, it’s a bit late 70s.

I can’t decide!

What do you think?



18 Responses to “Curly Bangs (fringe)”

  1. amber Says:

    I think. I love it.

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  2. Amanda Says:

    Cute – but will it be a lot of work to keep ‘em curly, or will your natural wave do it for you? My natural curl takes down lower, but my bangs are bone straight except for a cowlick. Boo.

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  3. tonya lynn Says:

    i love them – if they aren’t a super thick section. I also like them when they are kind of parted like in the first picture – so that they are more ‘side swept’ rather than full on bangs.

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  4. Kat Says:

    That would look totally cute on you! I think you could definitely pull off some curly bangs, and why not just try it for a little bit? Weren’t they curly when you did Sid and Nancy, and you loved it?

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  5. Manda Says:

    I have really curly hair and even curlier bangs. I don’t straighten them often because I feel like they give my head a little extra spunk. Plus, it’s so fun to walk with bouncy hair.

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  6. Stacie Says:

    Adorable, I say go for it!

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  7. Jen Says:

    Jen here- reporting for team curly bang.

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  8. Anna Says:

    It’s a cute idea but I feel like you could get tired of it really quick and then be annoyed with having to Bobby pin your bangs back until they grow out again.

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  9. michelle Says:

    Totally do it. I tried to get my bff stylist to give me bangs a couple of years ago but she told me it wouldn’t work well for me since my hair is curly. I disagreed. She challenged me to find her one picture of someone who looked good with curly bangs. So I’m totally sending her your link (which I have already done before, but I’ll do it again) so she can see. I don’t think my curl is actually tight enough though to have it look like these girls.

    Ever since you did the blow drying bangs with a round brush tutorial I’ve been thinking about cutting me some bangs. I’m getting a brazilian blowout next week (trading my stylist bff a brazilian blowout for sewing lessons) and I’m pretty sure I’ll get bangs at the same time – cause if its mostly blown out then I can do the whole side swept bang thing – which I love.

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  10. Jessica Says:

    I’m having the same dilemma. My bangs are longer (they go behind my ears except for one piece) but they fall into my eyes so easily! I can’t decide whether to keep growing them out or cut them short again.

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  11. Loralei Says:

    I have shoulder length, dark brown, fine, curly hair (ringlets). I need some help styling it, as I’m at a age where I’m tired of fighting the curls to “tame” them, yet afraid to “let them do their thing.” I got a tiny (1/2 inch) curling iron for Christmas, and with it I can “tweak” some of my curls that start to go a little wild. I’m all for you having curly bangs–for purely selfish reasons–because you just might give some hints on styling or products. Your hair looks amazing no matter what.

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  12. Heather Says:

    I’m doing it, and your post just sealed the deal. I’m going for the Sissy from Urban Cowboy look I think. Great post!

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  13. Christina Says:

    I too have long curls, what I did is I twisted them and clipped them just above my ear. so its like wavy and gives my face and extra shape. I like it.
    But I was more happy with my short bangs..I wish to grow hair…

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  14. Dawn Michelle @ Minimalist Beauty Says:

    I have very curly hair and was just debating this same thing. Last week I finally did it and cut bangs with a few framing layers around my face. It was the best thing I’ve done! Whatever you decide will be beautiful.
    I’m also loving the Tightly Curly Method for styling. Twirling/smoothing each curl can be a bit time consuming at first but having beautiful curls for up to a week at a time with daily refreshing and bunning at night is so worth it.

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  16. Jennnnn Says:

    So, did you ever end up doing something curly? I have curly hair and I desperately want bangs, but every hair dresser I go to says no!

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  17. Erica Says:

    just wondering if you went with the bangs, and if you have a pic! old post, i know.

    i am curly and haven’t had bangs since i was really little, but live on a boat in blustery juneau, alaska and would LOVE to not have my hair in my face all the time – just free and easy!

    i also have kind of a narrow forehead in relation to the rest of my face, and have always noticed that my face looks better with my forehead covered (as in, when looking in a rearview or hand mirror and my forehead is ‘cut off’).

    scared to do it, but very tempted! need more curly bang pics!

    thanks!

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