I think as part of being a woman you have to go through a phase of wanting bangs. Some of us are brave enough to make the chop, and some will always be left wondering. For those of you who are thinking of going for some bangs, take some time to think about the right bangs for you. Just because Jennifer Anniston can rock a heavy fringe doesn't mean you can too!
Face shapes that work for this look: round, triangle, ovalBabydoll bangs are kept very fashion forward. They are cropped at the temples appearing to be very short, similar to a traditional doll fringe. This fringe is a little harder to pull off but is perfect to hide some forehead, or add the bare minimum fringe to your face.
Sia to the Brow
Face shapes that work for this look: round, long, triangle, square, oval
This is the go-to when you think of bangs. It's the straight across fringe that is sharply cut so it gives off a more geometric line. Very Sassoon-esque! This look can also be softened to not to give such a bold line. These are the cover up bangs, perfect for a large forehead, to shorten a face, or to draw attention to the eyes.
Dramatic angular bangs
Gia Smith,Hannah Rose, Brittany Dabney and Ally McMahan.