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Bangs Are Back: Celebrities Who Rock Forehead Fringe

Kerry Washington

Bangs Are Back: Celebrities Who Rock Forehead Fringe

From wispy to bold, bangs are definitely back for the season. They look wonderful with almost every hair length, texture, and face shape, and can add some ease to your morning hair routine.

Bangs can be a scary trim: for first-time choppers, they can seem too high-maintenance or intimidating. And while they may be too much to handle for some, most find them a fun way to spice up a drab haircut or add some fun texture to their hair. These celebrities have some of our absolute favorite bangs and showcase how great bangs can look on every type of face, hair length, color, and texture. If you’re considering taking the plunge into some forehead fringe, read on for some celebrity inspiration!

Penelope Cruz

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Penelope Cruz
Penelope’s easygoing bangs help frame her face and show off her beautiful angled jawline. As a bonus, they keep her voluminous mane from looking too heavy, and add some weight towards the front of her head as well. A+!

  • Face Shape: Square
  • Hair Length: Long
  • Hair Texture: Wavy/Curly with lots of body and volume
  • Bang Style: Thick and side swept
Kerry Washington

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Kerry Washington
Kerry’s super-feminine bangs make sure to not overwhelm her delicate features by leaving little bits of space: she definitely doesn’t just have a solid block of hair on her forehead. The wispiness keeps Kerry’s cut looking fresh, young, and vibrant.

  • Face Shape: Heart
  • Hair Length: Mid-length, collarbone
  • Hair Texture: Naturally kinky and curly, chemically straightened
  • Bang Style: Delicate, feminine, and wispy
Beyonce

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Beyonce
Always the one to set trends and go for the big looks, Beyonce’s new baby bangs look spectacular! Paired with the light caramel color, long length, and Veronica Lake-esque curls, she looks like the epitome of a modernized 50s pin up girl. Try this baby bang look if you’re feeling adventurous!

  • Face Shape: Heart
  • Hair Length: Long
  • Hair Texture: Voluminous and textured
  • Bang Style: Pin-up baby bangs
Alexa Chung

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Alexa Chung
We absolutely love the way Alexa Chung’s bangs frame her beautiful bone structure! These bangs work great for women who don’t have a lot of forehead space to work with, and for those who want to emphasize their eyes. The peek-a-boo effect that this bang cut has keeps all the focus on Alexa’s eyes, without detracting from her strong jaw.

  • Face Shape: Square
  • Hair Length: Short, mid-bob
  • Hair Texture: Straight, somewhat thin
  • Bang Style: 70s parted shag bangs
Reese Witherspoon

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Reese Witherspoon
For those of us lacking in the volume department, Reese Witherspoon’s bangs are the best option for trying out fringe. Because her bangs start to far back, they give the illusion of a bigger forehead, which helps even out Reese’s heart-shaped face. The color placement is key as well: her darker roots give the illusion of fullness, adding more volume to her hair.

  • Face Shape: Heart
  • Hair Length: Collarbone-length
  • Hair Texture: Straight, somewhat thin
  • Bang Style: Romantic, wispy bangs with exposed roots
Anne Hathaway

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Anne Hathaway
If you’re trying to take on the daunting task of growing out a pixie, Anne Hathaway’s bangs might be your best bet. While the rest of her hair stays ultra-short, her bangs are a little longer, and help bring attention to her eyes and eyebrows. Their airiness keeps the look from being too matronly.

  • Face Shape: Oval
  • Hair Length: Pixie
  • Hair Texture: Straight
  • Bang Style: Airy, choppy side bangs

Have a celebrity bang crush? Let us know in the comments!

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