When you wear eyeglasses, seeing clearly isn’t the only thing you struggle with. Picking a hairstyle can be a challenge, too. You consider not just your face shape but also your frames when choosing a hairstyle. You might have thought of getting bangs, but then decided against it because fringe might be too overwhelming for your bespectacled face. Well, how about we junk that thought? Fringe and eyeglasses can go together. Check out these ideas on how to sport bangs with glasses.
How to Rock Bangs with Glasses
1. Ponytail with Bangs
Whether you’re working from home or going out for quick errands, this ‘do lets you face your day in style.
Editor’s tip: Maintain smooth, frizz-free hair by washing it with Cream Silk Standout Straight Conditioner.
2. Side Bangs and Tendrils
Side bangs or curtain bangs can help you look young and trendy when your hair is in a bun and you’re wearing eyeglasses. Add tendrils for a soft, dainty look.
3. Blunt Bangs
Look sleek and high-fashioned with straight, blunt bangs and eyeglasses. Once you get blunt bangs, you have to commit to daily blow-drying and styling so they maintain their shape. You also have to get a trim every three weeks so your bangs don’t interfere with your glasses. You can also get baby bangs, which are shorter than full bangs, if you want to look edgier.
4. Top Knot with Full, Blunt Bangs
Put your long hair up in a top knot to draw attention to your bangs and eyeglasses. Nail this look by blow-drying and ironing your bangs straight so they don’t get out of shape in the middle of the day.
5. Medium Bob with Bangs
Want a short haircut to go with your bangs and eyeglasses? Get a medium bob. It’s fresh, plus it lets you experiment with various short hairstyles, too!
Editor’s tip: Keep your hair from getting dull by washing it with Sunsilk Naturals Sakura and Raspberry Radiance Shampoo. It leaves your hair fresh and radiant, so you can rock any hairstyle you want.
6. Bob with See-through Bangs
If full bangs with glasses look too overbearing for you, you can go for see-through bangs. It’s trendy, fresh, and won’t overpower your face if you have a petite face shape.
Editor’s tip: Is frizz putting a damper on your style? Use Dove Straight & Silky Shampoo and Dove Straight & Silky Conditioner. This duo has Micro Moisture Serum that calms frizz and leaves your hair silky smooth.
7. Wispy Bangs with Glasses
8. Space Buns with See-through Bangs
Wear this Korean hair trend with space buns for a fun and quirky look. If you have perky frames, this hairstyle lets you show it off, too.
9. Curly Hair with Side Bangs
Glamming up a little? Create soft, romantic waves and direct your bangs towards one side. This look suits your eyeglasses, no matter what type of frames you have.
10. Layered Hair with Side Bangs
Make your medium-length hair look bouncy by going for a layered haircut. Side bangs go seamlessly with this ‘do, and your fringe can blend with the rest of your hair once it starts growing.
11. Square Bangs with Glasses
Square bangs are easy to understand. They’re simply bangs that are wide, reaching a little farther than your temples. It tends to balance the length and width of your face, so you can try this type of fringe when you have a long or round face shape. Wear eyeglasses and look amazingly gorgeous even with less effort!
12. Pigtails with Bangs
Wear this playful look when you’re working out at home or when going for a quick grocery run. You can even add a headband to make your hairstyle even more fun.
Editor’s tip: Frequently tying or braiding your hair can cause hair breakage. To make your hair strong, wash it with Sunsilk Strong & Long Shampoo. It has biotin and aloe vera that helps in letting your hair grow strong and nourished.
With these chic hairstyles, you have every reason to wear bangs with glasses. Go ahead and get the fringe you’ve always wanted.