Long Hair With Side Bangs: 10 Pegs for a Trendy Everyday Look
Bangs are so in nowadays, and they come in different types. You have the high-fashioned blunt bangs and the edgy baby bangs. If you want to inject some K-wave into your look, there’s the see-through bangs. Meanwhile, hairstyles with side bangs are not left behind as far as hair trends are concerned. And if you’ve been wondering how to wear long hair with side bangs, you’ve come to the right place. We’re rounded up chic ideas just for you.
10 Ways to Rock Long Hair With Side Bangs
1. Shoulder-Length Hair with Side Bangs
Side bangs can blend seamlessly with shoulder-length hair because they are relatively long. To style your side bangs, part your hair either on the left or right. Then, comb your bangs in place. Apply hair wax for texture and definition. If you decide to grow out your side bangs, you can simply tuck them in your ear to get them out of the way.
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2. Long Glam Waves With Side Bangs
Side-swept bangs frame your face and add more flair to this glamorous hairstyle. You can create huge, well-defined waves by dividing your hair into several sections and wrapping each around big hair rollers. Blow-dry your hair with the rollers on to set the shape, remove the rollers one by one, and gently brush your hair to loosen the curls. Finish by spritzing hairspray all over your hair.
3. Bun with Side Bangs
Is it sunny and hot outside? Put your hair in a bun to keep you cool and refreshed. Don’t worry. this updo goes well with side bangs, too. With your bangs swept on the side, they don’t have to contend with sweat on your forehead should you be doing a lot of leg work throughout the day. If you want your side bangs to stay put on extra busy days, just secure them with a bobby pin.
Editor’s tip: Don’t let frizz get in the way of a great hairstyle. Use Dove Amino Restore 1 Minute Serum Conditioner, which has amino-infused serum capsules that go deep into your hair to treat frizz and dryness from within. It leaves your hair silky smooth and soft in just one minute.
4. Thin Hair With Deep Side Part
If you have thin hair, you can make it look thicker by parting your hair deeply on one side and adding side-swept bangs. You can also wear your hair like this to add balance to a heart-shaped face or a long face.
5. Long, Lightly Tousled Down ‘Do
Go for a messy-chic ‘do by finger-combing and scrunching your hair to add texture and movement. Side bangs add charm to this casual hairstyle, especially when you also style then with your fingers to complete the laidback vibe.
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6. Low Ponytail With Hair Clips
Side-swept bangs add oomph to a simple low ponytail. You can even jazz it up even more by accessorizing with a hair clip or two.
7. High Ponytail with Side Bangs
A high ponytail never goes out of style and is flexible enough to go with any hair trend. If you want a sleek ponytail, use a flat iron on your hair and fringe.
8. Twin Braids With Side Bangs
You can also incorporate side bangs into a two-braid hairstyle. Just remember to divide your bangs equally into two sections when you part your hair in the middle before braiding it. Comb your bangs towards the left and right sides and style them with a flat iron to keep them in good shape.
9. Hair With Highlights
Add a bit more depth to your long hair with side bangs by coloring your hair. Feel free to play around with various coloring techniques. Balayage highlights make the color blend seamlessly with your hair, even if your hair starts growing. Layers and waves also become more apparent and defined when you dye your hair, so this is another reason to get some highlights along with your side bangs.
10. Faux Side Bangs
Not yet sure if you’re ready to commit to a fringe? Get faux ones. Do this by first tying your hair into a high ponytail. Then, get a section of hair from this ponytail and bring this section forward until the tips cover your forehead. Secure this section on top of your head using bobby pins and form a bun by wrapping the rest of your hair around the base of your ponytail and putting it in place with bobby pins. Style your faux bangs using your fingers, and you’re done.
Now that you have all these ideas, get ready to rock long hair with side bangs. With their versatility and low maintenance, we don’t think they’re going to go out of style soon.