Feathered bangs hairstyles offer a dose of versatility to just about any hairstyle. This style uses a haircutting technique called “feathering” to create a soft-edged look. This technique can be used to create full fringe, curtain bangs, or micro bangs. Are you thinking about trying out this retro-inspired style? Read on to check out five ways to wear this look:
5 Feathered Bangs Hairstyles to Try Now
Here are five trending ways to wear feathered bangs:
1. Full Fringe
Get right into the feathered bangs trend with a set of full fringe. This straight-across style uses a significant portion of your hair for a full and thick set of bangs. Your stylist will use a feathering technique to soften the ends of the style and give you an all-over retro look.
2. Micro Bangs
Instead of settling for a classic fringe set, consider trying out micro bangs. The significant thing about micro bangs is that your style will stand out against your forehead and be visible. We love these feathered micro bangs and the major statement they make!
3. Curtain Bangs
If you are a long-haired girl who favors long layers, you still have a feathered bangs option! These feathered curtain bangs blend seamlessly into the rest of the haircut for an all-over cohesive look. Add a frizz-free finish to your style by washing and conditioning with Nexxus Ultralight Smooth Weightless Frizz Protection Shampoo and Conditioner.
4. Bottleneck Bangs
Bottleneck bangs are a crowd favorite, and they are super trendy right now. These bangs start short in the center and get longer as they meet the face-framing layers in the rest of your haircut.
5. Blended Bangs
Finally, both short and sweet, we have this blended bangs bob style. This style blends your feathered fringe directly into your bob style for a super cohesive look. Recreate this textured look by finishing your styling process by misting your strands with Suave Dry Texture Finishing Spray.
Are you thinking about trying out one of these styles? Be sure to share the results with us over @AllThingsHairUS!