There’s nothing like the feeling of getting freshly cut bangs, whether it’s your first time or not. A fringe is an easy way to update your look and can be the perfect option if you have the itch to try out something subtle and new. But, if you’re looking for something a bit on the edgy side, don’t underestimate the many ways in which you can turn the classic fringe into something that looks a little artsier and fun like pointed bangs.
Pointed bangs, better know as V-shaped bangs, or triangle bangs have been around for years. It’s a style that has been widely worn by Gothic women and during the Retro fashion era. The style is back and looks super fierce on many face shapes. Take cues from this style and create a look that works for you. Read on below for our favorite fringe styles inspired by pointed bangs:
Pointed Bangs Inspiration
1. Pointy Bangs and Pixie
If you’re looking for a fringe style that blends in with the rest of your edgy haircut, go for this asymmetrical option. We love how this style looks with styled neat or slightly disheveled. For the no-fuss disheveled look, rough-dry your hair to style and amp up the texture with some Bed Head by TIGI Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray.
2. Pointed Bangs Bob
Update the sleek classic bob haircut with a set of edgy pointy bangs. To achieve the clean lines effect, ask your stylist to cut your hair blunt all around. When styling this look at home, be sure to use products that ensure your hair will remain straight and free from frizz like TRESemmé Smooth & Silky No Frizz Shine Spray. Finish your style with this spray to keep your look in tip-top shape.
3. Retro Pointed Bangs
Whether you’re trying this look out for a retro-themed party or this is your personal style, you can’t go wrong with these bangs. There’s so much fun you can have with this style. To update the look, play around with different hair scarves or headbands.
4. Pointed Bangs with a Side Part
For a more practical yet stylish take on the pointed bangs style, opt for this sleek side part style. To recreate this look, part your hair in the direction you want it to fall, then flat iron it bone straight. Finish off the look with a flexible hold spray like Dove Style+Care Flexible Hold Spray.
5. Side-Swept Pointed Fringe
For a more classic spin on the look, try this side-swept style. You can pair this up with any hairstyle you choose. Wear the back of your up, wear it long; try a bob or go for a lob.
6. The Full Pointed Fringe
Have thin hair? Try this style to offset the fine look of your hair. Ask your stylist to cut a thick fringe, and fray the ends in a v-shape to give the illusion of layers.