If you’ve been debating on trying a new hairstyle, then adding bangs is probably one of the easiest and trendiest ways to switch up your average ‘do for the new season. Check out how these Latina celebs wear their fringe before you make the cut.
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Ana de la Reguera
If you have a heart-shaped face, like Ana de la Reguera, then style your bangs so they look piece-y. This will make your forehead seem smaller, and help draw away the focus from a pointy chin.
Round-shaped faces deserve more dramatic bangs like Nicole’s. Follow her style, making sure that your ends are slightly chopped and uneven.
Try styling your bangs like Jessica; spilt the bangs down the middle and sweep them to the side, this frames your faces and draws the focus to your eyes.
Side-swept bangs are very flattering. They make a large forehead seem smaller and the entire face appears less round. If you have an oval face, cut your bangs so that they graze past the corner of your eye and stop right above your cheekbone.
The statement-making fringe, like Monica’s, looks best when it sits between your lids and brows. Arrange the fringy bangs with your fingers, and position the wisps where you’d like them.
If you have tighter coiled hair, you can still pull off curly bangs, like Yaya. When styling your bangs, use a curl defining cream to add extra bounce to your curls.
Jordana’s bangs are cool, and not too proper. The separation near the middle adds imperfection to the style. These bangs flatter any face shape as long as you separate them with your hands to give them separation and messiness.
Short bangs make a good cut, they also slim a round face and make the forehead appear longer. Cut your bangs just two inches back from your eyebrows, and push them to the side for a more appealing look.