Call them french bangs or french girl bangs, these days they are the classiest and chicest way to look effortlessly stylish and add a bit of shape to your look. French bangs are timeless and look super feminine.
French bangs, or French girl bangs, are a long, full, angled fringe that typically hits below the eyebrows at the shortest point and around the cheekbones at the longest point on the sides.
So here are 6 trendy examples of french bangs and which ones will suit our Lahori girls.
LAYERED FRENCH BANGS
Cut at an angle, your French bangs can be combed neatly or casually to one side. On long hair with natural waves, the fringe pulls the whole look together.
BOB WITH BLUNT FRENCH BANGS
Is there any other way to truly get that Parisian princess look than by rocking your French bangs with a red beret? A short, bluntly-cut bob with straight fringe will be amazing for your thick hair.
MIDDLE PARTED FRENCH BANGS
Women with long hair love French inspired bangs because they add dimension and texture to hair that is past the shoulders. If you don’t like bangs to be in your face, ask the stylist to cut the bangs with a middle part so you can push them to the side. This effect will frame your face and make cheekbones pop. A swipe of red lipstick doesn’t hurt, either!
PIECEY BANGS WITH LONG HAIR
Having piecey bangs is an increasingly popular style, especially for ladies with long hair. Their chunky look works for both thin and thick hair. Cut them bluntly and straight across or go with a more choppy cut – there’s no bad here!
FRENCH BANGS FOR ROUND FACE
French bangs are lovely on round face shapes thanks to the curtain-like parting at the middle. This draws the eye in and downward, imbuing full cheeks with long, leans lines. While curly or more texturized hair types can rock these bangs on full faces, sleek styles that are set far back on the head create length best.
FRENCH CUT BANGS WITH PONY TAIL
One of the best ways to wear bangs is with a long ponytail. Women with long, thick hair can pull it up into a classic ponytail to keep hair off of the neck and shoulders while still benefitting from face-framing French bangs. This look requires minimal styling to be done in the effortless French way.