Long hair with curtain bangs is popular for its face-framing feature. The cut has a considerable length that grazes past your mid-back. And, you know what it’s best for? Versatility!
These sort of bangs look like the curtains in the theatre. The strands are shorter in the middle that get longer towards the sides.
“A long hairstyle is a great way to introduce yourself to bangs,” says hairstylist Skye of London, UK. If it’s not for you, let it grow out. If you love the result, maintain the cut.
To know how long your bangs should be, always consider the length of your tresses. For instance, if the hair is waist-length, the bangs would better be chin-length.
Skye adds that “the curtain fringe sits better at when they are cheekbone-length.” It emphasizes the cheekbones and lifts any woman’s face.
Feel free to consult a professional. Ask whether your preferred cut and length suit your face shape, features, and hair type. Like Skye says, “You want it to be easy enough to maintain and to look stunning.”
Middle-parted bangs need more upkeep than your lengthy locks. All you need is a quick blast with a hairdryer to remove any kinks or bends, but it’s more than doing nothing at all.
Here are the trendiest ideas on wearing long hair with curtain bangs. Save these images to show to your stylist next time you visit the salon.
Dark Chestnut Long Hair with Center Part Fringe
Embracing your roots with a dark chestnut color, may set you back into what feels naturally like you. My best advice for loving your color is to allow dimension to be apart of your canvas.
Pairing long hair with a center part to drawback the framing of your face helps to compliment your style.
Razored Layers with Long Middle-Parted Bangs
If you have heavy hair, consider razored layers with long middle-parted bangs. Long blonde hair with curtain bangs is youthful and radiates effortlessness. Air dry or diffuse with a beach spray and texturizing cream for a lovely lived-in and beachy vibe.
Blonde Flowing Long Curtain Fringe on Long Hair
The best way to avoid flat framing is to add an angled fringe. The short to long layering stacks your framing, building volume and opening up your hair. This gives your layers a fuller appearance. Ask your stylist for their recommendation on a bang length. You will want it to compliment your face shape.
Voluminous Curtain Bangs for Long Tousled Hair
Channel your inner Farrah Fawcett with voluminous curtain bangs for long tousled hair. Long layered hair with curtain bangs is trending in a major way right now. Add some retro flair with a big blowout, then style with root volumizing spray and a light-hold hairspray.
Related: See more layered hairstyles with curtain bangs.
Golden Brown Hair with Curtain Bangs and Volume
The number one trending bang right now is a curtain bang. Pairing these bangs with some face-framing layers is the best way to bring shape around your face. This also creates instant body and volume. Ask your stylist for tips on the best way to style this look.
Long Layers with a Face-Framing Fringe for Thick Hair
Consider long layers with a face-framing fringe for thick hair. Wearing long straight hair with curtain bangs gives heavy hair a lift and can create movement and texture without sacrificing length. Blow-dry away from the face and set with a workable hairspray to achieve an easy but polished look.
Related: Front layered haircuts for long hair.
Layered Curtain Bangs with Money Pieces for Long Hair
A very popular trend right now is layered curtain bangs with money pieces for long hair. Long hairstyles with curtain bangs are very versatile shapes and work on a variety of hair textures. Ask your stylist to cut your fringe with a razor for a softer, wispier effect.
Platinum Wavy Hair with Curtain Bangs for a Fuller Face Shape
Try platinum wavy long hair with curtain bangs for a fuller face shape. Longer lengths lean out a round face while curtain bangs keep the hair from looking too heavy. Plus, bright platinum is very on-trend right now. Keep in mind these fashion colors do require a lot of in-salon maintenance, so consider this when talking to your stylist at your next appointment.
Related: Slimming long layered haircuts for full faces.
Long Wavy Hair and a Face Frame for Older Ladies
For a style refresh, consider long wavy hair and a face frame for older ladies. To keep your look modern and youthful wear a center part with a long curtain fringe for long hair. Style with a large barrel curling iron and a beachy texture spray for a perfectly tousled do.
Face-Framed Curtain Bangs for Long Balayage Hair
If you’re interested in lifting the face and complimenting the eyes, consider face-framed curtain bangs for long balayage hair. Soft curtain bangs for long hair can soften harsh features or a long face and can create tons of volume. A long style can create lightness and movement without sacrificing overall length. Air dry or diffuse for something lived-in or blow dry with a round brush for a more glamorous finish.
Face-Framing Highlights and Curtain Bangs for Copper Hair
If you are in search of bright modern color and a style that highlights eyes and cheekbones, try face-framing highlights and curtain bangs for long hair. Long curtain bangs for straight hair accentuate facial features and face-framing layers soften a longer face. Keep in mind that red shades can be the hardest to upkeep, so ask your stylist if this would be a good option for you.
Shag with Wispy Ends and Curtain Bangs
If your cut needs an upgrade try a shag with wispy ends and curtain bangs. Curtain bangs, for long hair with a round face, highlight eyes and cheekbones, and create movement around the face. Soft, razored ends create a lovely lived-in shape that requires very little styling time.
Related: Best ways to wear curtain bangs for a round face.
Long Soft Shag with Bardot Bangs
Consider a long soft shag with Bardot bangs and beach waves if you need a change. Long haircuts with short curtain bangs and soft layers are a perfect way to frame the face and accentuate the eyes. A shaggy style works on a variety of face shapes and hair types, so ask your stylist about which version would be best for you.
Middle-Parted Waves with Wispy Curtain Bangs
For a millennial makeover, consider middle-parted waves with wispy bangs. The look is trending in a major way. Wispy curtain bangs for long hair provide a youthful and low-maintenance style option for the modern woman.
Long Sun-Kissed Hair with Bardot Bangs
Consider long sun-kissed hair with Bardot bangs and beach waves for those needing a change. Long hair with a curtain fringe and soft layers is a perfect way to frame the face and accentuate the eyes.
Long Curtain Fringe on Layered Blonde Hair
Consider long curtain fringe on layered blonde hair for a light and modern style. Long hair with curtain bangs and layers is a great way to keep your hair long but change up the shape. Remove weight and create texture in a fun and low-maintenance way.
Face-Framing Bardot Bangs with Beach Waves
Consider face-framing Bardot bangs and beach waves if you have long hair. Long haircuts with curtain bangs and soft layers are a perfect way to frame the face and accentuate the eyes. A long hair style works on a variety of face shapes and hair types, so ask your stylist about which version would be best for you.
Long Shaggy Hair with a Curtain Fringe
For a retro look, consider long shaggy hair with a curtain fringe. Layered long hair with curtain bangs is a trendy style that is low-maintenance and wearable. Suitable for a variety of hair textures and face shapes, ask your hairstylist if this would be a good option for you.
Long Curtain Bangs on Long Brown Hair
Consider long curtain bangs on long brown hair for a hip and modern style. Long brown hair with curtain bangs and layers is a great way to keep your hair’s length but change up the shape. Remove weight and create texture in a fun and low-maintenance way.
Highlighted Waves with Bardot Bangs
Consider highlighted waves and Bardot bangs if you have long hair. Long curtain bangs for wavy hair are a perfect way to frame the face and accentuate the eyes, and soft highlights add definition and create texture. A curtain bangs style works on a variety of face shapes and hair types, so ask your stylist about which version would be best for you.
Soft Curtain Fringe on Dark, Wavy Hair
To open up the face, try a soft curtain fringe on dark, wavy hair. Loads of layers on long dark hair with curtain bangs can breathe life back into heavy and weighted-down hair. Ask your stylist for a razor cut for the perfect lived-in shape.
Center-Parted Blonde Hair with Long Bangs
For a millennial makeover, consider center-parted blonde hair with long bangs. Wavy long looks are trending in a major way. Long wavy hair with curtain bangs provides a youthful and low-maintenance style option for the modern woman.
Thick Curtain Bangs for Long Textured Hair
Thick curtain bangs for long textured hair can balance out the shape of a cut. Removing bulk and weight from long hair with layers and curtain bangs is the perfect way to create movement and lightness in heavy hair. Long looks can be tailored to an individual’s face shape and hair type, so ask your stylist what would work best for you.
Soft Modern Shag with Curtain Bangs
For women with thick hair, consider a soft modern shag with curtain bangs. Although great for a variety of textures, the shape is particularly beneficial for ladies with a dense hair type. You can keep the length but lessen bulk and create movement through layering. A long shag hair style is also low-maintenance, making it perfect for someone with little to no styling time.
Feathered Curtain Bangs and Layers
If you’re searching for a modern shape, consider feathered curtain bangs and layers. Curtain bangs and long layers are trending in a big way right now. Style with a middle part for a youthful and fashionable style.
Wavy Copper Hair with Long Curtain Bangs
If you’re in search of a warm rich color and a style that highlights your eyes and cheekbones, try wavy copper hair with long curtain bangs. This combo is a showstopper and can work with almost any hair texture and face shape. Keep in mind that red shades can be the hardest to upkeep, so ask your stylist if this would be a good option for you.
Long Layers and Face-Framing Bangs
Interested in lifting the face and complimenting the eyes? Consider long layers and face-framing bangs. A cheekbone-grazing fringe on a layered haircut is very flattering and can soften harsh features or a long face. On mid-back length hair, a layered style can create lightness and movement without sacrificing overall length. Air dry or diffuse for something lived-in or blow dry with a round brush for a more glamorous finish
Waist-Length Layered Cut with a Long Curtain Fringe
For those with tons of hair, consider a waist-length layered cut with a long curtain fringe. Waist-length hair can be super heavy. Lighten it up and create movement by adding lots of layers and a curtain bang. Round brush smooth or use a large barrel curling iron to create beachy waves.