There's no doubt that bangs are back in a big way. The fall runway shows at Versace, Marni, and Elie Saab all featured models styled in straight-across-bangs for that extra edge. But if the bold look isn't quite your style, then these alternatives might change your mind:
Hair Liners: These extra-short, forehead-bearing bangs will definitely draw attention to your face especially when paired with long hair.
Brow Lifters: The length of these bangs are typically suitable for just about anyone. If you want to stand out, try pairing it with unexpected side chops for a innocent ‘60s do.
Eyelid Grazers: This retro fringe is a heavy trend worth trying at least once. Be sure to tell your hairstylist to keep in heavy up front. And if you don't quite like it, at least you won't have to wait long to grow them out.
The Mop Toppers: If super-sleek bangs isn't your thing, you can always just mess it up for a more carefree look.
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