If you don’t have bangs, chances are you contemplate cutting fringe at least once a month. The grass is always greener, right? If, however, you’ve finally decided to take the plunge, don’t glance at a pair of scissors until you’ve found your bang inspiration. We combed through Pinterest to bring you fringe for every style, from barely-there baby bangs to vision-obscuring curtains.
Click through our slideshow above for 21 hairstyles to take the salon.
Channel the ‘60s with a half up ‘do complete with tons of volume and a center part.
If you’re really ready to chop it all off, go for this combo of piecey pixie and baby bangs.
Who needs to see when you’ve got fringe this fabulous?
We love how these choppy bangs angle towards the center of the face.
Use long side bangs to conceal a faux-bob.
Kirsten Dunst’s center-parted long bangs seamlessly blend with her layers.
Chin length layers + messily clipped bangs = street style perfection.
Messy bangs are the ideal compliment to a pristine braid.
Work with your bedhead, not against it.
Let the rest of your hair dry naturally, but blow out your bangs to keep them shiny.
Thinner fringe can hold its own in a messy look without looking dirty.
These above-the-eyebrow bangs won’t obscure your vision, as long as you keep them trimmed!
A mischievous smile is the perfect accessory for this grown-out pixie with side bangs.
This pageboy style gets a modern twist with thick fringe and ends that curl under.
The combination of long layers, natural texture, and slightly parted bangs are giving us major flower child vibes.
This look is perfect if you’re growing out both your bob and your bangs.
Even supermodels can’t always make their bangs behave.
We’re coveting this second-day hair look.
Way before JLaw got the haircut heard ‘round the world, she was rocking these classic ‘90s waves and barely-there bangs.