01/6Pick a style that will suit you and flatter your face

Pick a style that will suit you and flatter your face

A lash-skimming bang with a tight bun is strong but ultra-chic look. Modern Family's Sarah Hyland sported this hairstyle at the FYC event. Her stylist Ryan Richman also used AG Hair's Tousled Texture Spray to add volume.

by Darielle Britto
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02/6Wispy Bangs

Wispy Bangs

'Fifty Shades of Grey' actress Dakota Johnson is sporting an ultra-cool wispy bang. If you are not looking for a drastic change in your look, this simple bang has the power to transform without overdoing it. Best of all, it looks great on pretty much any gal. So if you are looking for a mini makeover, try a wispy bang. You know what they say: Sometimes less is more.

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03/6Thinned-out fringe

Thinned-out fringe

If you have long luscious hair like Sofia Vergara then a thinned-out fringe can look fun and light. Run a bit of dry shampoo through the bang if it sticks to your forehead.

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04/6Curly Bangs

Curly Bangs

When you think bangs, you think straight or flowy hair. But curls seems like a wrong match to pair with a fringe. However, actress Zendaya proves that's not true. Spirals can look banging with a frizzy fringe.

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05/6Curtain Bangs

Curtain Bangs

Last year, curtain bangs made a huge comeback, according to data collected by Pinterest. And it's not hard to see why as the style that became a hit in the 60s is a classic and very versatile no matter how long your hair is. Broke Girls actress Kat Dennings showed off her bang with them parted down the middle.

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06/6Side-Swept Bangs with a Bun

Side-Swept Bangs with a Bun

Women with high cheekbones should opt for this pairing that looks sweet and dainty and flatters the face. The best part about this type of bang is that it works for all hair types.

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