#1: Soft bangs and even long layers
Try a flattering look with soft bangs and equal length layers. Cutting long layers into your hair will make your long strands more manageable. You will also have weightless movement. The best way to frame your face and complete your look is to add bangs and something soft face framing layers. Ask your stylist for one balayage on your straight hair to really light up.
#2: Curtain bangs on medium length brunette hair
Give your straight locks some life with curtain bangs on medium length brunette hair. A medium length cut is perfect for your sleek locks to keep them looking thicker and healthier. Curtain bangs is the perfect alternative to the traditional bang. They will instantly frame your face for a more youthful appearance.
#3: Medium length hair with long layers and bangs
Looking for a new hairstyle without taking too much length off? Ask your stylist about forehead hair would be suitable for your face shape. Straight across bangs that are textured will give you a look that is both bold and soft at the same time. Put it together with some face framing layer to bring this amazing look together.
#4: Elegant shoulder length cut with sheer bangs
Sheer bangs are all the rage at the moment. The bang trend always exists in one form or another. If this is something you are interested in, be very specific with your stylist. Everyone’s interpretation of this may be different. I have found that this particular bangs trend looks best on ladies with fine-medium hair.
#5: Long razor cut layers and bangs
As a stylist, one of my favorite things to do is break out my razor for a haircut. Cutting hair with a razor can give more of a textured, feathery look like in the photo above. However, be aware that not all customers are the right candidate for a razor. So talk to your stylist to see if this is right for you.
#6: Sleek straight fringes on long hair
Slim straight fringes on long hair highlights the eyes and frames the face. The bangs add a playful touch if you’re someone who likes to pull your hair up. This will make you look put together on days when you only have a few minutes to style your hair in the morning. Bangs need a 4-6 week touch-up to keep them out of your eyes.
#7: Long bangs with front layers for round faces
Long bangs with front layers is a fabulous hairstyle for round faces. This is because it creates the illusion of a narrower face. In addition, the soft framing layers are a good idea for shaping round faces. Style with a round brush and flick it in instead of out.
#8: Summer blonde hair with bangs
You want summer blonde hair with side-swept bangs, no matter the season. You’ll always be in style with lightly layered and highlighted blonde locks. Add the long bangs, which can be cut to just the length you want. Cheek length, nose length or chin length all work to accentuate yours long straight hair with bangs. Try a side-swept face frame and add interest to your cut.
#9: Straight shaggy hair with long bangs
There are variations of the straight shaggy hair that can be adapted to your texture and density. If you have too much smooth fine hairface framing will give you similar results while maintaining natural density.
#10: Medium Bob with Micro Bangs
Micro bangs is a cool new trend that is exploding! If you’re not afraid to try something new and stand out, this look is for you. These types of bangs will go well with any hair length. But one medium length angled bob would add to the boldness of the bangs.
#11: Straight black bob with fringes
Go for a flattering hairstyle with straight black bob with bangs. A bob complements all different hair types and face shapes. Short straight hair with bangs will be easy to style with minimal effort. The forehead hair needs the most styling and maintenance.
#12: Blunt Bob and bangs with tousled texture
Go for an eye-catching cut with one blunt bob and bangs with a tousled texture. If you have fine straight locks, cutting the ends blunt will make your ends appear denser. This will give you a fuller look. Shoulder length straight hair with bangs is easy to style. But the bangs require a lot of maintenance. Getting your hair cut frequently will keep your hair healthy and your haircut in shape.
Related: Best Short Straight Bob Haircuts.
#13: Blowout Style with Bardot Bangs for Oval Faces
Consider a blowout style with Bardot bangs. Oval faces are ideal and your options are endless when it comes to hairstyles. Middle bangs are a great introduction to bangs and work on most face shapes. The growth is painless and the maintenance is very low. When styling, use a large round brush for a polished style that lasts for days.
#14: Sleek Long Bob Cut with Straight Bangs
Get a sleek long bob cut with straight across bangs if you want to be trendy this season. The heavy cross bangs will beautifully compliment your shiny lob and give you a slightly mysterious vibe. Put a few drops of Olaplex 7 bonding oil rub between your palms and then onto your hair for extra shine.
#15: Soft shag with textured bangs for fine hair
Give your straight hair a feathery movement with a soft shag with textured bangs for fine hair. If you want to prevent your straight, fine hair from hanging, consider a neck-length haircut. Make the style your own by customizing your cut with feathered layers and bangs. This will add body and texture for fuller locks.
#16: Face-framing layers and bangs for older women
Consider face-framing layers with bangs if you’re an older woman. Face framing layers will bring softness to your face. Plus, they can be customized to highlight your best features. When mixed with full bangs, your frown lines will be hidden.
#17: 90s neck length hairstyle with bangs
This 90s neck length haircut with bangs can be the change you are looking for. If you want short hair but have fine hair, look no further! Styling will be easy with straight bob with bangs.
#18: Short Mullet Shag with Baby Bangs
If you are a woman who has wanted a funky new look, consider one mullet with micro bangs. This look is very much in style right now and can easily be finished after air drying with just your hands and some wax. Be sure to have a full consultation with your stylist to determine if the cut is right for you.
#19: Slender long hair with light bangs
Slender long hair with light bangs is a sexy hairstyle. It is ideal for straight to slightly naturally textured hair, but not very curly hair because the bangs need to be straightened daily. If it’s humid or your forehead gets sweaty, straight bangs can frizz and curl unless your hair is naturally straight.
#20: Messy layered cut with bangs for thin hair
For women with thin hair try rocking a messy layered cut with bangs. ONE medium length haircut is a good length for thin hair, making your ends look fuller and denser. Soft and messy layers are good for thin hair to add fullness and volume. Make sure not to over-layer or your thin hair will look more sparse. Adding soft bangs is the perfect way to frame your face and update your look.
#21: Pixie Undercut with Piece-y Bangs
Get a pixie undercut with piece-y bangs and rock a short hairstyle. Make sure your stylist layers your top and fringe to achieve a choppy shape. Point cutting can be applied for more texture and can help your hair grow better. The best option is to style your hair more forward for a trendy finish. You will definitely want to use a texture paste to bring out the spiciness.
#22: Straight tousled hair with bangs in the middle
Shoulder length hair is beautiful. It can be a good way to highlight certain features, such as your neck or collarbone, in the same way that bangs can bring attention to certain parts of the face. This is a great haircut for women with a bit of wave in their hair. Be warned: curtain bangs on straight hair don’t look like that without being properly styled every day. So talk to your stylist to make sure this look is right for you.
#23: Blonde lob with straight bangs
Look sleek and sophisticated with a blonde lob with straight bangs. Make sure your straight lobe lands either just above your shoulders or below to avoid an awkward length. For example, if it falls in between, it will tilt up and will not sit properly. Chipping at the ends will give your straight hairstyle movement and body. Finish with bangs to frame your face beautifully.
#24: Short choppy bangs on a vintage hairstyle
Give your straight hair some style with short choppy bangs on one vintage haircut. Choppy bangs are full of texture and movement. Bangs will hide your forehead and hide unwanted wrinkles and lines. Just be prepared to maintain your bangs by cutting them every 3-4 weeks. Use a round brush when blow-drying to give your straight hair some movement and body.
#25: Straight voluminous layered cut with bottleneck bangs
Look totally on trend with a straight voluminous layered cut with bottleneck bangs. Swoop bangs are the new bangs that make your hair look funky and fresh. Shorter in the middle and longer on the sides gives the bottle neck shape and will create a softer growth. Bring your straight hair to life with layers and body for the perfect voluminous style.
Related: The best ideas for straight hair.
#26: Sleek bangs and subtle layers
Sleek bangs and subtle layers are a smart and stylish hairstyle perfect for your fine to medium, straight to slightly wavy hair. That side bangs looks good if your side part is quite long over. Style with a large round brush and blow dryer with a nozzle.
#27: Graduated Bixie Cut with Wispy Bangs
If you are a woman who has always worn her hair in a short bun, such as a pixie, but want to update your look, try a bixie. A bixie is a combination of a bob and a pixie and is one of the hottest trends. As a stylist, I often suggest some tousled bangs to my clients with this to add some interest around the face and keep the overall look very light.