#1: Middle part bangs on middle back-length hair
If you want to change your look completely, try a bangs in the middle of the hair in the middle of the back. Switching up where you part your hair and going for a center part will give your straight hairstyle a completely new view. It may feel or look strange at first, but believe us, it’s a classic hairstyle that has made a comeback and has been around for a while. This hairstyle will help bring out and highlight your best facial features that you couldn’t see before and give you a new graceful glow.
#2: Curtain fringes and pieces of money on long straight hair
A curtain fringe combined with a coin on long hair is the perfect way to transform your hairstyle. Adding a coin is super trendy. It’s a pretty low-maintenance way to make a bold statement that accentuates your entire face and hairstyle. Along side curtain fringes on straight hair helps soften the hair around your face, compliments your face shape and features and goes perfectly with your trendy new coin.
#3: Layered straight hair with curtain bangs
Be on trend with curtain bangs and layered hair. Having layers is one of the best things you can do for your straight locks. Layers will bring movement and body to your dangling strands. Adding a curtain bang will give your face a lift and instant cheekbones.
#4: Long layers with soft curtain bangs
Long layers paired with soft curtain bangs is a haircut you must try if you have thick hair and love a low-maintenance hairstyle. While this hairstyle can work great on women with all hair types, it’s best with thicker hair because you have a lot more hair to work with when you add the long layers of curtain bangs. Styling can be almost effortless if you own a round brush and a blow dryer. With the right hair products, you can ensure that your hairstyle remains bubbly and sexy all day long.
#5: Long blowout hairstyle with curtain bangs
Try a long blowout hairstyle paired with curtain bangs for a bouncy, voluminous look. Long straight hair with layers and curtain bangs are the go-to style for medium to thick hair. Try styling your blowout with a blow-dry brush or a traditional round brush.
#6: Long Bardot bangs on medium length hair
Consider long Bardot bangs if you have medium length hair and want your next clip! Great for women over 40, Bardot bangs are fun, stylish and easy to manage. A usual straight style can be taken up by adding layers that add movement and texture to your hair.
#7: Long Bob with curtain bangs for square faces
Try one long bob with curtain bangs if you have a square face. Finding a hairstyle to compliment and enhance your face shape is key when choosing the right hairstyle. These long curtain bangs appear soft and tousled and can be styled with a round brush while blow drying to keep the bangs out of your face. Be sure to brush the top of your hair forward while drying to create the “curtain” effect.
#8: Curtain Bangs with Razor Cut Layers
Try curtain bangs with razor cut layers if you have very thick hair. Long curtain bangs can take some time to train if you haven’t parted your hair in the middle, but can easily be trained by brushing the hair forward and only curling the ends back and away from your face. A straight cut on thick hair can sometimes lack texture and softness around your face. Ask your stylist to cut with a razor and/or thin scissors to really remove the extra weight and bulk to bring your hair back to life.
#9: Wispy Curtain Bangs with long feather layers
Tousled curtain bangs paired with long feathered layers will make your hair look softer in all the right places. Long straight hair with curtain bangs can be easily styled by using a round brush when you blow dry your hair or by using a curling iron when the hair is completely dry. You can choose to push the bangs out of your face because they are so light and airy, which is great if you live an active lifestyle. If you want to wear them down for a more flirty style, be sure to finish them with hairspray to keep their shape and style.
#10: Soft Shaggy Bob with a face frame
Turn your lifeless hair around with a face-framing soft shaggy bob. Bobs are one of the most versatile haircuts that can be customized specifically for you. Soft face-framing layers will give your straight hair movement and body. Avoid cutting too many layers because the ends can start to look sparse and thin.
#11: Medium length shag with layered bangs
A medium length shag with layered bangs is the perfect cut if you’re looking for a hairstyle that will give you volume, shape and natural texture. Long curtain bangs should be styled with a round brush when blow-drying to ensure your hair lies in the direction you want it to stay until the next time you shampoo. Make sure you straighten your layered bangs forward, straight down in front of your face, then arch outwards with the round brush when your hair is almost dry. Blow-dry styling reduces your overall styling time and keeps this sleek hairstyle easy to manage.
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#12: Layered cut with side curtain bangs for thick hair
ONE layered cut with side curtain bangs is exceptionally great if you have thick hair. Ask your stylist to give your hair plenty of face-framing layers, as this will make it much easier to style this cut with a round brush when you finish your hairstyle. If you have a lot of thickness and bulk, thinning and texturizing your hair will create softer, lighter ends. If you can spare the extra time in the day to blow dry your hair with a round brush, this hairstyle is simple to achieve.
#14: Shoulder length textured cut with long bangs
A shoulder-length textured haircut with long bangs is an effortless hairstyle that requires little to no downtime if you have naturally straight hair. Ask your stylist to give you over-straightened, tousled layers and finish the ends of your layers with a razor or thinning scissors to soften your ends so they blend in perfectly with the rest of your hair. Long curtain bangs because straight hair always looks amazing and is one of the easiest hairstyles to maintain. You can spray a texture spray if you want more texture and volume in your hair OR a shine spray if you’re looking for something sleeker and shinier.
#15: Curtain pan and chopped ends for thin hair
If you have thin hair, consider adding curtain bangs and choppy ends to your current hairstyle. Curtain bangs on long straight hair add so much shape to your hair and highlight your features. This hairstyle requires minimal effort. So it’s an easy change to make to transform your look and get the most bang for your buck, literally!
#16: Messy Layered Bob with Bangs
A messy layered bob paired with face-hugging bangs is one of the best styles to flatter any face shape. Great for wider foreheads, framed bangs add coverage, while messy layers add texture and style.
#17: Face-framing layers and bangs for fine hair
If you want to add shape to your flat hair, try some face-framing curtain bangs on your straight hair. You can easily use a round brush or a large curling iron to create a bend that flatters your cheekbones. If you have finer hair, add more hair to your bangs for fullness.