#1: Sexy auburn bottle neck fringe
One of the best styles to grow out your curtain bangs too, is the bottleneck fringe. As styles evolve, you’ll have to see which variation works for you. ONE sexy maroon colorthis season’s trend color, would be a color alternative to change the look.
#2: Shaved bottlenecks fringes
#3: Long brunette hair with bottleneck bangs
Try the latest hair trend with long brunette hair with bottleneck bangs. Bottleneck bangs are a twist on traditional bangs. And they are easier to manage. They are light and fluffy, which is beneficial for a soft growth. This is a great way to ease into trying bangs for the first time.
#4: Medium Shag with a soft curtain fringe
Try one medium shag with curtain fringe if you want to add shape and texture to your current hairstyle. The key to this hairstyle is to brush the hair forward towards your face and part in the middle. You can style with a round brush to add volume and a nice inward or outward curve. Use a sea salt spray when damp and a texture spray when dry to enhance this textured hairstyle.
#5: Short blonde shag with bottleneck fringe
Update your look with one short shag with bangs. A shag with bottle neck bangs will add lots of movement and texture with its flipped ends. You want to keep your style looking raw to keep the cut fresh and trendy. According to shaggy blondes, they have more fun.
#6: Flippy bottleneck fringes
When you’re styling trends like funky fringes, it’s helpful to choose a length that frames your features. And you want a style that is manageable. Be sure to consider whether “on or off” your face would cause a problem. Even if this is a trim that could be achieved on your own between salon visits.
#7: Bottle neck bangs and crown layers
Be on trend with crown layers. Bottleneck bangs and fun and flippy and will update your locks. These bangs are my favorite type of bangs. They are easy to wear style and have a soft grow out. For example, normal bangs are high maintenance and require a lot more maintenance.
#8: Medium dark red hair with yellow peekaboo highlights
If you want to take a leap into the dark side, don’t be afraid to try a warmer color. Warmer tones will be softer and more forgiving than stark ash on lighter skin tones. Your best bet is to stay away from permanent color unless you are fully committed to red. For colors like yellow and orange, just use custom colored extensions.
#9: Wispy Bottleneck Bangs with Long Beach Waves
Whipped bottleneck bangs with waves look good on any face shape. Bottleneck bangs styles can be cut differently to suit every face shape. Long beach waves can be done by air-drying wavy hair with a texture cream. Add more waves with a curling wand if needed and finish with a texture spray.
#10: Short French bob with bottleneck bangs
A French bob with bangs is a modern take on a classic hairstyle. It gives off big Winona Ryder vibes and is very feminine. You want to brush your hair forward when it’s still damp so it lays nicely when it’s dry. Use a round brush technique on the ends of your hair as you blow dry to create flip underneath to style this short french bob.
#11: Middle parted bottle neck bangs on medium length hair
Update regular bangs by trying medium bottleneck bangs on medium length hair. The bottle neck brace gives a modern twist without maintenance traditional bangs with a softer growth. The medium length cut gives your locks a youthful look when curled with soft waves. Use a texture paste to define and hold the curl.
#12: Shoulder length hair with bottleneck bangs
Select shoulder length hair with bottle neck bangs is an easy maintenance cut that is universally flattering on most hair types and face shapes. Make sure the length is either just below or above the shoulders so it’s not at an awkward length that causes the hair to flip out when you style. When you have thicker hair, it may be necessary to thin the hair to fit properly for easier styling.
#13: Face-framing layers with long bangs
Face framing layer with long bangs is the ultimate rock star haircut. It’s messy, easy to style and gives you the perfect lived-in feel and look. The thicker your hair, the more hair there is to play with and have lots of fun with lots of different lengths and textures. It’s not necessary, especially if you already have a natural wave or curl in your hair, but a texture spray would be a great product to add to your shelf if you have straight hair or just want ultimate volume and texture.
#14: Soft Shag Cut with face framing layers and bangs
A soft one shag cut with face framing layers and bangs work for all ages. A soft shag will always be in style, creating a tailored cut with movement that works for any face shape. Curling away from the face will accentuate the cheekbones. Finish the style with a volumizing texture spray.
#15: Bottleneck bangs for square faces
Bottleneck bangs work well for square faces. Your stylist will be able to shape the bangs and face framing to work with your face shape. Cuts with bottleneck bangs are low maintenance, but will probably need to trim the bangs every 4 to 6 weeks to keep the shape. Bottleneck forehead hair grows out very easily, as the forehead hair just becomes part of the facial frame.
#16: Long textured layers with a face frame
Try long, textured layers with a face frame when you want movement around the face but don’t want to sacrifice length. Face-framing layers are a great way to connect bottleneck bangs’ hairstyles to the rest of the layers throughout your hair. Long layers are an easy wash-and-wear style if you have a natural wave or curl, but may require some styling if you have stiff straight hair.
#17: Heavy fringe on a messy bob
A heavy fringe on a bob creates a beautiful frame that is trendy with bottleneck bangs. ONE messy bob is a great way to create a wash-and-wear hairstyle that works well with an infused color.
#18: Bottleneck bangs and inner layers for fine hair
Go for bottleneck bangs and inner layers if you have nice hair. Bottleneck bangs haircuts can work well for fine hair and create shape and movement for otherwise limp and thin hair. Blow dry with mousse and a round brush for extra volume. You can curl the hair by twisting the hair around the round brush or using a wand/curling iron.
#19: Bouncing tousled shag with bangs for round faces
A tousled tousled shag with bangs will complement your round face structure and features. A shag haircut primarily consists of feathering on both the top of your head and the sides, mostly in front of the ears. This creates the illusion of fullness and volume at the crown with thinner, messy ends. This cut is best styled with a wave to the hair and a texture spray.
#20: Undone Layered Shag with Curtain Bangs
If you want to consider bangs, try curtain bangs with an undone layered shag. For instant cheekbones, bottleneck bangs are a go-to. Point cutting the layers when they are dry will give the shag cut more of that unfinished feel. Using a curling iron, section out the hair with some texture cream and your fingers.
#21: Textured haircut with whipped bangs for thin hair
A textured cut with whipped bangs can be cut with hidden layers so as not to remove thickness while adding shape. Bottleneck bangs hairstyles will always be around and they can be tailored to frame your face. Blow dry with a round brush to add volume to thin hair, then follow up with a wand to create a natural wave while leaving the ends straight. Finish with a volumizing texture spray and hair spray.
#22: Octopus hairstyle with bottleneck bangs
An octopus hairstyle with bottle neck bangs is a unique hairstyle that can be very versatile when it comes to styling. It looks good on women with round and square face shapes. Hairstyles with a bottleneck fringe typically go well with any variation of the shag haircut, like this one cuttlefish haircut.
#23: Tousled Shaggy Layers and Bangs
Tousled shaggy layers and bangs are a great way to freshen up your hairstyle without overdoing it. This hairstyle can be very versatile in the ways you can style it: curly, wavy, straight, up in a ponytail… You name it! That shag and shaggy layers are making a comeback and are one of the hair trends to follow if you’re looking for the next newest hairstyle to try and rock.
#24: Short hair with layered bottleneck bangs
Short hair with layered bottleneck bangs is great for women who don’t have much time for styling and are low maintenance with their hair. This hairstyle is fashionable, trendy and messy, making it perfect for women who want natural shape and texture.
Be sure to brush the entire front of your hair while it’s still damp so it dries and sets in the direction you like. Your bangs that lean forward will cover the majority of your forehead, which is great for women who feel insecure about showing too much face.
#25: Long wavy hair with feather bangs
Consider feather forehead hair when you have long thick wavy hair. Bottleneck fringe styles with a center part are a trendier choice and edgier than a traditional straight-across bang. Thicker hair should be thinned out with thinning shears to lie correctly and be styled more easily. Blow dry with a large round brush to give the cut a smooth finish.
#26: Soft waves and face-framing bangs for long hair
Go for soft waves and face framing bangs if you have long hair that is medium to thick in density. When the weight is taken out of the face-hugging layers, they fall softly and style with ease. Bottleneck fringe haircuts are an updated take on the traditional bang. Point cutting the bangs will give more movement and texture. Style with a curling iron and texture hairspray.
#27: Bottleneck bangs on wavy, thick hair
Bottleneck bangs on wavy, thick hair make a fun, bold statement. It’s a messy and dramatic hairstyle that doesn’t require too much work to style. That thicken the hair, the more hair there is to thin, layer and texturize and this will help create maximum volume and texture for your new hairstyle. Comb out your curls for a more lived-in wave style and finish with a texture spray.
#28: Wispy Shag Cut with a face-framing fringe
A tousled shag cut with a face-framing fringe can be a good option for women over 40. The shag is cut to frame your face and show off your best assets. Razor cutting can help push the hair in the direction you want it to style. Curl in a shape that makes the hair bend away from the cheeks to show the cheekbones.