10 Celebs Who Will Inspire You to Try the Curtain Bang Trend
Bangs Are Back!
Shaggy curtain bangs are experiencing a huge spike in popularity, with searches for the term rising on Pinterest, according to Byrdie. The effortless fringe can vary in length, from falling right at the eyebrows to all the way down by the chin. If you want to switch up your look for fall but aren't sure which direction to go, turn to these celebs for some serious bang-spiration.
Sienna's been a pioneer for the long curtain bang look over the years (just search her name and "curtain bangs" on Pinterest to see). She likes to style her long ones with a slight curl at the end.
The singer and actress is no stranger to bangs, but we think her slightly off-center style perfectly frames her face.
Just like Sienna, Selena amped up a standard up-do by letting down her jaw-grazing bangs that added a boho vibe to her outfit.
The House of Harlow 1960 founder epitomizes the '70s bohemian style, and her shaggy bangs totally emphasize it.
A touch of baby's breath to her hair added a whimsical touch to Kirsten's ethereal center-parted curtain bangs.
Alexa looks like a modern day (brunette) Brigitte Bardot with her side-swept fringe.
To complement her messy high bun, Halle kept her angled bangs light and wispy.
JLo proves that even long, effortless fringe can look polished on the red carpet.
Hailey gave her curtain bangs an undone look by having some ends long enough to tuck behind her ears and others land just in front of her eyes.
The Modern Family star's been wearing her heavy blunt bangs a multitide of ways, and tried the curtain bang trend at the Emmys this year.