Side swept bangs, volume at the crown, lose waves.
Key note: volume.
Also notice the subtle natural blush on her cheeks.
A fuller side swept bang is harder to style but will cover an entire forehead. This is good for individuals with large forehead. Maintenance is required as bangs will grow out very fast. Again, lots of mid-length layers to add movement with shorter layers near the crown for volume.
Hilary Duff masks her large forehead with long face framing layers which she curves towards her face and then curves back again to create volume. This is a very solid look requiring hairspray or gel. Her crispy curls create volume.
Jenifer Love Hewitt’s hair is sweet and flirty. Short bangs are not required. You can even use long layers to imitate this look. Just section a piece at the front, curve it outwards with a flat iron and then pin it towards the side. Balance the other side with small pieces to create balance and make sure you have volume at your crown as you pin half of your hair back. The loose curls beneath add dimension to the whole look.
Choppy layers, short at the top, longer at the bottom. To make a longer face appear rounder, this is the cut to go. Maintenance is required as well as blowdrying the bangs. Too much volume could however drown a small face.
To keep long hair without looking sallow, add shorter layers at the front, around the face, and near the crown. Mask a large forehead by sweeping long bangs across it like Hilary Duff has here. This hairstyle is very low maintenance.
A very simple haircut with a light fringe which can be worn to the front or to the side.
Take note of these versatile bangs. They can be worn to the side or towards the front. Face framing wispy layers take attention away from facial structure. Layers are consistently cut from the front to the back to create volume.
Bangs can also be cropped in the middle to mask a high forehead. Again, lose waves around the face add fullness.
A high forehead has cleverly been hidden with a low side swooping bang. A shorter length also adds fullness to Jeniffer’s face.
Medium length hair with long but curved bangs make Jessica Alba’s face look larger than it actually is.
Front bangs styled to be put at the side. Blow drying the direction of the bangs while hair is still wet will achieve this look.
A round brush while blow drying will achieve this look. Add serum for shine. This style contains lots and lots of layers which are slightly flipped and curled at the ends to add dimension to the entire look.