No trend is having a bigger renaissance in recent years than curtain bangs, the wispy, face-framing fringe with roots in the 60s and 70s. Curtain bangs seem to be sweeping the nation. Not only soft, curtain bangs extremely versatile—meaning they flatter any face shape and look equally good on straight, wavy, and curly hair, as well as long and short hair. But they also require much less maintenance than other bang styles, both in terms of daily styling and growing out.
Curtain bangs have become increasingly popular in recent years, largely due to how easy they are to manage. They are the gateway to bangs, because they’re super versatile. They’re long enough to grow out or pin back if you want, but they can also be cut into a shorter look. The style has steadily become both a celebrity and Insta-girl fave for its easy-going vibe. There are 36 curtain bangs for your new hairstyles.