10 Trendy Short ‘Baby’ Bangs Hairstyles

The latest hairstyles for short ‘Baby’ bangs come straight from the red carpets of New York and L.A.! It’s an exciting new trend that needs an experienced stylist to ensure you get the best ‘baby’ bangs for your face shape and hair texture. ‘Baby’ bangs are going to show your forehead and stop way above your eyebrows, so it’s a young style for women who haven’t yet got frown lines. So read on for expert advice on how to get the best hairstyles for short bangs for your hair texture and face-shape!

Edgy pink-beige blonde hairstyles for short ‘Baby’ bangs

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On an oval face shape like the model above, you should ask for a curved baby bangs. This fringe is shorter in the center and longer at the sides. And this echoes the nicely curved chin, creating a well-balanced shape.  Dark brown roots and strong brows are highlighted with beige-pink blonde layers and pink eye-shadow in a very attractive color blend. This is a young, fun hairstyle for a trendy, casual look!

Shaggy blonde hairstyles for short ‘Baby’ bangs for heart-shape face

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This asymmetrical baby bangs hairstyle is great for more angular face shapes with a narrow chin. The side parting draws attention away from the angles. And a wide forehead is softened by a sloping, side-swept micro-fringe, which switches to long layers before the end of the eyebrow. This makes the upper face appear narrower and helps balance a heart-shaped face. And a shaggy, medium bob creates extra volume and width to minimise a narrow chin.

Angled sci-fi bob hairstyles for short ‘Baby’ bangs

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This angular, sci-fi bob is currently one of Hollywood’s most popular micro-fringe hairstyles. It has a centre part and creates a symmetric haircut that suits oval faces. The bangs have a choppy, uneven edge that’s futuristic and rebellious. But the face is flattered by cute face-framing waves and defined waves can add balancing volume at the sides, on long faces. Keeping the cut no more than a couple of inches past the chin is best for long faces.

Short black sloping bob hairstyles for short ‘Baby’ bangs

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Delicate features can wear a wider baby bangs, like on this extremely graduated black bob haircut. And these bangs continue around the head in a softly graduated line that ends by the ears. The bangs have an uneven finish, with separated strands softening the line. The look is relaxed with edgy tapered tips pushed casually behind the ears. And this modern style opens up the face and creates a clear profile to show off good skin and cheekbones.

Short wispy bangs on long bob hairstyle

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Oval faces look good with a symmetric center parting. And these wispy micro-bangs add a totally modern twist to this easy-style, everyday haircut. Fine hair is suitable for a razor-cut, delicately separated fringe like this one, which contrasts nicely with the long, soft waves draped down to the shoulders. And you’ll find that it creates a very appealing ‘windswept’ look, which is young and casual.

Green-blonde short bob for thick hair with short bangs

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Here’s an exciting way to bring out the color of icy-green or ice-blue eyes! The platinum-blonde hair color option can be tweaked with pastel green to match your eye color and create a stunning look.  And wide-cut micro-bangs are the perfect finishing touch to this edgy, modern razor cut.

Choppy textured short bob with short fringe

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Matching the texture of your micro-bangs to that of a choppy, casual cut makes the fringe look softer and less severe. And if you’re not completely ready for a strong, straight-across fringe, you can experiment with undercut bangs. This style had an undercut fringe, which can be softened by the side part and longer layers draping over one side.

Symmetrical short blonde haircut with straight across short bangs

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Long faces look good with straight-across, micro-bangs, as long as you keep the length short. This trendy, young look focuses lots of attention on the upper face, with a lovely eye-framing shape. This is a great way to draw attention away from a long narrow face shape and accentuate your cheekbones. And a few choppy layers create a strongly defined, modern cut!

Soft defined short fringe on blonde medium bob

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Normally, round faces need to avoid center parts and symmetrical styles. But with center parts so popular with baby bangs, you need to know which styles are more suitable for rounder faces. Enter the wonderful chin-length bob, which suits all faces and ages! Here a longer, softer, separated micro-fringe breaks the roundness. And narrow bangs between long face-framing waves makes full cheeks seem slimmer! Notice how the bendy waves move forwards to cover round cheeks in a very cute look.

Uneven short bangs on thick dark medium bob haircut

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Once again, we see the fabulous effect of uneven cut mini-bangs! This model has wide cheekbones, so the stylist has cut a narrow fringe with long layers covering this widest part of the face. In addition, extra, curved side-volume has been added between cheekbones and chin to make the overall face shape well-balanced. So instead of a diamond shaped face, the final effect looks more oval!

In the past, baby bangs tended to be a straight-across ‘no-nonsense’ fringe with a blunt-cut finish. And most of us hated that look! But the latest baby bangs are more textured and uneven, so they can blend in with choppy, shaggy or wispy texture of your natural hair.  So no sneaking off to the bathroom and cutting them yourself! Always consult an experienced stylist who will take your face-shape into account and tailor your new baby bangs to match your look perfectly!

 

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