Perfect for the bold and the indecisive alike, bangs that slope to one side make for a daring yet surprisingly wearable look. If you wear a side part, the asymmetrical fringe is already a natural extension of your existing style, and the grow-out process is pretty much the same as growing out a layered cut.
Parted bangs: The hair is parted down the middle or slightly off center. It is rather similar to side-swept in terms of length and to see-through in terms of styling and thickness. Baby bangs: The hair is usually cut above the brows, normally bluntly across the middle of the forehead, but may be shorter.
A pixie cut with bangs can be an adorable change to otherwise mundane locks of a medium length. With short hair at the nape and longer strands lingering atop, this style can work with any hair texture and shade. Try a blonde hue with a glimpse of darker roots if you really want to make the best out of this funky look.