This "long bangs, longer hair" style was uber-popular in the '70s on legends like Joni Mitchell and Françoise Hardy, but it still has staying power today. Make sure you're conditioning regularly to maintain added shine like Camilla Belle's and get regular trims (yes, even if you're growing your hair out) to avoid split ends.
Agyness Deyn. Andrew H. Walker // Getty Images I love this hip, ultra-mod hairstyle on model Agyness Deyn. Her blunt bangs would look good on almost all face shapes, except very round faces. Keep the length right at the brow. This means you'll have to learn to cut your own bangs or head to the salon... a lot.
Bangs. We covet them. Especially long, side-swept bangs that frame the face just so. They grow out beautifully, too, just in case you get sick of them and want a change. This gallery is dedicated to the side-swept bang. I feature 19 of the best of them, all on celebrities. You'll learn how to style these bangs, how to get the right cut and much more.
This braid, which works best with longer hair, needs a bit of texture for hold; if your hair is straight, give it some wave by winding one-inch sections around a curling iron. Gather your hair to one side in a low ponytail, securing it close to the base of your neck with a clear elastic.
#40: Optimal Layered Haircut For Fine Hair. The problem of medium-length fine hair is the look of thin ends. Long layers will provide the ends of your locks with a feathery finish and lovely texture. Blow dry your hair with a diffuser and add a shine-boosting product to look flawless on a daily basis.