A pixie cut with bangs is a short haircut between one half to three inches long that is styled with either a front or side bangs. For fashion-forward ladies who have the confidence to rock an extra-edgy cropped cut, this is definitely a terrific option for you!
The BRIGITTE BARDOT STYLE:
Characterized by an effortless, unkempt look that is shorter in the front and longer at the temples, the Bardot bang is most often parted above the center of the face, making it instantly recognizable and always sexy.
The Curtain Bangs:
Curtain bangs, for the uninitiated, are those shaggy, effortless bangs that—as the name suggests—frame your face perfectly, much like a curtain does with a window.
The Curly Bang:
Curly bangs is a hairstyle where the bangs are curled from the hair's naturally curly texture. No matter your natural curl type, from 2c to 4c, you can rock a curly fringe. It's all about how you style and work with it.
The Blunt Bang:
These bangs are cut straight across your forehead making for one striking hairstyle. They are often left to graze your eyebrows or maybe even a bit longer. Being a heavier bang type they are a great way to frame your face.
The Texturized Bangs:
To keep bangs from appearing too harsh or blunt, texturizing them. Texturizing is the process of cutting irregular edges along the ends of the bangs so they blend in better with the surrounding hair.
The Swept Me Away Bangs:
Side swept bangs is a style of bangs that features a side part. Slightly longer than straight-across bangs, side-swept bangs can hide fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes. Unlike regular side bangs, your hair simply frames your face when your bangs are side-swept
The Two Tone Bangs:
Biggest Trend In Color.
Dividing your bangs in half and color with 2 different Tones. It will gives you a unique and personal look. All the color of the spectrum are infinite.
The Ombre Bangs:
Ombre is a haircolor technique where all the ends are going be affected and the transition from the deeper roots and light ends is going to be pretty short. The definition for Ombre is the French word for "color that is shaded or graduated in tone"