Front layers frame the face and add movement to the hairstyle, thereby emphasizing the shape and color of this golden cut.
A deep side part adds instant volume, particularly when coupled with a volumizing product and a touch of teasing—but not too much.
An asymmetrical cut like Margot Robbie's is trendy, exciting, and keeps the eyes up front, making your hair appear fuller.
Face-framing layers are appealing but less commitment than bangs. This look is destined to be iconic.
Retro curtain bangs are fantastic than ever. Curtain bangs give texture to your style by splitting to the side instead than laying flat on your forehead.
Texturized fringe and beachy waves make this look fuller. Easily transition from day to date night with this style.
If you have thin hair, you should avoid straight-across bangs that will lie flat.
Thin hair doesn't mean no dimension. Let your bangs shine—the smaller area lets you make a statement without thinning your strands.