A modern shag with divided bangs is considerably more relaxed than the original style.
Baby bangs won't ever lie flat on naturally curly hair. Short, choppy bangs are charming and edgy in equal measure.
Warm ribbon highlights look lovely on wavy or curly hair, and a few layers add additional texture.
The lob is a manageable cut that is universally flattering and suitable for any hair type and facial shape.
Straight across bangs with tapered ends are less harsh than one-length bangs, particularly when paired with wavy layers.
If you want to add drama, separate your hair to the side to achieve maximum volume.
A blunt cut with flipped-under ends (as styled by Ashley Antoine) lends instant Old Hollywood glamour to any day.
The shoulder-length cut is low-maintenance, but bangs lend character and a retro vibe.