26 Elegant Curtain Bangs Curly Hair Ideas for a Sophisticated Look

by hymumTeam

1: Big Shaggy Curls

If you’re enthusiastic about big shaggy curls, you’re not alone! These curls not only add elegance but also enhance long facial structures without exclusion. Integrating long curtain bangs seamlessly into these bespoke, dry-cut curls creates a stunning look. Incorporate a balayage with hints of sunlight to add a vibrant twist to your curls.

Big Shaggy Curls with curtain bangs
Big Shaggy Curls with curtain bangs

2: Curly Curtain Fringe on a Lob

Incorporating a curly curtain fringe into your lob can frame your face beautifully. Fringes are versatile and complement curly hair splendidly. To sculpt your fringe, introduce layers to your lob for added volume, especially focusing on the longer layers at the edges. Embracing your hair’s natural texture will make you fall in love with its natural allure.

Curly Curtain Fringe on a Lob
Curly Curtain Fringe on a Lob

3: Long Tousled Curls with Middle Part Bangs

To revive flat-looking curly hair, consider curtain bangs layered throughout. These bangs bring focus to your face, rejuvenating the appearance of long, matured hair.

Long Tousled Curls with Curtain Middle Part Bangs
Long Tousled Curls with Curtain Middle Part Bangs

4: Medium Layered Hair with Loose Curly Bangs

Aiming for a retro chic look reminiscent of Charlie’s Angels? Opt for bangs inspired by Farrah Fawcett to add a trendy, vintage twist to your curls.

Medium Layered Hair with Loose Curly Curtain Bangs and Blonde Highlights
Medium Layered Hair with Loose Curly Curtain Bangs and Blonde Highlights

5: Layered Curls and Curly Fringe

Inspired by Alexa Chung’s hairstyle? Her hair stylist focuses on creating movement, texture, and detailed fringes. For a similar curly hairstyle, request your stylist to include texture and curtain bangs.

Long Layered Curls and Curly Curtain Fringe
Long Layered Curls and Curly Curtain Fringe

6: Curly Bob with Face-Framing Bangs

For an instant volume boost at the front, introduce subtle curtain bangs to your curly bob. This not only highlights the eyes but also adds a fashionable elevation. Use a volumizing foam for finer hair, or a curl cream for thicker tresses, and distribute evenly with a blow dryer.

Shoulder Length Curly Bob with Face Framing Curtain Bangs
Shoulder Length Curly Bob with Face Framing Curtain Bangs

7: Curly Shag with Curtain Fringe

Transform long, naturally curly hair with a shag cut and curtain fringe. This style, by removing excess length and weight, allows medium-length curls with bangs to adopt an entirely new form. Full curtain bangs are excellent for adding volume at the crown. Use a diffuser, apply a light curl cream to damp hair, and finish with sea salt spray for added texture.

Curly Shag with Curtain Fringe
Curly Shag with Curtain Fringe

8: Coiled Curls with Curtain Bangs

Embrace coiled curls with curtain bangs to bring dimension to your kinky hair. This style is especially versatile for Black women, emphasizing the beauty of coiled s-curls without necessitating a high-maintenance regimen.

Coiled Curls with Curtain Bangs
Coiled Curls with Curtain Bangs

9: 70s-Inspired Curly Curtain Bangs

Channel the funk of the 70s with curly curtain bangs. Whether styled feathered, round brushed, or natural, these bangs are currently a hit. Discuss with your stylist to find the ideal length that complements your features.

s Inspired Curly Curtain Bangs
s Inspired Curly Curtain Bangs

10: Messy Mid-Length Shaggy Curls

Opt for a low-maintenance, messy mid-length cut with shaggy curls that work well with curly hair curtain bangs. This length is incredibly versatile, flattering all face shapes and curl types. Removing internal weight allows the upper curls to flow freely, creating balanced, bouncy ringlets.

Messy Mid Length Shaggy Curls with curtain bangs
Messy Mid Length Shaggy Curls with curtain bangs

11: Curly Shag with Soft Curtain Bangs

Consider a curly shag with soft curtain bangs to enhance your short hair’s texture and movement. Shaggy layers and curtain bangs on semi-curly hair define curls beautifully. Well-shaped curtain bangs can open up your face and accentuate cheekbones. Maintain this look with regular trims every 6-8 weeks.

Curly Shag with Soft Curtain Bangs
Curly Shag with Soft Curtain Bangs

12: Tight Curls with Short Curtain Bangs

For curly-haired individuals contemplating a shorter style without full commitment, tight curls with short curtain bangs are ideal. This style, coupled with subtle sun-kissed balayage, complements rich brunette tones perfectly.

Tight Curls with Short Curtain Bangs
Tight Curls with Short Curtain Bangs

13: Curly Waves with Straight Bangs

Revitalize limp waves with curly waves accented by straight bangs that graze the collarbone. If your fringe tends to be straighter, use a round brush and blow dryer for a smooth, voluminous look. Enhance with a copper gloss for ultimate shine and vibrancy.

Curly Waves with Straight Curtain Bangs
Curly Waves with Straight Curtain Bangs

14: Flipped Out Loose Curls

For a playful, vintage-inspired aesthetic, consider flipped-out loose curls with curtain bangs. Achieving this shoulder-length look requires the right layered cut and styling with a thin flat iron, turning the iron at the ends of each section. Protect your hair with a heat protectant spray that also combats humidity.

Flipped Out Loose Curls with curtain bangs
Flipped Out Loose Curls with curtain bangs

15: Medium-Length Curly Cut

A medium-length cut with long, shaggy layers is a versatile style that pairs beautifully with long curtain bangs. The harmony between medium length and curly fringe bangs offers a perfect everyday look. Consult your stylist for a styling routine tailored to your cut and natural curl pattern.

Medium Length Curly Cut with curtain fringe
Medium Length Curly Cut with curtain fringe

16: Long Layers with Loose Curls

For those wishing to maintain length while adding movement, long layers with loose curls are ideal. Curtain bangs, reminiscent of Brigitte Bardot, perfectly frame the face and add symmetry. Select styling products like Cult + King Set Spray and Style for looser curls.

Long Layers with Loose Curls and curtain fringe
Long Layers with Loose Curls and curtain fringe

17: Elongated Curls for Thick Hair

For thick hair, consider an elongated curl cut using a razor to minimize bulk while enhancing flow. A razor helps to thin out the top and create ideal curtain bangs, revealing the beautiful curls beneath. Discuss with your stylist the best length for a curly fringe that flatters your face shape.

Curtain bangs on Elongated Curls for Thick Hair
Curtain bangs on Elongated Curls for Thick Hair

18: Short Coiled Curls

Now is the perfect time to experiment with short coiled curls. Adding layers and curtain bangs creates a beautifully rounded silhouette. Ensure your stylist is experienced in cutting short curly hair with bangs, and remember hydration is crucial for styling curly coils.

Short Coiled Curls with curtain bangs
Short Coiled Curls with curtain bangs

19: Curly Long Bob

A curly long bob is ideal for finer hair, adding bounce and vitality. The right cut and styling products can rejuvenate your hair’s natural texture. Textured curtain bangs frame the cheekbones and enhance the curl flow.

Curly Long Bob with curtain bangs
Curly Long Bob with curtain bangs

20: Curly Shag with Curtain Bangs

Transform a mundane long cut into a voluminous curly shag with curtain bangs. A razored cut maintains length while adding volume. For styling, curtain bangs on curly hair pair well with a low ponytail for a chic look.

Curly Shag with Curtain Bangs
Curly Shag with Curtain Bangs

21: Curly Updo with Curtain Bangs

For both casual and formal events, a curly updo with bangs is a versatile choice. This style adds drama and softness, with tendrils framing the face. Consider a half-up half-down style to showcase your hair length in an updo.

Curly Updo with Curtain Bangs
Curly Updo with Curtain Bangs

22: Very Long Curly Hair

A razor cut can enhance very long curly hair, offering a softer, more diffused appearance. This method is ideal for achieving a shag look with wispy bangs. Consult your stylist to see if a shag razor cut is suitable for your curly hair.

Very Long Curly Hair with curtain bangs
Very Long Curly Hair with curtain bangs

23: Shoulder-Length Wavy Curls for a Round Face

Shoulder-length wavy curls are universally flattering, especially for round faces. Curtain bangs add volume and a balanced shape, opening the forehead and softening the cheekbones. Seek styling advice from your stylist to tailor the cut to your curl pattern.

Shoulder Length Wavy Curls with curtain bangs for a Round Face
Shoulder Length Wavy Curls with curtain bangs for a Round Face

24: Shag on Long Curly Hair

For long curly hair desiring maximum movement, a shag cut with bangs is the answer. Shorter pieces frame the face and enhance cheekbones. Discuss with your stylist the possibility of using a razor technique for a more textured look.

Shag on Long Curly Hair with curtain bangs
Shag on Long Curly Hair with curtain bangs

25: Razor Cut for Women Over 40 with Glasses

A razor cut offers a flattering style for women over 40 with glasses, softening the jawline and highlighting the eyes. Short curtain bangs complement blonde curly hair, perfectly framing tortoiseshell glasses. Razor cuts are particularly effective for those with subtle curls seeking length retention.

Curly Razor Cut with curtain bangs for women Over with Glasses
Curly Razor Cut with curtain bangs for women Over with Glasses

26: Curly Waves with Long Curtain Bangs

For added bounce in your curls, a razor cut with long curtain bangs creates a 70s-inspired look. This technique adds width, flattering longer face shapes.

Curly Waves with Long Curtain Bangs
Curly Waves with Long Curtain Bangs

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