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If you have long, sleek hair like Kacey Musgraves, a new pair of curtain bangs can add an effortless touch of retro-style glamour.

Curtain-Parted Bangs

Wispy bangs never looked sweeter. Pull out a few long strands in front of your face for Melissa Benoist's long-haired updo.

Sweet and Wispy Fringe

If you're going for a '60s-chic look, a sharp shag haircut with bangs will look effortless and trendy no matter your hair day.

Grown-out Shag

Hilary Duff previously wore long, center-parted bangs swept to the sides for a '70s look.

Long Retro Bangs

Give your hair a boost with uneven piece-y baby bangs like Constance Wu's. Derek Yuen recommended Aquis hair primer to finish.

Piece-y Baby Bangs

Long, straight bangs are timeless and versatile. You can wear them blunt, piece-y, parted, swept to the side, and more.

Classic Fringe

Jane Fonda's 1960s career launched this vintage look. Modernize with a side part and side-swept bangs.

Feathered Bangs

Embrace your natural texture, bangs and all. Texturing spray amplifies Vanessa Hudgen's natural wave.

Textured Bangs

Even bangs can be faked. Taraji P. Henson gave her tight topknot a dramatic swoop.

Faux Bangs

Thickening bangs? To finish, sweep them to the side and apply glossing serum.

Sleek and Side-Swept Bangs

Let your natural curls shine. If your hair isn't naturally curly, try these tips.

Curly Fringe

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