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Make the most of your blunt bangs with these hairstyle ideas.

Most people think that to pull off a blunt fringe you need to rock a blunt Cleopatra style hairdo. While these bangs do look good with a blunt bob, there are many other hairstyles that suit a blunt fringe. If you are bored with your hairstyle but want to keep your blunt fringe, check out these popular hairstyle and see how you can change it up a bit. From short to long, there are some great hairstyles to choose from!

Short curly hairstyles

Our model looks fabulous in a heavy blunt fringe that skims her eyes, paired up with a jaw-length wavy bob. This hairstyle will suit oval, oblong and diamond face shapes the best, and is a definite no-no for women with square or round faces as it adds volume to the face. To get this hairstyle, ask your stylist to maintain your long blunt fringe and cut your hair into a jaw-length bob. Some layers in the ends will allow you to style this 'do to perfection and add all of that volume throughout. Ladies with wavy/curly hair will need to blow-dry their bangs straight while enhancing their waves with mousse or a curl enhancer. Women with straight hair can get this look by adding curls with a heated iron or wand.

Long straight hairstyles

For an alternative take on the Cleopatra 'do, check out this blunt, geometric hairstyle. This is a great option for women with straight hair and an oval, oblong or diamond-shaped face. To get his style, ask your hairstylist for a blunt cut that is just past your shoulders with some choppy layers to frame the face. This hairstyle looks fabulous in a chic monochromatic color, but feel free to add in some cool color effects like our model has for a futuristic and edgy look.

Cameron Richardson hairstyles

Another idea is to add some softness to your bangs and hair for a different look. If you usually wear your hair super sleek and chic, this hairstyle provides you with another option for those days when you want a less structured look. Cameron Richardson looks gorgeous in long wavy locks and a slightly curled blunt fringe that has been parted in the middle- also known as Bardot Bangs. To get this look, you will need to visit your stylist to thin out the ends of your bangs if they are very blunt so they sit in this shape. Bardot bangs are perfect for oval, oblong, square and diamond face shapes and work best with medium to long hair.

Short straight hairstyles

Finally, if you like to rock short and funky hair, transform your fringe with this forward-swept hairstyle. This cut is tapered close to the head on the sides and back and is styled forward to create an extra heavy eye-skimming blunt fringe. Our model's bangs have had some thinning to the ends but blunt ends also work well here and give a super trendy finish to the haircut. This hairstyle will suit oval, oblong and diamond face shapes with straight hair the best.

As you can see, having a heavy blunt fringe really doesn't limit your styling options. From long to short, you have many ways to wear your hair!

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