If you are considering a side-swept fringe then check these hairstyles.

The side-swept fringe is a great style choice for most women—it works on all face shapes and can really add some much-needed structure to a hairstyle. It can also be worked in to any length or hair—from long to short, this style of fringe is extremely versatile. If you are considering a side-swept fringe then you are in luck! We’ve rounded up the latest and greatest hairstyles that work with a side-swept fringe. Keep reading to find out which one is perfect for you.


Jane Fonda Side Swept bangs Hairstyle

Jane Fonda looks stunning in her layered shoulder-length ‘do and matching fringe. These bangs are swept to the side and flicked out slightly to match the rest of her hairstyle and provide some sculpting to the face. This is a great trick to add width to slimmer faces, so take note if you need to balance your proportions out. Jane’s fringe gives her some forehead coverage too, which is another bonus of this hairstyle.


Marla Sokoloff Side Swept Bangs Hairstyle

Marla Sokoloff shows us another way to wear a side-swept fringe here for a more casual look. Her deep side part gives way to a smooth bang that sits to the side and blends in with the rest of her ‘do. This is a simple look that is perfect for women who like low-maintenance hairstyles and have a naturally straight hair texture. Marla’s bangs would look cute if her hair was swept back into a ponytail as well.


Charlotte Ross Side Swept Bangs Hairstyle

Charlotte Ross shows us another variation of the side-swept bang that works well with very long hair. Charlotte’s long blonde hair is layered throughout the lengths and ends and around the face. Her medium thick bangs are blunt cut and sit nicely to one side. This side-swept fringe adds some forehead coverage while breaking up the heaviness of her thick long locks. This is a great fringe style for women who have ultra long hair that prefer some hair around the face, especially when they wear it up.


Angelica Maria Side Swept Bangs Hairstyle

Here, Angelica Maria flaunts a more classic version of the side-swept bang that would suit a structured, shorter hairstyle. If you love to curl up your layers then this fringe is definitely for you. Angelica’s eye-skimming fringe has been curled and swept to the side, with a voluminous ‘wave’ effect at the part. This matches her high-volume layered hairstyle and will suit women who have similar ‘dos.


Lisa Paulsen Side Swept Bangs Hairstyle

Finally, we have Lisa Paulsen with her thick and messy side-swept fringe. This fringe is perfect for shag hairstyles and for women with thick and/or coarse hair. This fringe is longer than most side-swept hairstyles and provides more forehead coverage as well. Lisa’s bangs give off an edgy rock-chick look so if you are a fan of trendier hairdos then this one may be for you. The part on this fringe is just off centre giving Lisa a peek-a-boo effect too, which is a cool way to finish off her hairstyle. This side-swept fringe is ideal for women who like messier, bedhead hairstyles so give it a try if this sounds like you!

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