Posts Tagged “bangs”
Short Tapered Hairstyle with a Long Bang from Kenya Young
If you haven’t found your perfect short hair style, or if you are looking for new variations that can make you look chic, try this Short Tapered Long Hairstyle with a Long Bang, a style created by Kenya Young from Young Sassy and Unique Hair Salon located in Durham, North Carolina.
Long “Banged Out Tresses” Hairstyle from Angel Gary
When it comes to long hairstyles, a concern can be the hair falling flat. This hairstyle offers the best of both worlds when it comes to bangs and luscious curls.
Che Peterson’s Short Hairstyle with a Funky Bang
This sassy, spunky short hairstyle is representative of an independent young woman on the move. These black hairstyles are popular in the punk, grunge, jazz and coffee shop communities.
Elegant Twist Faux Hawk with Highlights from Lynn Mayen
This is a sophisticated hairstyle for the summer. Frances was given crimson highlights throughout, to bring some color into her naturally dark hair.
Beautiful Short Hairstyle with Flipped Bang from Brione Bullock
Rhianna’s A-symmetrical hairstyle can be found on Torrie in this jet black a-symmetrical, A-line haircut. The cut of this style shaves about an inch all around the head except for a large section on the right side where one side resembling an a-line bob is left to the hair.
Tiffany Cunningham”s Asymmetrical Bob Haircut with a side Swept Bang Hairstyle
Tiffany Tyler rocks this asymmetrical bob hairstyle like no other. Her stylist has taken the bob and cut an extreme angle to give the symetry a run for it’s money.
Medium Hairstyle with Hair Color from stephanie Cameron Dailey
Model Shari Bond wears a beautiful, short hairstyle created by stylist Stephanie Cameron-Dailey of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Shari’s hair extends just past her chin but is slightly shorter in the back.
Curly Ponytail Hairstyle with a Swoop Bang and Red Highlights from Amanda Williams
Christina is wearing her hair up in a ponytail style, with curls and a swoop bang. The swoop bang is a perfect way to accent an up do as well as hide a cowlick if you’ve been blessed with one on the front of your head.