If you're looking for a non-committal way to switch up your look, you can be sure that bangs are your best bet. Getting a fringe is easy on the pocket, well depending on where you get your haircut, but you get the drift. Plus, if you don't like it, you can always just push it back with a help of a bobby pin or a headband. Still not convinced? So read on and get inspired!
One word to describe Vanessa Hudgen's new look? Banging! If you've got an extra five minutes to your day, curl your bangs and pull a BBV!
Long and piece-y
Sofia Andres' bangs are the perfect example of an outgrown fringe that still works! If you've already joined the bangs bandwagon and want to leave the train without sacrificing style, take it from Sofia and you know you’ll be alright.
Who knows if Selena Gomez' bangs are real, but there's no doubt that she looks vintage glam with these nineties-inspired fringe.
Full fringe mode
Whether you're a fan of her big personality and her even bigger voice, you've got to admit that when it comes to the bangs game that Lea Michele has got it all locked down. If you're feeling bold, opt for a piece-y full fringe like Rachel Berry's.
Long and parted
One common misconception about getting a fringe is that it's going to cover up your entire face. On the contrary, Elisse Joson's fringe frames and highlights and brightens up her face even more.
Wavy on the side
Troian Bellisario may have rocked a full fringe in Pretty Little Liars, but she keeps it wavy and on the side IRL and we like it!
Full and blunt
Nothing spells high fashion more than a full and blunt cut. We mean, just look at Kisses Delavin.
Sleek and side-swept
Soften your strong features with a sleek, side-swept bangs for an easy sophisticated look like Gigi Hadid's!
Edge, edge, edge
Add a whole lot of edge to your short cut with Lucy Hale's messy and piece-y bangs!
Because sometimes the best way to wear your bangs is to...not.
How do you wear your bangs?