If you have a rounder face shape with full, accentuated cheeks, opting for “fine, wispy, textured” curtain bangs is your best bet, notes Mane Addicts. To achieve a textured look, apply texturizing sprays and dry shampoos that will add volume and texture to your curtain bangs. However, if you possess a longer face shape, Latest Hairstyles suggests sweeping your curtain bangs with a round brush. Adding extra layers to the shoulder will also do wonders for adding fullness to your face.
Those with a heart-shaped face, characterized by pointed cheekbones and a smaller chin, should balance a slimmer jawline and wider forehead by styling curtain bangs with a center part and smooth, rounded layers created in drying hair with a round brush. If you have a stronger jawline and high cheekbones, often referred to as a square face, balance those sharp angles with a deep center part and short, wispy fringe curtain bangs, by Mane Addicts.
Face shape aside, is it possible to maintain curtain bangs when you have curly hair? Turns out curtain bangs work incredibly well for those with curly hair. Hairstylist Sierra Kener told StyleCaster that curly curtain bangs can be styled with styling gel or cream, then blow-dried until the hair is about 80% dry. Next, you’ll need to add a little more gel or cream while twisting and scrunching the hair until you get the perfect curl.