The Hairstyle Zooey Deschanel Must Have For Her Wedding To Jonathan Scott

When it comes to Zooey Deschanel, a few things instantly come to mind. Deadpan comedy and the cult classic "(500) Days of Summer" are some key ones, but today, we're talking about Deschanel's signature hairstyle: her bangs. Some celebrities are all about switching their hairstyles with every new era and role, while others tend to stick to what works best for them — and Deschanel certainly falls in the latter camp. Over the more than two decades she's worked in the entertainment industry, she's almost exclusively rocked bangs, whether they were bulky bangs, straight-across ones, a wispy '90s fringe, or boho bottleneck bangs. Basically, she's sported some variety, but she's stayed in the same realm.


Will this theme continue through her wedding day? Deschanel and reality television star Jonathan Scott — best known as half of HGTV's "Property Brothers" — announced their engagement last August, and we can't help but wonder if Deschanel will rock bangs for it. After all, she's known for them, but bangs are notoriously hard to manage. Well, it appears that Deschanel is up for the challenge, as she told People this June when asked about her wedding 'do, "Always bangs. Always."

Will Zooey Deschanel rock bangs on her wedding day?

Zooey Deschanel wearing bangs to her wedding falls directly in line with previous interviews she's done. "You could say that I'm hooked on bangs. Would I ever give them up? I have, and I might again — for a role, perhaps — but I really don't feel like myself without them," Deschanel told Glamour back in 2013. "When I first got into acting, I was a bit of a chameleon ... So I used my look to help create an identity. Now people know me as the girl with bangs." And over the past decade, not much has changed. She's remained a poster child for bangs, and we mean that as a sincere compliment.


Furthermore, the star revealed to People this June that she's actually had bangs since she was a child. "I look better with them," the "New Girl" actor told the outlet. "I've definitely had periods in my life where I have grown them out. But I just look better with them I think. So, yeah, I'll keep them. I've had them since I was like two years old."

That said, we have seen her forehead a few times, but it's typically for new roles. Sometimes, these looks even feature a different type of bangs than her normal 'do. Most recently, she rocked '70s curtain bangs for her portrayal of Kelly Kilmartin in the Apple TV+ series "Physical." These bangs, which were incredibly blended into her '70s-inspired, Farrah Fawcett-like haircut, and her blond hair color made the star almost unrecognizable, which Deschanel acknowledged with an Instagram selfie that she captioned, "Who's she?"


Is wearing bangs to a wedding even a viable option?

Bangs have a mind of their own, and this can mean that they look entirely different just hours after styling them. Naturally, for any bride-to-be with bangs, this is a nightmare — the last thing you want is to worry about your look and to have to constantly fix your bangs on your big day. That said, bangs are still wearable if you follow some advice backed by both professionals and TikTokers.


If you know your bangs will move around no matter how much hairspray you use, try eyelash glue. Yup, TikTok's viral bang-saving trend might actually be perfect for days when you need your tresses to withstand lots of movement. All you need to do is glue a few ends of your bangs to your forehead with it. Of course, if you have a full, straight-across set of bangs, this might not work, but those with curtain, bottleneck, or wispy bangs may experience real-life magic with it.


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Hairstylist Jason Collier told PopSugar that lash glue is a great idea for any big occasion. "Using lash glue on the hair is very common and is something that has been used for adhering jewels into the hair," he told the outlet. "Clear lash glue is, of course, the best option for this hack as it won't leave any color pigment on brows or skin. Just ensure you're using the thin brush applicator to precisely apply a small amount of glue to where you need it," he added. Oh, and one final piece of advice: Try this hack prior to your wedding day just in case it doesn't work for your specific hair.