Taylor Swift at a red carpet event with her hair in an updo and waterfall bangs
How To Get In On The Waterfall Fringe Trend This Spring
Edgy Waterfall Fringe
To achieve a choppier, rougher result, aim for short layers around the face to create texture and contrast. For an edgier look, transition the fringe into a shag.
Curly Waterfall Bangs
A thin, light waterfall fringe will let you show off cute coils without weighing down your forehead. Layers will shape your face and help round out your haircut, adding volume.
Waterfall Fringe Updos
A simple ponytail or braid can be spruced up with soft bangs cascading around your face. Leave the fringe out or pull part of it back and leave out a few face-framing pieces.
Wispy Waterfall Bangs
If thick bangs aren’t your style, keep the fringe extremely thin with barely-there pieces across your forehead. Create a small section of short bangs that transition into layers.
Waterfall Bangs With Volume
Getting more layers cut into the front section of your hair will create extra volume. Make sure to use volumizing products like mousse to amp up the texture.