Want to sport fringe or bangs but don’t know which style to choose? Why not get inspo from Korean actresses? From wispy bangs to curly fringe, we’ve got you sorted for your next salon appointment. Scroll through the gallery for some seriously trendy looks.
Lee Yeon Hee
If you’re wearing curls, don’t go too thick on side-swept fringe. This wispy fringe look makes you look younger and fresher.
Momoland’s Yeon Woo
The idol, who recently made her acting debut in The Great Seducer, exudes cute vibes with wispy, wavy fringe swept to the sides.
Ahn So Hee
Don’t like having fringe plastered to your forehead but still want to frame your face? Try a chin-length one like So Hee that makes your face look slimmer.
Han Hye Jin
A side-swept fringe may be exactly what you’re looking for if you don’t like having to comb your bangs every few minutes to keep them in place.
If you’re at that awkward stage where your bangs have grown out but are too short to be tucked behind your ears, simply sweep them to the side like Suzy instead of pinning them up.
Song Hye Kyo
Need more framing for your face after tying your hair up? Keep the sides of your bands long like Hye Kyo to fake the appearance of slimmer-looking face.
Red Velvet’s Joy
If you can’t give two hoots about setting your bangs, it’s all right to comb them haphazardly and call them wispy bangs, as proven by Joy.
Lee Yeon Yoo
When pairing your wispy bangs with a bun, opt for a messy-looking one to create the illusion of fuller hair.
Fancy the doll-like look? Opt for blunt bangs like Esom. Use one of those huge velcro curlers to style it every morning (or even at your work desk).
Jung Ryeo Won
Want to try the famous Korean curly bangs but lack the courage? Start slow by opting for curly fringe like Ryeo Won. If you really hate it later on, you can always tuck it behind your ear or pin it up.
Jin Ki Joo
Want bangs but hate that hair gets into your eyes whenever you blink? You’d love the above-the-brow bangs like Ki Joo. If they grow out slightly, just use curling tongs and curl the ends to make them shorter.
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