The cut: Long, full bangs with a half-moon shape — shorter in the centre and longer on the sides. Bangs are cut to centre-of-the-eye length, then razor-trimmed into a pseudo shag.
Who wears it best: These bangs soften a square-shaped face. Steer clear if you’ve got a circular-shaped face; they will only make your face look rounder.
Best texture: Medium-to-thick-textured hair that’s fairly straight or wavy. If it’s too thin and fine, bangs will look straggly.
Best colour: Dark locks conjure up a mod feeling and show off the angled cut, whether you’re wearing it wavy or straight.
Beauty tools: A big, round brush with natural bristles and a flat-iron. Don’t smooth bangs too straight with your flat-iron; keep some movement at the ends. Finish with a silky serum that imparts shine.
Model photography, Anthea Simms