Transforming your look can be easy with the right hairstyle. Getting bangs with weaves is a great way to create a unique and dramatic look that accentuates your features and frames your face.
In this article, we focus on how to create some fabulous weave hairstyles with bangs.
45 Weave Hairstyles With Bangs
Bangs are great at centering a focal point or attention area of your face if done right. They are not meant to hide your face or eyes unless that’s your plan. They can hide large foreheads or shade larger eyes. There are many bang styles, so why try them out with weave? Check out our ideas below.
These curved choppy bangs look fantastic with a high ponytail. The bangs fit her face shape perfectly with the longer sides. Leaving the two long strands of hair looks great in this style.
The big waves look gorgeous on weaves and wigs. The slightly wavy bangs go great with this look. It would also look great if the bangs were straight.
3. Full Choppy
Choppy bangs have uneven ends and they are designed to be that way. These bangs look great in any style. The color blue really complements the style.
Swoops are great for making faux bangs. They look great with long straight styles. The swoop is versatile and you can add one to any style for a quick bang-like look.
5. Long Side
Another way to make a faux bang is by putting your hair up and leaving a part out. The side-bang look is awesome. It is one of my favorite ways to do bangs. This goes great with ‘up’ styles.
Curtain bangs are done in several different ways. You can leave thick or thinner strips of hair out on both sides of the face. I like this look with the high ponytail that falls on both sides of the face.
This hot pink ponytail is very fun. I love the lifted bangs; it makes it look very whimsical. The lifted bangs are normally done in classic formal styles. But this look shows it would be great for a fun casual look.
The curled bangs are gorgeous. This is a romantic look. The wand curls look great and it was a smart idea to curl the bangs also. When curling bangs, it is best to leave your bangs slightly longer if you want to curl them because you will lose length once you curl them.
This is a cute mixed-style bang. The short fringe bangs lead to the longer side strands which look amazing. I like this style in a high bun. But I believe it would be just as pretty if left down.
10. Full Bangs
These Curtain bangs are layered and frame the face well. The angle of the layers gives the pieces of bang a nice bumped look.
12. Long Curled
The long curled bang is cute with this half-up style. I like faux bangs which are just pieces of hair left out of the style. This faux bang is created by layers.
13. Large Side Bang
This is another side-bang look. This bang is slightly curled to go with the curled ponytail. I like the overall look of this style. The larger side bang looks good.
14. Angled Bang
Angled bangs are an individualized style. When choosing bangs for a swerve you will be wearing consistently, it is good to consider what styles would look great. These bangs look great with layered styles.
This centered bang is very cute with the half-up crimped style. Keeping the bangs smaller and not across the whole front gives this a cutesy, shaded-eye look.
16. Choppy Bang Ponytail
These long choppy bangs look great in this half-up style. Keeping this style simple was a great choice. The slight curls and waves of this style look amazing with the bangs.
Adding a swoop to the style adds a great texture change. I love the dark blue color with the flipped ends in this hairstyle. The swoop ties this look together.
18. Split Color
Split color bangs are very bold and fun. You can do these two colored bangs with the half and half look like this. Or you could just have color in the bangs to create a unique look.
I like the classic lifted and rolled bangs. This style looks great for formal occasions. This bang continues to the side of the head and is styled into a pin curl.
20. Long Curtain
The long curtain bangs are fantastic. I love the haphazard look of this style. This is a great casual day style. The bangs do not have to be curled and it would still look great.
Blunt cut bangs are very common. These bangs look fantastic in a long straight look. But they also look good with top knots and low ponytails.
22. Short Ponytail
Short bangs are not for everybody. It is a hard style to pull off. These look great in this wavy style with her face shape. It is always great to consider your face shape and facial features when looking into doing bangs. Short bangs also look good with longer straight styles.
I never considered this natural style as a bang style. But the way the hair is styled over the forehead transforms it into a ‘bang’ look. This afro wig is perfectly styled with fringe bangs.
24. Full Bang
Full bangs can go with any style, but not all styles. Some styles with bangs seem to be out of place. So when doing quirky styles like these large Bantu knots you are treading a thin line between fun and quirky or over-the-top. But I feel that this style looks good with the bangs and would look just as good with soft baby hairs.
25. Large Curtain
This style is very soft and sophisticated. The large curtain bangs give this style a soft innocent look. This would be a great look for the holidays when you’re looking for a quick up-do.
This style has a retro vibe, and it could also be called foxy. I love this look with the ombre curls. These bangs have a great texture and shape. This is a pretty way to wear curly bangs.
27. Bang Bob
Bobs look great with bangs. These blunt bangs were the perfect addition to this blunt-cut bob. This style is very simple. It’s also the easiest wig you can have to throw on and go.
28. Curled Strands
The small strands left out of this are a great way to enhance a style. The small pieces are more like mini curtain bangs. The curly pieces at the front are a great styling choice and make for a stunning look.
29. Curly Fringe
Curly fringe bangs are unique and cute. I love these bangs with the long natural curls. I think they would be great with a natural puff or ponytail also.
30. Long Thin Curtain
This half-up style looks great. The thin curtain bangs are not meant to overtake the style. These bangs draw attention to the face and are a nice way to frame it.
31. Long Ponytail
These bangs with the bun are very cute. They would look better if they were curved to fit her face shape. Her face would benefit from the longer sides of curled bangs or cute curtain bangs. But this style does still look great on her. So even if you want to try bangs that others think don’t fit your face, doing it with weaves is the best way to try.
Curved bangs are another individualized style for bangs. The bangs are called curved because of the bumped curve and not the cut shape. This is a style that will look great on almost anyone.
33. Wispy Blunt
The wispy look is not normally done with blunt-cut bangs. Blunt-cut bangs are normally thick and full. However, this wispy style goes great with the blunt cut and long straight hair.
The colorful curved fringe bangs look amazing. This is an edgy look. I love the peek-a-boo blue showing under the hair but also popping fully out in the bangs. It is a great use of color in bangs and shows doing bold colorful bangs can work.
This is another great way to add color to bangs. This ombre look with the matching bangs looks good. Keeping the bangs in tone with the hair is perfect.
36. Full Bangs
This is a cute full-bang style. The blonde bangs look great in this ombre style. This is another option when doing ombre, leaving the bangs one color rather than including them in the ombre style. Either way looks good.
37. Long Curtain Bangs
Large curtain bangs are great with any style. I love them with this long straight ponytail. These would look good if they were curled also. You can’t go wrong with curtain bangs because they are very versatile.
38. Short Banged Bob
These fringe bangs go great with the short bang. It is a great switch up from the more common full bangs that are normally done with short bobs. I like that these bangs are choppy and not precise; it adds character to the style.
39. Twisted Front
Bangs and a high puff were a go-to style with my natural hair before I cut it. This wig looks like a wash-and-go. The curved bangs look great in this style. My bangs were normally just curtain or side bangs.
40. Wispy Curved
This is a cute style. But the bangs do not go well with her face shape. I love the different textures of the straight wispy bangs and the crinkled ponytail. But she would have looked better with curtain bangs.
This is a very unique way to do a leave-out. I like the idea. The bangs were created by a ponytail leave-out and it looks good. I think it should have been left straight because the transition from straight to curls is slightly jarring.
These curved fringe bangs look amazing in this half-up style. The longer sides of the bangs are curled while the rest is left straight and it’s a cute contrast. These bangs complement these double top knots greatly.
Blunt bangs always go great with a long silky straight style. This is a common combination that still works. These bangs were not left full and were thinned out to give it a wispy look and that works great also.
44. Curved Bob
These choppy bangs look good with this wavy bob. I like that they are straight and long. This is a good benefit of bangs; it gives a sultry mysterious look with any style.
45. High Ponytail
This high blunt ponytail really benefited from the bumped bangs. I like that these bangs didn’t go across the entire front of the head for this style. It keeps the ponytail as the main focal point.
I think bangs would look good on anyone. It is just a matter of finding a style that works for you. Have you ever tried bangs? If so, would you try them again? Let us know in the comments below!