Having long and thin hair can be a blessing in disguise. It may sometimes feel like a nuisance when it doesn’t hold curls or style well, but with the right styling tools and tricks, you can achieve beautiful, long and thin hairstyles that will have you looking chic! Keep reading to learn some of the best easy hairstyles with bangs for long thin hair, so you can achieve salon-worthy looks in the comfort of your own home.
Beachy waves are one of the most popular hairstyles for long and thin hair, and the best part is, it’s super easy to do! All you need is a curling iron and some hairspray, and you’re on your way to achieving that beachy, boho vibe. Start by sectioning your hair and curling sections at a time, alternating the direction of each curl. Once your whole head is curled, allow your hair to cool and relax, then use your fingers to comb through the curls to create an effortless beachy wave. If your bangs are long enough, you can also curl them for an added touch of glamour.
Half-up, Half-down Top Knot
Half-up, half-down styling is a great way to add a little something extra to your look, without going overboard. Plus, it’s super easy to do! Start by gathering the top half of your hair and loosely tying it into a high ponytail. Wrap the ponytail around itself to form a bun, and secure it with bobby pins. Then, pull some of your bangs, along with a few loose strands of hair, around the bun to give it a softer look, and you’re all set.
Side Fishtail Braid
A side fishtail braid is both chic and oh-so-easy to do! Start by gathering all your hair to one side (be sure to include your bangs) and split it into two sections. Take a small strand from the outer edge of the left section, and cross it over to the right section. Then, take a small strand from the outer edge of the right section and cross it over to the left section. Continue this pattern, alternating between the two sections, until you reach the end of your hair. Secure the end with an elastic and you are good to go!
The twisted ponytail is a great way to add a little something extra to an otherwise ordinary ponytail. All you need to do is make a regular ponytail, and then twist the length of the ponytail. Once it is twisted, grab the end with your fingers and wrap it around the elastic. Secure it with more bobby pins, and you’re good to go! This hairstyle is so quick and easy, and it’s sure to make a statement.
Double Dutch Braids