21 Totally Perfect Side Swept Bangs Hairstyles

Side swept bangs will always be the perfect detail for a classic hairstyle. Whether they are short or long and blended, side swept bangs add an extra layer of interest to your haircut. Plus, they can be easier than straight across bangs. Oftentimes, side swept bangs are for that in between stage when shorter bangs are growing out.

Creating Your Ultimate Side Swept Bangs Look

Side swept bangs are the most versatile version of a fringe that is out there. They can blend beautifully with longer layers and look great on chic up-dos and ponytails. Bangs are known for framing the face while side swept bangs are the more relaxed version of the cut. Regardless of if your hair is textured, straight, super short or ultra long, there are beautiful side swept bangs out there for you! So, let’s see what there is to offer.

Blonde Bob With Layers

Most often, we see side swept bangs on short and sassy bobs. They work so well with hair that has a lot of layers to create a cohesive hairstyle.

Here, hair is straight yet slightly messy and textured. The side swept bangs fit perfectly with this ‘do. If your hair is thin or fine, then consider this blonde bob with layers.

Long Hair With Bangs

Side swept bangs are always interesting on long hair because it’s not particularly common. They look great on a rounder or oval face shape because they add necessary dimension and interest to softer face shapes.

This look has some layers cut throughout in a shag style, so bangs really just complete the vibe.

Up-Do With Side Swept Bangs

Side swept bangs are the perfect accessory for either a chic or casual up-do. They frame the face beautifully and keep up-do styles from looking too severe when pulled straight back.

If you have a gorgeous pair of eyes or a jawline you’re looking to soften, then sweep your bangs to the side as you pull your hair up.

Side Swept Auburn Pixie

Pixies look absolutely beautiful with side swept bangs. With this cut, the bangs are a huge part of this style.

This gorgeous auburn side swept style is sweetly stacked in the back and swooped to perfection over the left temple. Keep a little extra hair around the sideburns.

Retro Inspired With Side Bangs

This 1960’s inspired look is a beautiful way to rock side bangs. Here, volume is created at the top of the head for that mod style. It’s also perfect for a formal event.

You don’t have to take this look all the way, however. Side swept bangs can easily be rocked with a deep side part and long and luscious locks worn over the shoulders.

Sassy Pixie With Side Swept Bangs

This side swept bangs hairstyle has so much style! It’s perfect for framing a lovely face. A short stack at the back of the head provides height and flair for this sassy cut.

These bangs are nice and layered with the longest layers ending around the temple. A look like this is great for an oval or round face shape.

Shoulder Length And Textured

Shoulder length hair is always in style. Adding side swept bang to a textured cut like this one is always a good idea!

Don’t worry about covering your entire forehead with this style. This cut is all about movement and side swept bangs merely help this cut along.

Long Brown Hair With Bangs

This side swept bangs hairstyle stands apart because of its rounded shape. Here, the bangs are clearly side swept but are rather polished in their overall appeal.

You can see how easily the bangs blend into the layers surrounding the face in a swooping, rounded fashion. It truly adds interest to otherwise simple long hair.

Long Side Bangs With Long Layers

Side swept bangs don’t have to be short. They can be rather long, actually, and work with existing layers in the hair.

This hairstyle is rather long, so longer side swept bangs actually look better with this straighter hair texture.

Medium Length With Side Swept Bangs

Show off your sweet face with the bob length hairstyle. The side swept bangs frame a lovely face and add interest to an otherwise basic hairstyle.

We love how her hair is slightly textured. These side swept bangs are cut rather short in the center of the forehead for a playful look.

Silver Rounded Bob

This hairstyle is all about the side swept bangs! They work especially well with the overall rounded shape of the bob.

When hair is short, too, you can play with color. We love these angled side bangs in this bold grayish silver color.

Textured Hair With Long Side Swept Fringe

Side swept bangs can be short, long, or somewhere in between. These bangs are on the longer side, but still short enough to fall into the fringe category.

With this look, longer bangs are great for long and oval face shapes. Side bangs are easier to rock than regular bangs, so if you want to break up a long face shape, have your stylist recreate this look.

Cropped Bob With Side Bangs

Add side swept bangs to your cropped bob hairstyle! The short length of this bob breaks up an especially long chin. These subtle side swept bangs provide some much needed balance.

If you’re not interested in a thick fringe, try these sweet side swept bangs on your short bob hairstyle.

Side Bangs With Seamless Layers

It’s hard to say what is more beautiful; these gorgeous auburn highlights or the side swept bangs and layers. Both fall naturally for a flowing and seamless feel. Ask your stylist for layers like these, whether your hair is solidly colored or have plenty of highlights.

Layers and side swept bangs are great for styling and up-dos. We especially love this look on straight hair textures.

Straight Bob With Sweeping Side Bangs

This bob hairstyle looks yummy enough to eat! The soft pink color is perfect for highlighting these gorgeously chopped side swept bangs.

While these bangs are layered, they can easily be smoothed together for a cohesive look or texturized for more attitude.

Textured Side Bangs For Fine Hair

Side swept bangs go perfectly with this layered and textured bob. If you’re looking for a sexier style with movement, try out a cut like this one.

These side bangs blend seamlessly with the bulk of the front layers. For babes with thin or fine hair, this look provides a lot of volume.

Side Swept Bangs For Long And Thick Hair

It seems that side swept bangs were meant for this babe! Her oval face shape needs framing to throw off its balance, and these bangs do the trick perfectly.

By blending the side bangs with the body of the hair, an effortless look is achieved. If love to wear your hair long, we recommend this deep side part and side swept style.

Textured Pixie With Side Swept Bangs

This hairstyle may be short but it has all the flair hair ever needs! If your hair is thick and curly or textured, consider this beautiful cut.

These side bangs add interest to an oval shape, as seen here. The bangs have plenty of volume and dip glamorously just below the eyebrow. To pull the look together, the bulk of layers should be focused on the side of the head where the bangs sweep.

Wispy Layered Side Bangs

Looking for a sophisticated way to wear side swept bangs? This shoulder length cut is modern and fun yet still polished. These side swept bangs are a bit on the longer side. To achieve this look, the first layers should hit at the apples of the cheekbones.

The cool part of this look is the way the wispy layers are mirrored in the layered ends at the collarbone. For some versatility, you can wear these layers flipped out or curled under with a round brush.

Long With Lots Of Layers

This side swept bangs hairstyle is nothing short of stunning. Rock this look if you prefer to wear your hair nice and long. In fact, the side swept bangs are nice and long to match.

Cut loads of layers to achieve beautiful tresses like these. To seal the deal, you’ll need tons of moisture. Be sure to use a deep conditioner and follow up with lightweight oil.

Straight And Stacked Pixie

An edgy style may be what you need to rock side swept bangs. This beautiful pixie is round and angular in all the right places. Plus, it does wonders at showing off your pretty face and stunning cheekbones.

This cut is stacked and round at the back of the head. Cut those side bangs into layers that frame the cheekbones. Here, a piece of hair is pulled out in front of the ear.