The side-swept, mid-length cut with bangs has a few elements of the side hair look. It may be a little less refined, but it certainly isn't lacking in style and character. More adapted to our busy working lives, this clavicut has a keen following in those who follow fashion and beauty trends.
Side-swept, mid-length hair with bangs: a versatile and sexy style
Situated between a thick mid-length cut and a smooth one, side-swept, mid-length hair with bangs is a good balance. With this as a base, it's possible to wear your hair straight, wavy or curly. What's best about this style, however, is its ability to either camouflage or show off your bangs, whether that be swept to one side or straight down over the forehead. It's not for nothing that Amber Heard loves this easily-personalized, versatile and feminine look.
Side-swept mid-length hair with bangs: for all faces, but not all hair types
Professional stylists recommend this look for round-, square-, oval- and triangle-shaped faces because of how easy it is to wear. The result is always a lot cleaner on thick to very thick hair: fine hair will need a texturizing product like Wild Stylers Next Day Hair (a dry finishing spray) to copy this look without losing its charm.
Mid-length hair shows off your color
In its unstraight, lightly wavy version, side-swept mid-length hair with bangs allows the wearer to play with the luminosity of your hair color. Denis Holbecq, ambassador hair stylist at L'Oréal Professionnel, recommends this cut to really show off a bronde shade, thanks to the movement of the hair. Styled in this way, a natural-looking subtle blond/brunette color will reach its full and golden potential.