If the idea of chopping a section of your locks for floppy bangs makes you go "nah, not worth the extra effort" to avoid them hanging limp in front of your face, there's plenty of inspiration ahead to change your mind. Behold 26 angelic swoopy side bangs from celebrities—thanks to a little round-brush and flat iron magic.More
One way to wrangle long and loose side bits is simply to let them take center stage. Pull the rest of your hair back in a bun, add a little flick at the ends with a hot tool, and let them do all the talking.
Washington usually wears her bangs slicked back, parted in the middle, and to the sides, but this curtaining effect with a teased and slicked-over section of hair is equally stunning.