Parisian bangs are most often associated with Brigitte Bardot or Jane Birkin. Today, the Parisian bangs have returned to favor thanks to the popular it Girl Jeanne Damas or Caroline de Maigret. Dakota Johnson also has a very Parisian bangs, which you can associate e.g. from the series 50 Gray's face. I admit that the bangs of Jeanne and Dakota are so cute that even for a moment I wanted to go back to this type of hairstyle.
Fortunately, I came to my senses in time. I remembered my adventure with bangs (actually two approaches to bangs) and how much I dreamed they would grow back in express mode. Unfortunately, curly hair and bangs are a medium combination, certainly in the case of my hair, although I know that some curly-haired people choose bangs and look great. One example is the influencer who runs an Instagram profile @vanellimelli. She looks PHENOMENAL in the bangs! I will not go back to the bangs because the regrowth process was quite traumatic. Especially when the fringe was too short to fasten and too long to be a fringe. Do you know this time?
The bangs are one of those elements that are so Parisian. Of course, we can easily create a Parisian look with red lipstick or natural makeup, but the bangs can be the proverbial icing on the cake. Just what should a Parisian style bang be like? Of course, such as the rest of Parisian hair - it can not be stylized. Parisians are famous for the fact that they value naturalness both in terms of clothing and beauty. They often reach for natural and good quality cosmetics. Parisians like no makeup and hair styling that can't be seen with the naked eye (if you think Parisians don't style their hair, you're mistaken). The key to the Parisian look is that both styling and hairstyle or makeup be (or play well, like the best actresses) a natural look.