10 Times Celebrities Fooled Us All With Their Faux Bangs
Did she or didn’t she? Every time a celeb is spotted with a fresh set of smooth, cowlick-free bangs, once we’re done admiring how perfect they are, we immediately need to know whether the fringe is real or faux. When stars are seen with fringe on one red carpet and none the next, they don’t have a secret for making hair grow faster; it’s thanks to the magic of clip-in bangs. While faux bangs can make for a dramatic statement, bad ones can go wrong just as quickly as the hair piece is clipped in. Needless to say, the stars that have fooled us on multiple occasions with their fake bangs all deserve gold stars. Here, we have ten celebrities who’ve rocked faux fringes that looked too good to possibly be real.
A low, ballerina bun is chic on its own but fake full, blunt bangs like the set Lily Collins wore at Paris Fashion Week will take the look to the next level.
Although Gigi has fooled everyone with her convincing clip-in fringe on more than one occasion, the first time she wore choppy full bangs at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards looked so chic that we almost texted our stylists to make an appointment ASAP.
A set of perfectly dramatic bangs like the piece Maisie wore to the 2016 Emmy Awards is a foolproof way to turn an effortless top knot that’s usually reserved for second or third day hair, into an after-afters or red carpet-worthy hairstyle.
A full set of fringe added a little something extra to Ciara's classic pony on the 2016 Billboard Music Awards red carpet.
Leave it to Bella to trick us into thinking the model updated her long, chocolate brown hair with a set of soft, side-swept bangs at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Baby bangs are not for the faint of heart, which is why rocking a clip-in set like the ones Emily wore for a photoshoot is a smart move before picking up a pair of scissors.
Want your shaggy, layered cut to look even cooler? Karlie’s commitment-free, tapered bangs will do just the trick.
When you spend time doing a smoky eye this good you want it to get noticed. A set of bangs with slightly longer sides will draw the attention up to your eyes.
As far as bangs go, Chrissy’s long, wispy ones are about as low maintenance as fringe gets. They’re also the perfect style to test before making the actual chop.
How to take top knots from the gym to the red carpet: Take a cue from Kendall and clip on a set of eye-grazing, piecey fringe.