You can carve out hairstyles for square faces with bangs though they can pose challenges at times. If you choose short, wide and boxy bangs or blunt bangs, they will create too much emphasis on the jaw line. The hallmark of a squared face is a robust and angular jaw, thereby; bangs have to be weaved aptly to avoid a much-straight-across style. Center-parted bangs can ignite prominence and roundness illusion in a square face. Another way to detract attention from the angular jaw is wearing smooth, tousled and choppy bangs.
Additionally, you can make a rich seam of textured bangs cut ideally to give fabulous hairstyles, even if you have long and straight hair. Texturing should be done properly to ensure the straight line is distorted and not overly emphasized. By the same breath, you can go for another brand that adopts profuse and straight-across choppy bangs that are broken up. Long side bangs are touted as they create a sweeping arc across your forehead, offer more movement and wavy ends and enable you to diffuse the angular jaw line.
You can also wear shorter bangs but allow them to canopy the forehead. The bangs can be trimmed higher up with longer layers for easier movement. Women with hairdressing dexterity can flirt with this style to make smooth long bobs that are straight but flowing on one side.