Kendall Jenner is the latest to jump on the Kardashian bang bandwagon. Just a week ago, Kim Kardashian debuted the most unexpected hair transformation on Instagram, and now her little sister is following suit. If you, too, are feeling in the mood for a dramatic cut, it's time to learn how to get Kendall Jenner's bangs.
On Mon. night, the model shared a selfie with her 103 million Instagram followers showing off brand-new wispy bangs that might have you calling up your stylist immediately. Jenner is certainly loving the makeover and she doesn't care who knows it, flashing her supermodel poses in a series of videos.
Perhaps she was so inspired by her sister Kim Kardashian West's new blunt bangs that she just had to have some for herself. On Jan. 29, the TV personality-turned-cosmetics brand founder promoted new lip colors in her makeup line, KKW BEAUTY, with a fringe-clad selfie. Kardashian West's bangs, unlike Jenner's new look, are thick and straight-across, grazing the tops of her eyebrows.
Jenner's, on the other hand, are thinner and longer, lending to a carefree wispy look. They're choppy, tousled, and intentionally messy, tapered on the sides to blend in with the rest of her hair.
In fact, the new look is giving some fans Kris Jenner vibes. The 63-year-old "momager" has coined her iconic short cut, a choppy style with side-swept bangs. In Oct., Kylie Jenner copied the legendary look with a wig in a funny Instagram post. In the caption, she wrote, "obsessed with you @krisjenner."
The Kardashian-Jenner girls are looking more and more like their mother, it seems, and they're embracing the resemblance. As far as Jenner's new bangs, they're the perfect way to do fringe without too much maintenance.
While blunt bangs can look heavy and unkempt without intensive styling, the choppy variety actually looks better messy. Jenner's bangs are a great pick for small foreheads, too, seeing as they don't offer full coverage. So, ease into the bangs trend with this low-key, wispy version à la Jenner, then stock up on The Zoe Report's favorite fringe-approved hair products, ahead.