Hairstyle For Big Forehead Female - Tips For Women

Not only a receding hairline would bring out a big forehead, but sometimes we are born with large foreheads. But does that mean women with big forehead can never look pretty and chic; NO! We are going to talk about how to hide your big forehead, and there is nothing to be ashamed of. We are here to help you achieve the beauty you need, and will give you all the information possible on how to hide a big forehead.

Let’s begin with how to style up and hide a big forehead. Please read on and be well-informed.
Here is the List of Hairstyles for big forehead

Women who do not find big, high or wide foreheads aesthetically pleasing, there are a couple of ways you can hide it. From choosing hairstyles cleverly, to following a few simple beauty tips and also picking the right hair accessories – it is possible to get the desired result. If our celebs can make it all the way to the path of success despite having a big forehead, so can you. Remember, it is your confidence that speaks volumes, not your forehead.

You could try the gorgeous Hollywood updo for the big forehead to hide in. When you focus on the hair in front, please ensure that a few strands are left falling over the face, either in curls or straight. And always make a loose bun with that. Canadian actress Rachel McAdams shows us how she covers her large forehead with elegance and grace.

What you need:

    Hair Brush
    Smoothening Serum
    Hair Pins
    Hair Spray (optional)

How to style:

    Brush out knots and tangles from your hair.
    Gather your hair ends loosely into a bun at the back and secure with pins. Use hairspray if hair does not stay in place.
    Part your bangs one side and pull out the longer hair strands towards the sides to frame your face better.
    Glide over smoothening serum to manage your flyaways. But refrain from using serum on your bangs.


Trim your bangs when it is dry or else it will end up way shorter than expected.

how she covers her large forehead with elegance and grace
Blunt With A Fringe
Try cutting your hair chin length which will cover the large space on the forehead. The fringe will distract the face and the chin length hair will contour the jawline and shapes the frame of your face too. Sarah Jessica Parker of SEX AND THE CITY anyone?

What you need:
    Texturing spray
    Hair dryer (optional)

How to Style:

    Spritz texturizing spray over freshly washed hair.
    For the next step, you can either make use of a towel or hair dryer. Flip your hair towards your front.
    Slowly scrunch your hair for few seconds using the towel or dryer.
    Repeat until the hair is completely dry.
    To add more volume to the hair, flip your hair in and out.
    Next make a hair parting on one side, making sure that the bangs are highlighted over your forehead.
    Do not brush your hair. Instead scrunch your hair to add shape.


If you end up with too much curls, you can soften its effects by brushing out your hair using paddle brush or blow drying on low setting for one or two minutes.

Ways to hide big forehead for ladies

Try using wavy locks which will help to hide your big forehead. For this, you would need to blow dry your fringes pretty well, which will then gather the much needed volume it needs to cover the large forehead. This would add dimension to your face and you could leave the rest of the hair loose behind.

What you need:

    Heat Protectant
    5 inch curling iron
    Teasing brush
    Wide toothed comb
    Smoothening serum
    Bobby pins

How to Style:

    Apply heat protectant on freshly washed hair.
    Part the back of your hair into two sections and curl.
    Smooth back your swept side swept bangs at the front.
    Smoothen out your hair using a serum and wide toothed comb.
    Part your bangs on one side to finish.


Use your fingers to massage your scalp and boost volume at roots.

Wavy hair style covered with forehead
Straight Fringe For Mid Length To Long Hair:
Bangs in any shape and size will help camouflage the big forehead too, so get thick bangs cut straight on the forehead and just above the eyes. You can also experiment and wear them below the eyebrows too. This is for mid length to long and very long hair to play with. Comb the rest of the hair backward to add more oomph and volume distraction.

What You Need:

    Styling cream
    Medium sized round brush
    Blow dryer

How to Style:

    Apply styling cream to freshly washed hair and comb through.
    Blow dry hair using medium sized round brush.
    Blow dry bangs, and then give shape using the round brush.
    Finish with pomade to the fringe and run your fingers to the ends for definition.


There is nothing cool about a style that looks too done. Wrap your hair in different sections for a little irregularity.

Straight fringe for mid length to long hair
Side Swept Fringes:

Cute side swept fringes can be the best way to cover ninety percent of the large forehead, and it works like magic if you have short hair and bob cuts. Ensure that the hair at the back is teased well with a teaser comb and hair spray to add more volume to distract the eyes.

What You Need

    Large round brush
    Flat iron
    Finishing spray

How to Style:

    Apply a volumizer to damp hair and comb your hair.
    Blow dry hair using large round brush.
    Flock the ends out on the fringe using a flat iron.
    Set the style off with a finishing spray.


Try a fast drying spray for great hold and touchable texture.

Side Swept Fringes

Pixie With Long Bangs:

Follow Rihanna and you would see how she went pixie with long bangs in front. So chic and pretty, this is a hairstyle that is perfect for the college PYT or the corporate woman. The hair at the back should be messy (do it with your with fingers and hair mousse to add volume), while the bangs in front should be matte toned and sleek combed with hairspray.

What You Need:

    Styling brush
    Finishing spray

How to Style:

    Apply a texturizer to damp hair.
    Blow dry hair using styling brush.
    Softly deconstruct hair shape by running finger through the ends.
    Set the style using a finishing spray.


Scrunch your hair and lightly back comb for long lasting hold.

Pixie With Long Bangs
 Messy Fringe:

Curls and bouncy ones are most loved. If you have short hair till the nape of the neck, keep the fringes messy in the front to cover the forehead, and the hair at the back should be blow dried sleek and nice to perfect out curls that can make the hair bounce and creates more distractions.

What You Need:

    Large barrel curling iron
    Round brush
    Light volumizing mousse

How to Style:

    Apply light volumizing mousse to damp hair.
    Blow dry hair using a round brush.
    Allow the hair to rest in place.
    Create a middle parting and sweep the fringe over to both sides.
    Back comb the crown area lightly.
    Take one inch of hair in the crown and back area. Do a simple braiding on each side.
    Wrap one side of the braids across the top of your head and pin it behind your one ear.
    Allow to set in place using a light hold hairspray.


Accent the elaborate braids with studded pearls.

Messy fringe
Lazy Bangs:

To make the illusion come through nice and pretty, we would look at lazy bangs for the large forehead to hide in. Once again, we would use wispy strands, coiled and turned and set well with mousse and curlers to create a cute hairstyle, fringes and to cover the large forehead too.

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