Everyone In Hollywood Is Getting This Low-Maintenance Cut

It's not breaking news that curtain bangs are making a major comeback. Recent data gathered from Pinterest revealed that this year the search for "curtain fringes" has increased by 600%, which is staggering but in no way surprising. The Brigitte Bardot style is a classic — and has been going strong since the '60s. As of late, celebrities have been showing just how versatile the look can be on every hair type, length, and style.

As Sam Burnett, owner and creative director of Hare & Bone, explained to Refinery29, you can move the fringe forward to frame your face or your tuck it back or behind your ears to open up your features. Need proof? Just look to celebs like January Jones, Ciara, and Kirsten Dunst — who all rock it in their own unique ways.

Read on to see how Hollywood's red carpet stars are wearing the look. They're all so good — we're guessing the "curtain fringe" searches will only keep climbing.

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January Jones' self-described "60s vibe" would have fit perfectly into the Mad Men set— or on a 2017 late night appearance. (This was for the latter.)
Jackie Cruz usually rocks a straight-across blunt fringe, but recently she's taken to a more feathery look — and we love it.
Georgia May Jagger shows how to do curtain fringe the rock n' roll way.
Ciara's go-to stylist César Ramirêz hooked her up with long, lived-in fringe that flows smoothly into her mid-length ends.
We're not sure we'd recognise Alexa Chung without her signature bangs. Adding two loose ponytail braids for her recent Uncover shoot makes the look fun and youthful.
Eye-skimming fringes are every kind of cool on Suki Waterhouse.
Director Melina Matsoukas accents her gorgeous curls with face-framing fringe.
Solange's halo of curls looks downright angelic with a few short, fringe-y pieces.
Wispy bags are Dakota Johnson's M.O. How they don't stick to her forehead during those 50 Shades scenes is beyond us.
Kirsten Dunst recently took her fringe a little shorter, but kept them piece-y and parted in the middle. Arguably cooler than her high-and-tight cheer pony in Bring It On. Arguably.