Kirsten Dunst Is Making A Case For Curtain Bangs This Fall

If you went to middle or high school during the 2000s, there's a pretty good chance that Kirsten Dunst starred in your favorite movie. From blockbusters like Bring It On and Spider-Man to cult classics like The Virgin Suicides and Drop Dead Gorgeous, every role she stepped into became instantly iconic.

That's why we were so excited to hear that, after a brief acting hiatus, Dunst is returning to the screen as a waterpark employee lured into a pyramid scheme in the Showtime series On Becoming a God in Central Florida. The other reason we're thrilled she's in the spotlight again? Girl's got her hair game on lock.


While still rocking her signature long blonde strands, Dunst has quietly been giving us all a masterclass in how to rock curtain bangs right. Ahead, check out the many different ways Dunst has worn them thus far, convincing us more and more with each passing day that this will be the hottest bang style come fall.

For a screening of her new show in New York City this week, Dunst showed us how damn chic curtain bangs look as an accent to a low ponytail. Hairstylist Owen Gould styled her hair in loose waves before pulling it back and parting her bangs right down the middle to frame her face.
For another day of promoting her show in the city, Dunst showed us how to blend curtain bangs with a more casual look. Gould left her hair long and full with soft, romantic bends. And can we talk about that berry lip?
Black hair bows were huge in 2018, and it looks like the trend is still going strong in 2019. For The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Dunst channeled the '60s with Bardot-esque bangs, a high pony, and an oversized black bow.

Though bangs are always a commitment, Dunst is proving that they can be far more versatile than you may think.
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