Bangs is the haircut straightly above the eyebrows. It enhances the hair style and softens the facial features.
Fringe is the classic hairstyle which comes in various shapes and styles. It is not thick as bangs.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead||The front part of someone’s hair, cut so as to hang over the forehead|
|Synonyms||Explosion, strike, blast, thump, whack, smack||Edge, border, verge, limit, bound, side|
|Antonyms||Caress, cavity, closeness, accomplish, whimper||Middle, core, within, focus, gist, hub|
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|Word origin||The word bangs was originated from Mid-16th century: imitative, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; compare with Old Norse bang ‘hammering’.||The word fringe was originated from Middle English: from Old French frenge, based on late Latin fimbria, earlier a plural noun meaning ‘fibres, shreds’.|
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