While picking any haircut for kids, keep them simple. Children are least bothered about their hair while at play. Hence they require haircuts that are easy to maintain, and don't require any styling, other than basic combing. Here are some cute hairstyles with bangs for kids, and directions on how they are cut.
Haircuts for Girls
Here are some cute short, medium, and long haircuts for girls.
This is the easiest to maintain, because it is the shortest cut. The hair on the side and back is cut into short crops, and the front section of the hair is styled into bangs. You can keep the bangs longer. However if they distract while reading, you can clip them up, or go for shorter ones.
Many girls can be seen wearing this haircut. To get a graduated bob, the hair near the nape of the neck is cut short, and that on the sides is kept longer, you can keep the sides symmetrical or asymmetrical. Style this cut with side bangs or straight blunt ones.
Other Bob Haircuts
Many other bob hairstyles look cute on girls. Romantic bob haircuts look great on curly, wavy hair, while a stacked bob suits thick hair. You can also go with a blunt bob if you want to keep the style even more simple.
If your child has medium or long hair, then go with simple, layered hairstyles to make her long hair look neater. Just accompany side blunt or straight blunt bangs, and cut the hair on both sides into layers.
Haircuts for Boys
Haircut ideas for boys should be kept simple and shorter, as longer the hair, more messier it can get, and more difficult the style will be to maintain. Here are some ideas.
Mohawk hairstyles look very cute on boys. Their hair on the sides is shaved off, with a thick strip of hair in the middle kept longer, to be styled into a Mohawk. Make sure you keep the Mohawk hair shorter, so it is easier to style. Never use gel, just wet the hair with plain water, and style them upwards.
Front Spiky Hair
If you want to try out spiky hairstyles for your kid, just cut his hair into a buzz cut. Keep the front bangs slightly longer. Wet them and style upwards with your palms.
If you like the Zack Efron look, then you can consider a simpler style for your boy. Just get him a bowl cut with deep layers, and the hair on the back kept longer. Try to maintain the bangs above the eyebrows, or just touching the eyebrows in this haircut.
If your child has naturally wavy or curly hair, and you don't know what to do with it, try a messy hairstyle. For this, you have to merely keep the hair near the back and on the sides cut shorter, and the hair near the crown kept longer. Just wet the hair, tousle a few strands on the forehead as bangs, and let them naturally dry.
These were the different ideas of fringed haircuts for children. So, pick a few styles which suit your kid's hair type, show him/her the pictures, and get the haircut which they like the most.