Getting the fringe benefit
Fringes are simply strands or locks of hair that have been cut in a way to make them fall in front of the hairline and they are more beautiful and versatile than ever.
There is almost always a fringe to suit every face shape. Be it heart, square and even the round face. Pretty much everyone suits a fringe, it’s all about where the fringe ends. Whether it’s a long fringe that accentuates the cheekbones or brow skimming, the most important thing is working it to fit the face shape and the jawline.
A face-framing fringe is this year’s must-have beauty accessory.
Before committing to one fringe, take inspiration from celebrities and from Instagram, saving the ones you like to show your hairdresser. This will help the two of you to settle on the type of fringe that best suits your face as well as your taste.
From the French-girl fringe or the micro-fringe, and the classic like long, side-swept fringe, the options are there.
This hairstyle can require slightly more effort than the lengths of your hair. They are in constant contact with your forehead, which might be a consideration if you are prone to breakouts or have acne.
Want to spot the hairstyle anytime soon? Here are some of your favourite celebrity-inspired fringe to get you started.