Now you do… want a fringe? Well, Thought you didn’t

Hair - - Unisex Styles -

Fringes tend to look dirty more quickly than the rest of your hair as they are in di­rect con­tact with your skin. Use a dry shampoo to re­fresh and ab­sorb any oili­ness, then brush through well be­fore styling as nor­mal. To en­cour­age your fringe to fall per­fectly straight, dry it us­ing a ‘wrap­ping’ tech­nique; first, brush to one side sev­eral times while blow-dry­ing, then brush to the other side, all the while di­rect­ing air flow down the hair. Con­tinue al­ter­nat­ing un­til hair is dry, then sim­ply brush your fringe into place. Grow­ing out your fringe? Use dec­o­ra­tive bands to sweep hair back off the face or smooth to one side and pin with lots of bobby pins for a run­way-in­spired fin­ish that looks per­fect with a pony­tail. Re­vive slept-on hair in min­utes by fo­cus­ing on your fringe and the front sec­tions that frame your face. Use a round brush to add vol­ume and shape, then twist the rest back into a sim­ple bun. Blunt fringes can be tricky to pull off. If you’re tempted to try a fringe, chat to your stylist about the best op­tions to suit both your face shape and fea­tures. A longer, side-swept ver­sion can be very flat­ter­ing, as can a softer shape with tapered sides (think Alexa Chung).

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