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