How To Make Your Fringe Work For You
Bangs are back in a big way. The fringe is an instant style statement whether it’s short or eye-grazing, thick or wispy, straight or wavy, black or pink. But before you go out and get one, work out what length it should be, the type of bangs like blunt-cut, side-swept or a peek-a-boo fringe and if you are planning on keeping your hair long, cutting it short into a bob or keeping it straight or curly. Whatever you choose, be sure to consult your hairstylist to make sure it works perfectly for you.
Work blunt baby bangs with long straight locks for contrast.
Keep it classic with straight bangs that fall right below the brows, but just above the eyes. For this length, you'll need a trim more regularly.
Pair straight bangs with a statement bob.
Rock piecey bangs with a modern mullet.
It's ultra hot pink! Soften your look with a wispy version of the pixie cut.
Keep it laid back with a wavy, mid-length style.
This side-swept fringe is soft and feminine when hair is short and sassy.
Work blunt bangs with long straight locks for contrast.
Go for ultra cool with a bowl-shaped "mushroom" cut.
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