When it comes to updating your hair, adding a fringe to your style is one of the most popular ways to completely transform your look. But, it’s often one of those ‘will it suit me?’ moments for many, and if you’re like me, you’ve yet to take the plunge.
However, there’s practically a fringe to suit all face shapes, and with advice from your stylist, you could be rocking this year’s trends.
There’s no shortage of inspiration available, and we’ve seen celebrities sporting bangs in many forms. So take a look at some of the top fringe trends this year and find out which styles might suit you best.
Celebrities have been channelling major 70s vibes recently with feathered cheekbone length fringes and tousled locks. This hairstyle suits both blonde and brunette tones and adds depth and texture to longer hair giving you old school Farrah Fawcett volume.
The fringe associated with chic Parisian style is having its moment once again. This sleek cut arches above the brows and is soft on the cheekbones. It’s also a pretty heavy fringe, but the textured edges create a more versatile style compared to the blunt cut.
This fringe trend might not be for everyone, but A-listers from FKA Twigs, Emma Roberts and Bella Hadid have been spotted rocking this statement style. If you’re tempted to get the micro fringe chop, chat to your stylist about what suits your face shape and how to maintain this cool look.
Blunt bangs are one of the most popular options when opting for a fresh new cut. This fringe falls across the forehead and is ideal for naturally straight hair. However, blunt cuts can emphasize the width of the face, so chat to your hairdresser on the best options.
The curtained fringe is a slightly less tousled version of the 70s bangs. This look naturally falls to the sides of the forehead and around the eye. This fringe trend is perfect for concealing a broader forehead and draws attention to the jawline.
Fringes will always be in fashion, but it’s sometimes challenging to pick the right style for your face shape. Plus, they are typically more maintenance in-between regular cuts. However, if you’re thinking about revamping your look, chat with your stylist to see what could work for you and your lifestyle.