Tash’s Take on Fringes

Tash’s Take on Fringes

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Fringe Benefits at Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield

Are you looking for a new hairstyle but not confident enough to have your long locks cut into a cool short style?  Maybe your first step towards change should be a fringe!   Our Style Director Tash takes a look at some of the different fringe styles around.  If you fancy a change, you can talk to any one of our Sixth Sense stylists who can tell you which fringe will work best with your face shape…

Blunt and Bold Fringes

blunt-bold-fringeMake a statement with a bold and blunt fringe. This hair trend is great for angular faces and slim faces as they tend to make your face look a little wider.  Add a gorgeous new hair colour and you’ll soon be turning heads!

One of the most daring statements is to add a micro fringe to your style.  Your fringe will be shorter than usual and can be either straight and blunt or a little choppy.  It’s an edgy look and looks best with straight hair and maybe a dynamic fashion colour such as a bold blue, bright pink or platinum blonde.

The 1970s Fringe

1970s-inspired-fringeThe trend for all things 1970s began in 2015 and continues into 2016.  Check out the High Street shops and you’ll see lots of suede, fringing and frilly clothing – just like we wore in the ‘70s.

When it comes to your hair, wear it in a relaxed, slightly wavy style and add a longer fringe with a flick at each end.

The Fringe Curtains

With this look you should ask your stylist to cut you a fringe that skims just below your eyebrows and then chop into it.  This is a sexy fringed look that is a little bit messy and uber cool.

For a change you can part your fringe in the middle and wear it with a little gap in the middle… just as though you’ve opened the curtains in the morning!

Side Swept Fringes

Side-sweeping-fringeKeep your fringe long and opt for a side parting so you can sweep your fringe to one side.  This style looks gorgeous with long, wavy hair and you can also update it by adding a 1970s fringe flick every now and then for a change!

You can also give it an up to date feel by sweeping it to one side and having it cut with a blunt line as seen in this photo.

Quiffed Fringes

Quiffed-fringeI guess we have Miley Cyrus to thank for bringing the quiff into fashion for us girls!  This is a super cool hairstyle that is not for the faint-hearted!  You can form a quiff on a longer fringe by blow drying it in an upwards direction and fixing it into place with some hair product.

If your fringe is shorter, you could opt for a spiked fringe instead!  Whatever you decide, have fun and experiment with your fringe and hair for a new look every now and then.

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