Look, I know what you’re thinking – in a year full of uncertainty, why oh why would I get a fringe? We get it, it’s a notoriously risky move – it’s also one of autumn’s biggest hair trends (we’re thanking Marianne from Normal People). So, without further ado, we’ve lined up a fresh batch of inspiration. Give in to temptation, book the darn fringe.
Contrary to popular opinion, anyone can wear a fringe (and look great doing it), it’s just about finding the right style. A blunt-cut, all-one-length fringe can look a little harsh while keeping a little more length around the sides is softer.
A longer fringe means more styling possibilities too – sweeping it to the side is always a good option. Then there’s baby bangs (otherwise known as the micro-fringe). They have that edgy feel, especially when they’re choppy or wonky.
The most wearable style? We’d say a layered curtain fringe is your best best. It suits pretty much everyone and is *very 2020* (in this case, that’s a good thing). It’s good to air on the side of caution when getting a fringe cut. You can always go shorter, remember. For curly hair, ask your stylist to cut your fringe dry. That way you’ll avoid any surprises brought on by shrinkage.
By Beth LudolfBook the cut