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Embracing The Fringe Again

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Embracing The Fringe Again

woman smiling fringe hair

Hair trends are constantly changing and evolving, isn’t it an exciting industry?  This past year we’ve had quite a few flashback trends in beauty, hair and fashion coming about.  There’s definitely been a major 90’s revolution happening, among other comebacks.  Fringe hairstyles have definitely made a splash on the beauty world again, and while some of us may be a bit hesitant at first there’s something really refreshing and exciting about it.  Embracing the fringe again is something we’re  all about, and we thought we would share some of our must know tips for embracing the fringe again so you can make the most of a fringe hairstyle yourself.

Keep Up With The Maintenance
One of the things about really embracing the fringe again, is you’re going to want to keep up with the maintenance.  The frustrating thing about fringe can be when it begins to grow out and you don’t have a trim appointment scheduled.  Many hair experts suggest heading into the salon every couple of weeks if just for a quick fringe trim to keep up with the look and avoid frustration you may feel when they begin to grow out.  You won’t need a full haircut, just talk to your hair stylist about how often he/she suggests to get them trimmed.  And please, don’t just trim them yourselves!  You want to embrace the fringe again, so see your hairstylist to make sure you can maintain the hair style in the best way possible.

woman with fringe bangs

Find a Fringe Look That Works For You
The great part about the fringe hair style is it really looks great regardless of your hair’s length, so you don’t have to feel like you need to chop all your hair off into a bob to rock the fringe and embrace it.  There are so many different ways to get your hair cut into the fringe look, it’s really about figuring out a fringe style that works for you, your hair and your personal style.  If you’re not quite sure, ask your hair stylist!  We’re seeing fringe in everything from a full blunt bang to bangs that are longer and piece-y in texture to shorter bang options.  The options are limitless – so you have plenty to choose from and embrace in a way that feels more like you.

Avoid Overusing Product
Something you may notice when embracing the fringe again is that using hair care products is a bit different.  Fringed hair tends to look greasy or oily much more quickly when you use too much product.  So while you may be used to using a certain amount of product, scale back and adjust to make sure that you’re not adding too much.  You’ll notice that the fringe looks greasy if you are (since there’s less hair there), but once you get into the habit of it, you’ll be golden!

Of course, we can’t forget to mention the importance of taking care of your skin on your forehead.  Since there’s more of a chance for hair care product to get to that part of your skin, make sure you’re cleansing your forehead thoroughly before heading to bed every night.

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