Edinburgh Festival Fringe

If like us you like to change it up, there will come a time where you consider the much-loved option of a fringe. But unlike Edinburgh’s annual festival, a fringe is a long-term commitment, something that will stay with you for a while – not a temporary month long moment of madness!

Before you get the snip here are our Do’s and Dont’s to a successful fringe.

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DOS

  • Make sure you keep it up to date. It is not the sixties and the fringe has moved on so embrace a modern look.
  • Try a heavy fringe to hide problem eyebrows.
  • Consider your hair. What’s right for straight hair won’t work on curls.
  • Use fringe friendly products. Heavy, oily products will weight it down and make it greasy.
  • Don’t be afraid to pop in for regular fringe trims. Never cut it yourself EVER!
  • If it’s too much of a step, then start off with longer soft bangs to test the water.

 

 

DON’T

  • Rush into a fringe. It takes time and effort to keep it looking good.
  • Just consider your face shape or the size of your forehead. For example if you have oily skin it means an oily fringe!
  • Be afraid to fake it like Kendal Jenner.
  • Go too short, unless you want to make a statement.
  • Worry if you don’t love your bangs, they grow back eventually!

 

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