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    Fringe Hairstyles, Who Can Wear Them?

    Swept Fringe Hairstyles

    Love this fringe hairstyle on Lea Michele

    The sleek style of it suits her well, don’t you think? Lea’s face shape is a longer oval with some oblong features and the full fringe shortens the overall look of length to her face. It’s ‘eye catching’ and just a cute look on her!

    I also like the amount of ‘chipping’ her hairdresser did on the ends of the fringe. Chipping is a way of softening the edges of the fringe, it gives an uneven edge to an even cut. The hairdresser ‘chips in’ to the ends, cutting out random pieces with the tip of the shears.

    Her hair was straightened with a flat iron after blow drying it smooth. He also used a frizz free cream, over the finished hair to smooth and give more shine.

    Swept Fringe Hairstyles

    Heidi Klum – a face framing fringe hairstyle

    This long hairstyle with bangs works great on Heidi’s square face shape by elongating, softening and framing her face shape. You might argue that she doesn’t have a square face shape, but maybe a round face shape or an oval/square face shape. It’s common that some face shapes can look different from different angles, or when smiling or not smiling. Heidi’s face shape is one of those face shapes that looks different from different angles. None-the-less this is a great look on Heidi and would flatter any face shape as well!

    These straight styles are a fun way to change things up when you are bored with your same old same old. And you don’t even need to worry if you fight cowlicks or wavy/curly bangs, a flat iron will take care of it . . . no worries.


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    1 Comment »

    1. I LOVE this haircut. Elegant and edgy at the same time.

      Comment by Best of Beehive — October 28, 2010 @ 5:19 pm

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