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    Spring Hairstyles With Fringe

    Hairstyles With Fringe

    Hairstyles with fringe define this seasons hairstyle trends

    Hairstyles with fringe are taking the lead in defining new 2010 hairstyle trends. Straight fringe, side swept fringe, asymmetrical fringe, choppy fringe, pointy, angled fringe, wispy fringe or blended fringe are all terms you might encounter for describing this seasons hairstyles with fringe. It’s said that your hairstyle speaks volumes about you before you even utter a word . . . I believe it. So what do these hairstyles with fringe say? And, how would you describe the type of fringe that brings out your own personal flair?

    These hairstyles with fringe are some of the newest trends from top world renown hairdressers.

    Hairstyles with Fringe
    Hirofumi Kera & Maki Horibe

    Short hairstyles with fringe can be done on fine hair. Contrary to belief, those with fine hair can add more volume and shape to their hair by layering. This cut has crown layers, longer choppy wisps in the fringe and tapers at the neckline. The use of a gel or pomade on tips of hair after blow-drying will allow for the piecey look to this hairstyle.

    Hairstyles with Fringe
    Sean Hanna Salons

    This slightly inverted bob with straight fringe reeks classy sophistication and style! The update on bob hairstyles with fringe this season is a more solid fringe just covering the brow. This hairstyle works best with straight hair by giving it great shape and movement. Shorter hair in the back pushes the longer lengths in front to a slight wedge effect. Make sure to pull out all your tricks for getting high shine with this hairstyle and your hair speaks class & style.

    Hairstyles with Fringe

    Hairstyles with brow skimming fringe on short, medium and long hair are hot! Run a flat-iron through bang in small sections and slightly tip ends under to get the look. These styles can be worn by those of you with wavy hair too, as long as you will do the flat-iron work when styling. Use a thermal protecting spray and a shine serum for best results.

    Stay up with all the happenings in hair trends by following our Pinterest Hair Trends and Beautiful Bangs boards.

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    How To Choose the Right Fringe for Your Face Shape

    Ashley Olsen platinum blonde loose updo with bangs

    Don’t Get the Face Shape Thing Wrong

    Fringe is a great way to get a fresh new look without changing your entire hairstyle. I’ve been writing so much about changing your hairstyle lately that I thought I should give ideas on how to subtly change your look with fringe. Not everyone wants a drastic new look, but if you want to tweak your current hairstyle just a bit, then a new fringe hairstyle is for you.

    Fringe hairstyles can range from a full fringe look or you can get a subtle look with fringe by adding in pieces that blend in with your layers like the look below. There are so many options with a fringe hairstyle, that you really can’t go wrong.

    The most important consideration in choosing a fringe hairstyle for your face shape is to know what face shape category you fit into. If you aren’t sure about your face shape check on Barb’s great article on the getting the face shape thing right.

    Hair Fringe Hairstyles

    Round Face Shape

    Fringe on a round face shape should be angled with varying layers. Find a fringe hairstyle with angled pieces which will offset the roundness of your face. Angled fringe with varying lengths in the layers within the fringe is a great hairstyle option because it will also counterbalance the roundness of your face.

    Long Hair with Fringe

    Heart Face Shape

    Heart shaped faces look best with full fringe. If you have a heart-shaped face you are wider through the forehead and narrower through the chin. A full fringe hairstyle that is shorter in the middle and longer towards the sides is perfect for heart-shaped faces to balance the face shape.

    Square Face Shape

    Square face fringe should be side swept to soften a strong jaw line. Side swept fringe is perfect for softening the stronger, more dramatic, facial features found on those of you with square face shapes. Try a side swept fringe hairstyle with soft layers around your face to soften your look even more.

    Halle Berry has an oval face and looks best with fringe

    Oval Face Shape

    Considered the ideal face shape, oval faces can wear any type of fringe hairstyle. Oval faces are the most ideal face shape because you can pull off virtually any fringe hairstyle. Lucky you! You can choose any type of fringe hairstyle that you like.

    Keep your fringe hairstyle looking fresh by getting regular trims. Your fringe should be trimmed about every four weeks to keep your fringe hairstyle looking its best. I offer complimentary fringe trims to my regular clients, as will many hairdressers who want to keep their regular customers looking good and coming back. So, if you decide to try a new fringe hairstyle, ask your hairdresser if you are able to ‘pop in’ to just have your fringe trimmed every few weeks . . . I’m sure they will welcome it! For more ideas about face shapes and hairstyles check out our Pinterest Hairstyles for Face Shape and  Beautiful Bangs Boards.

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