The Fringed Bang
Trends can sweep in as if on an unstoppable avalanche, changing the landscape entirely (until they run their cycle). But it doesn’t have to end there. Some can drift on, lingering, having smaller bursts of renewed vigor. That’s what the fringe has done – and this year it stays on as a 2016 hairstyle of choice.
Blunt and thick, or cut rather soft and wispy, a new set of bangs makes it easy for you to hit the refresh button on any hair length and colour. On the runway, the fringe took on many guises, spanning in between the edged-up grunge, the sexified retro and the sweet, girly-like innocence. Below, a look at the best fringed hairstyles for the season, complete with a perfect dose of visual inspiration.
If you consider sporting the fringe that’s thick, blunt, long, and sweeping the top of the eyes, you may want to do it in one of the following ways:
With a messy, textured, neo-bohemian edge, effortlessly teased and perhaps set to accompany equally natural and soft-looking waves.
An aura of ’70s sex-kitten nonchalance like Jane Birkin, perfected with bedhead texture and volume at the top.
Try uneven edges and rough strands of hair aiming to form an unconventional set of rocking bangs.