Okay, so we’re not making New Year’s resolutions this year, but we will be making little, life-improving changes that are easy to stick to. Sure, a fringe is a small thing, but it can make a serious impact. As the oft-quoted Chanel adage goes, “A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” In short, a new ‘do mixes up the ‘same-old, same-old’ and gives you just the lift you need – even the most dank of winter months. So what to go for? Full yet fluid, soft not stringy, we’ve gathered, for your inspiration, our favourite new breed of bang– the party fringe. Bella Hadid, Eddie Campbell and Georgia May Jagger have all stepped out this season rocking this decidedly dishevelled ‘do and frankly we can’t get enough of it. It’s perfect for hiding a multitude of sins if you’ve pushed the boat out a little too far this Christmas, so why wait for 2018 to start wearing it? Get your dream party haircut just in time for NYE…Book the look
Why now’s a great time to try out a fringe (no more perfect bangs)
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And just when you thought it was safe to sweep your fringe to one side as well. No amount of wispy bits or grown out tendrils will do this spring because when it comes to fringes, it’s time to go big or go home. Contrary to popular belief brow-skimming and fuller figured bangs offer as many benefits to those with fine hair as they do to those with thicker hair. Still hesitant? The right stylist will be able to create a fringe that accentuates your hair, giving the illusion of a thicker more lustrous mane, so take it from us,…View the board
A bit like when your mum cut your fringe in primary school, but much cooler. Baby bangs, micro fringe, mini fringe; Audrey Hepburn put the cropped cut on the map, Uma Thurman’s was killer in Pulp Fiction, and my Instagram feed reminds me on the daily why heading to the salon would be a good idea. The conventional ‘mini fringe’ is cut straight for a fresh, modern vibe. It’s kind of edgy, it’s laidback, and it looks great if your face is a little longer (a short-cut fringe will accentuate roundness). The thinned-out mini fringe is a little quirkier –…View the board
No more topping up your lippie after your lunchbreak (or third glass of red), the blurred lip trend answers our low-maintenance prayers – and looks great too. The hazy lip look has been doing the rounds for a few years now, cropping up on catwalks season after season, but today marks the perfect occasion to talk about it. Why? Because this Friday is World Kissing Day. Pucker up. Time to ditch the lip pencil and embrace the blurred-edge effect. The out-of-focus look is purposefully messy, and super easy to achieve. How’s it done? First up, grab your concealer. Relax –…View the board