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2015 trend: the layered fringe
2015 trend: the layered fringe
2015 trend: the layered fringe
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2015 trend: the layered fringe

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Fringes; you either love them or hate them! Sometimes even both! One things for sure, there’s no sitting on the fence with this hair trend. If you can’t seem to make your mind up, there’s a nifty alternative that will allow you to experiment with half the commitment of a regular fringe. Why not give this season’s layered side fringe a try?
 
Short, long, asymmetric, layered, thick, straight, rounded, straight or flicked under…the fringe is a great way to give your style structure in just a few short minutes. For those of you who are reluctant to go for a full, chunky fringe, opt for a low-commitment alternative; the layered fringe.
 
This version of the fringe is often a great solution for women in the growing-out phase. Now, however, this in-between look has become a whole trend on its own and is set to be a huge look for early 2015. Just like the classic fringe, it frames the face and its features, with the distinct advantage of being edgier and asymmetric, which ultimately makes it easier to style and maintain.
 
Wear your layered fringe to one side with any hair length and hair color possible. We’re loving this look with an off-centre parting as this creates natural movement and body. So, are you ready to break off your love-hate relationship with bangs? We certainly are.
 
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