That's it, it's settled: you're going to grow your fringe out! Here are some styling tips which will allow you to escape that annoying stage of having hair in your eyes and in-between haircuts.
This is THE ideal solution for successfully concealing your fringe even if it falls midway down your forehead. To give the illusion of a styled front section, mark out a side parting which will create movement over to one side by sweeping your fringe across your forehead. Depending on its thickness, your hairstylist can give your fringe a cut by focusing on the layers beneath to reduce its thickness and to ensure that falls just right by itself. Is your fringe already long? Style it either side of your face with a curtain fringe.
Hair slides, clips and headbands are your best aids during this period of regrowth. You can, for example, place some of your longer locks over a short fringe and hold it all in place with a flat hairpin hidden underneath. Another option: opt for a headband which will hold back your fringe and will also keep the hair off your forehead. You simply cannot beat accessories for taming an unruly fringe!
Dare to slick your hair over to one side or towards the back to blend it into the rest of your locks or ruffle your hair up to form a punk quiff to conceal a fringe in short locks. A rock quiff is a great way to put a twist on your hairstyle. You'll see, your fringe will all but disappear. The only prerequisite: you must texturize your hair beforehand so that your fringe stays put and finish it off with a spritz of hairspray, an essential product in your vanity case, for long-lasting hold.