Though this is the most popular, easy-to-wear fringe, it by no means lacks charm or originality. In just a few snips, this fringe adds style to any simple hairstyle, or modernity to a classic cut.
The principle behind the layered fringe
This fringe is layered or thinned and is worn to the side. It’s up to you which side you prefer, or you can simply follow the natural position your hair falls into. Some people choose it to hide a big forehead, while others just want a bit of extra style! This fringe can have a messy effect for a naturally bohemian look or it can even add a hint of mystery to a style, with one eye hidden nonchalantly under your hair.
Who is this fringe for?
The layered fringe is one of the most easy-to-wear fringes around. Short fringes or, at the other end of the scale, full, long fringes are more difficult to style and require a lot more daily maintenance. People with straight, fine hair will find it simpler than others, to wear a fringe. Curly or frizzy hair is a lot more difficult to discipline and keep in place! It is best not to have your fringe cut too short because, once dry, your hair will inevitably lift. This tends to be worse on curly or frizzy hair. Styling and maintenance
. Having washed and towel-dried your hair, apply a heat-protector spray, plug in your hair dryer and dry your hair thoroughly. Then work your fringe into place using your fingers for a natural effect. To give it more shape and movement, use a flat or rounded brush, always working in the direction of the cut. Apply a layer of hairspray
to ensure it stays in place all day. Visit your stylist regularly to help it grow and give it a boost. It is essential for an immaculate fringe!