In 2013, the fringe is short
, dynamic and worn slightly to the side. The Cacharel catwalk offers a perfect example of this trend with a thick yet floaty fringe. Love it but don't want to wear it full-time? Then the part-time fringe could be just the accessory for you. What is the part-time fringe?
This ultra-trendy fringe has been spotted on a number of Spring-Summer 2013 catwalks. It is created using... your ends! The ends of the hair are pulled forward to the forehead to structure the hairstyle with a (part-time) fringe. Who can wear it?
The part-time fringe is suitable for anyone who doesn't want to wear a fringe every day. As its name suggests, this fringe can be removed as quickly as it is created. To enhance a hairstyle during the day or when you're heading out at night... design and create it as and when you like. However, this fringe can only be worn by people who look after their ends and visit their hairdresser regularly
to avoid split and damaged ends
on the forehead. A minimum length is also required for you to be able to pull your ends to the front of your head. How to wear it.
The part-time fringe can only be worn when you're wearing your hair up. That's how you hide the fact that your fringe is formed from your ends. All you need to do is create a chignon that will allow you to pull your ends over the front of your head. To do this, start by creating a high, messy chignon
. Once you've done that, take a section of hair and pull it over your forehead. Use and abuse your hair pins
to fix your hairstyle and fringe in place. This incredibly rock-chick fringe will bring out your rebellious side! Once you've pulled your ends over your forehead, finish with hairspray