Better known as fringe, fringe creates flirty looks that subtract years from a woman's appearance. The reason for this is that the fringe covers any wrinkles on the forehead and can even help cover wrinkles around the eyes. Fringe styles are easy to accomplish, and often require very low maintenance.
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The textured bang pairs well with textured hair. To achieve this look, take a razor and cut drastic layers in the hair from the eyes down. The fringe should come to the eyes in the centre of the face, but drape over and blend in with the hair so that there is no solid line between the fringe and the rest of the hair. The hair should continue to move back in layers, so that each part approaching the middle of the hair coming from the back of the neck gets longer.
Very sharp fringe are extremely difficult to cut, but can create an incredible statement when done well. Although most symmetrical fringe is cut as a sharp line across the forehead, an interesting style is to have the fringe drape in the middle of the face at the bridge of the nose. This creates two small arches around the eyes and dramatically frames them. If you do this style, the rest of the hair should have the same hard lines. This hairstyle is best set with a strong hold hairspray.
Asymmetry is a large part of modern hair design. The best way to achieve asymmetry is to create textured fringe that cover one eye. To achieve this look, the cut the fringe sloping down to one side, and the texture the rest of the hair into short layers that accentuate this look. Often, bright hair colour complements this hairdo.
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