Cutting a fringe is one of the most major decisions a woman will make in her lifetime. Okay, not quite. But it absolutely feels major at the time.
Drastically altering your hair without the potential for reversal is a bold move, which could explain why the phrase "should I get bangs?" has become something of an internet meme.
But perhaps the question you should be asking yourself is not "Should I get bangs?" but rather, "Which kind of bangs should I get?".
More important than taking the plunge is making sure you've considered your own face shape and features, rather than assuming that copying a shot directly from Instagram will work for you.
But first, his three key tips:
1. Remember that fringes need maintenance. Commit to monthly fringe trim appointments at your salon to keep it looking fresh.
2. Maintenance matters at home too and how you style your fringe is really important. Your fringe needs to be the first thing you blow-dry or style as soon as you've stepped out of the shower. If you leave it too long it can start to air-dry and develop kinks. First dry the roots, as this is what will hold your fringe in place and set the structure for how it will fall across your face.
3. Use a paddle/flat brush to style your fringe with a hair dryer. People make the mistake of using a round brush, lifting from the root but this can make the fringe look weird and unnatural.
Main image: @aysha.sow
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