21 Oct Fuss Free Freya Fringe
An instant autumn update, fringes are a versatile and fresh way to renew your look without having to commit to a strong cut.
Siobhan Jones, Art Ambassador at Headmasters gives us the inside track on the must have celeb fringe of the season and how to wear yours to suit you;
“Be ahead of the crowd and opt for a Fuss Free Freya fringe this season. Cut to sit full under the eyebrows, it’s provocative and playful without being too try hard. Plus parted or textured the Freya can be adapted to suit any face shape ensuring you will never have a bad hair day! “
Follow these simple style rules to guarantee you’re Fuss Free Freya Fringe works for you.
Keep it soft like Freja Beha Erichson by rounding off any harsh angular edges , It’s much more flattering. To style spray a little Kerastase Powder Bluff in your fringe to keep it lightweight and soft.
Keep a little length at the sides to help give the illusion of angles like Suki Waterhouse. When styling, dry your fringe forward, then to one side like a side parting, this help keep the bulk of body at the sides so it moves naturally but again increases the impression of extra angles.
Ask your stylist to keep it slightly shorter in the middle like Alexa Chung. It will help slim you’re forehead giving the appearance of an oval shape, softening the jaw line. To style, dry your fringe forward and then manipulate it to sit in a gentle middle parting. To keep it really natural allow some hair to sit forward while the rest is away from the face.
Full fringes work best for long face shapes shortening the length, so keep your fringe sitting forward like Zoey Deschanel. To style use a good blow dry spray like L’Oreal Professionnel tecni.ART PLI as it will help to keep your fringe in place.
Well you can have fun with this as you are lucky enough to suit each of these looks whether parted, full or textured, so wear with confidence like Kate Moss.
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