3 Things You Need to Know Before Cutting a Fringe

How to Find the Right Fringe For Your Face Shape

I feel like it’s easy to get swept up in the transformative spirit of September and suddenly find yourself coveting a dramatic style change. There have been many occasions in the past where I have had a fringe cut on the spur of the moment, expecting to look like Rose Byrne or Alexa Chung, and it’s never quite gone to plan.

It turns out that’s because you should let the fringe/bangs chose you, not the other way around. And by that I mean you need to take your hair into careful consideration before going in for the chop, rather than just selecting a style you like out of a magazine.

Headmasters stylist Clare took one look at my hair and immediately identified the problem: full, thick bangs will never work for me because of my stubborn parting, fine hair and small face. So instead she recommended a long, sweeping fringe that easily blending in with the rest of the hair. Watch the video below for her three top tips to follow before cutting a fringe…

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Are you tempted to cut a fringe for the new season? What style are you leaning towards?

{This post was sponsored by Headmasters, whose salons I love and visit every month for regular colour and cuts. Video by Greg Michael.}

P.S. 3 things you need to know about damaged hair and creating beach waves.

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  1. Your fringe looks so pretty! Even though I’m not really a fringe person myself (too many disasters in my early 20s), I enjoyed the tips a lot – I think it is so important to get a fringe cut more regularly. And you never know, maybe one day I’ll be inspired to go back to a fringe! xxx

  2. An incredible post. Some brilliant tips. Thank you lovely.

    Amandabootes.co.uk

  3. Abby says:

    I must admit (sorry, Ella)- I haven’t been on the site for a while, but I am loving the new look.

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