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Fringes (bangs): The six hottest catwalk trends

Bevelled, round, short, wispy or long: There are many ways to wear fringes. The question is which fringes look good on what person. You also need to know how to care for fringes.

  • Retro-Pony
    Dior used a hair piece for these retro fringes. The hair style looks even nicer with your naturally growing hair
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    Retro Fringes (Bangs)

    Here is how it is done:

    Der retro fringes look best if your hair is long and thick. The fringes are cut extra short and very straight. These fringes make round faces appear a little longer. You need to spend a lot of daily effort on this hair style using your curling iron and a round brush. Also be sure to stay out of the rain. Every four weeks your hair stylist should trim this haircut. The nice part is that hair bands and barrettes look very appealing with this hairdo.

  • This is how the A-list crowd wears fringes:

    Rundpony: Agyness Deyn

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    Agyness Deyn

    Admire these classic round fringes: Agyness Deyn

    Kate Moss mit Longpony

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    Kate Moss

    Casually glamorous: Kate Moss shows off her long fringes

    Nicole Scherzinger mit Retro-Pony

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    Nicole Scherzinger

    Always extravagant: Nicole Scherzinger and her precision-cut retro fringes

    Taylor Momsen mit Fransenpony

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    Taylor Momsen

    Taylor Momsen is beautifully tousled up in this Platinum blonde interpretation of fringes

    Jessica Stroup mit XXL-Pony

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    Jessica Stroup

    The bevelled XXL fringes give Jessica Stroup's small graceful face more contour