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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

  • Longpony
    Balmain is partial to soft falling long fringes
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    Long Fringes

    Here is how the style is done:

    The longer the fringes the more trendy they are. This hair style hides a high forehead perfectly. The front fringes fall down to the eyebrows. Use some volumising mousse and a round brush to bring some bounce to your hair. Use a flat iron if you like your hair very straight.

  • 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