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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

  • Rundpony
    Round fringes (bangs) look very feminine. Balmain uses the style to give his models a romantic look
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    Round Fringes (Bangs)

    Here is how you can achieve this style:

    In this hair style, the fringes form an almost seamless transition to the hair on the sides of the face. The style requires a lot of volume and is therefore not suitable for fine hair. If on the other hand you have very thick hair you can deal with it by thinning out the base portions of your hair. In this case the top layer of the hair is cut to the desired length and the hair underneath is thinned out considerably. This method is a way to reduce the volume without giving the fringes a frayed appearance. In this look, the hair covers a great deal of the face. Therefore, the hair style is unsuitable for small, narrow faces.

  • Would you like to see more hair styles with 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