How to grow out your fringe without the frustration!

We’ve all been there – cutting in a fringe we love! Its playful, its stylish and looks great. But often, when it comes to growing it out, theres nothing more frustrating that a fringe that’s so long its getting in your eyes but not long enough to style back. Fear not! With these easy tips, phasing out your fringe canbe much more manageable.

 

Top Knot

Where fringes are too short to pull back into a pony tail go for a high bun right at the top centre of your head. It’ll allow for a stylish, fierce look that hold hair in place out of your face. Plenty of hairspray will keep fly-aways tidy and it’s a versatile work-day to evening-out look to effort to a minimum.

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Soften It

Speak to your hairdresser about the best way to adjust your fringe for growing it out. With block frignes in particular, they can be cut very blunt for a full, impactful look. When growin git out though, a fringe can be softened by blending it into the rest of the hair better so it blends in with lengths more smoothly while it grows out completely.

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Clip it

With a range of hair clips and hair bands available, elevate any simple look with a fun accessory to keep fringes tucked away. Side sweep a longer fringe and clip it in with a jewelled hair slide to add glamour to a simple day time look or push a full fringe back with the help of a thick hairband.

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