Monday, 18 March 2013

Hair Envy: The Fringe

You know when you get an idea in your head and that's it, no shaking it and it begins to consume every thought (I may be getting a tad dramatic about it - apologies!) Well this has happened, and I've got visions of a fringe that won't go away.
I've toyed with fringes in the past, always being a bit of a disaster. I've done sweepy, I've done full, I've even tried a short fringe (not through choice, slightly overzealous stylist)
These ladies below don't help my fringe fancy, I'm having to hide my scissors to avoid a late-night snip session. I've been wanting to go for a heavy fringe but with a gap, think Alexa Chung, Rachel McAdams and Caroline Flack, and have even tried out folding and pinning hair up into a faux fringe to see if I could cope with it.

I think it harks back to my love of the Bardot do. Casual, effortless and just so sexy. I know a fringe isn't going to transform my awkward self into the bombshell herself, but hey, I'm trying!

8 comments:

  1. I grow out and cut back in my fringe ALL the time! I love them on other people, but sadly it never looks the same on me!! I seem to forget this though and the cycle starts all over again, lol!

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    1. Your fringe cycle sounds like mine. :) Here's hoping I get it right! x

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  2. They look lovely on others but I hate fringes on me, I look like a nutter with my cowlick! x

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    1. Ah see I have the dreaded cowlick so this is a definite fringe issue. Boo! x

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  3. I always alternate between some form of full fringe and some form f side fringe. My hair doesn't grw very quickly but you soon notive that your fringe has grown out. I start with a full fringe, then part it (like alexa chung) for neccessaties sake and before I know it I'm back at the salon getting a side fringe back or clipping it to the side to grow it out. I say go for it! xo

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    1. I think I'm going to Alix! Why not eh, you can always pin it, or grow it out. Fringe time soon for me. x

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  5. I grow out and cut back in my fringe ALL the time! I love them on other people, but sadly it never looks the same on me!! I seem to forget this though and the cycle starts all over again, lol! Review of Game of Thrones

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