A fringe lets us correct our face shape and introduce something new into our hairstyles. It looks equally great with long, medium or short lengths, so you may stick to your preferred cut, but refresh it with a new twist at the expense of classy bangs. The length, style and finish for your fringe may vary.
#5: Parted Fringe For An Updo
An updo with a large bouffant may make you look older if you do not add a playful fringe. Christina Hendricks goes for the parted angled bangs which look very showy in her adorable copper red hue. It’s also nice to leave a few longer face-framing locks on the sides, especially if you have a round or a square face.
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