30 Fringe Bangs: Which One is Perfect For You?

Add personality and flair to your hairstyle by adding fresh fringe bangs! Bangs give new life to any hairstyle or haircut and help frame the face. From full and straight to pretty and piecy, there’s something for everyone with these fabulous fringe hair ideas!

Classically Sexy

Q&A with style creator, Crystal Clem
Stylist @ Spa Isbell in New Orleans, LA

How would you describe this look?

I would describe my client’s look as relaxed and classic, yet sexy. My favorite thing about the look is the “wispiness” and movement of the fringe.

Cutting a fringe can be tricky because it’s easy to go short and blunt really quickly! The key is starting out a bit longer and slowly working your way up to the desired length. Softening the ends with the “point cutting technique” gives the added movement and wispiness.

Lastly, a mistake I see all too often is a fringe that has been cut outside the natural hairline, resulting in a really harsh and unnatural look.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is a great look for clients desiring a change or updated look, but don’t want a total hairstyle makeover.

A long fringe works especially well on clients with longer faces, and/or larger foreheads. As far as styling products, dry shampoo is really helpful for keeping a fringe fresh and off of your forehead. If you have any wave or curl to your hair, be prepared to run a flat iron over your fringe, especially on humid days.

Psychedelic Yet Coiffed

Psychedelic Yet Coiffed hairstyleInstagram @gothhairbae

Q&A with style creator, Sam Lopez
Hairstylist @ Epic The Salon in Los Angeles, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as psychedelic and shaggy, yet coiffed REALNESS.

There are so many things to love about this look. It’s edgy, gender neutral, and versatile. I love the freedom this look exudes. My favorite thing about it is that it’s fun to do as a stylist!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Be sure to find a stylist who is comfortable with this cut and enjoys doing it. The love has to be there! Keep in mind that this cut is best for carving out weight in thick-haired people, although it can add volume and movement to skinny-haired clients.

Be sure to find products that enhance your natural texture so you can wash and go while still looking fab. For extra drama, blow the hair out with a round brush, diffuse to add body, or wrap your hair around a curling iron for a beachy wave look.

Classic French Girl

Q&A with style creator, Victoria Qualiana
Hairstylist @ Salon & Spa In The Tower in Clarence, NY


How would you describe this look?

I describe this look as Persian chic, or the classic French girl look. It reminds me of a Jane Birkin blunt but textured.

My favorite part of this look is that its classic French girl style with the blunt but textured fringe sweeping the eyebrow. A client who is considering this look would need dry shampoo to give their fringe an airy texture while keeping excess oils out.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is for someone that wants to change things up a bit bring attention to their eyes. Have a round brush handy, but a naturally curly bang is in style too. It just depends on what look you are going for.

French women keep things as effortless as possible. As far as products go, I would recommend some dry shampoo for the next day to give more of an airy texture and to last throughout the day!

Edgy Deconstructed Bob

Q&A with style creator, Elizabeth Salamanca
Hairstylist & Make-up Artist @ Watson & Bailey Hair in Livermore, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this haircut as a deconstructed bob. There is a strong foundational shape with unconventional and piecey layers to give it a lot of movement. This, along with the fringe, gives it an edgy and modern vibe which I love!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look can be worn by almost anyone as long as they aren’t afraid of product or some styling! We used all Unite Hair products to style this bob. We used 7 Seconds Leave-In, 7 Seconds Blowdry Creme, and Expanda Foam to blow dry, along with a flat brush to get lift at the roots and to smooth the ends. We finished with a flat iron and used Glossing Spray and Tricky Spray to give shine and texture to the hair. If you have very thick hair, I suggest also using a styling cream to really piece out the ends and tame any unruly hair.

This haircut works best for those who want to add width to their face because the fridge gives it a square shape. If you want to elongate the face, I recommend going for a longer fringe that hits below the cheekbone.

If you are someone who is wash and wear with your hair, this cut might not be for you as it does require some styling in order to look its best!

Longer Length Shag

Q&A with style creator, Claire Higgs
Art Director & Founder @ Nylon Hair Artists in Reading, UK


How would you describe this look?

This is a longer length shag cut with a 90s vibe and texture. The inspiration for this look was taken from an amazing shoot in Love Magazine on Rita Ora.

Its versatility is key. This is a style that is easy to maintain which enables clients to achieve the look effortlessly!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Lengths surrounding the face can be altered depending on lifestyle or face shape.

Bumble and bumble’s Don’t Blow It was used to air dry and sections were twisted to increase movement. Alternatively, this shape could be tonged for more volume with Bumble and bumble’s Full Foam Mousse.

This shape is pretty low maintenance, so clients love it!

Modern Edgy Shag

Modern Edgy Shag hairstyleInstagram @jesdicesarehair

Q&A with style creator, Jessica Dicesare
Stylist @ Scott Miller Salon in Rochester, NY


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a modern shag. I think my favorite part about the modern shag is that it has the edginess of a shag from the layers and fringe, but with more versatility because the layers start off longer and are blended more into the rest of the haircut.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Rock your natural texture. This haircut is all about the movement of the layers and fringe, so find products to enhance whatever your hair naturally does and use those products to show off all of the pieces the cut has to offer.

Sexy Shag Bangs

Sexy Shag Bangs hairstyleInstagram @jikaiahstylist

Q&A with style creator, Jikaiah Stevens
Hairstylist @ Edo Salon and Gallery in San Francisco, CA


How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as sexy shag bangs. My favorite thing about this look is all the textured bits that hit at different lengths. They frame the face and cheekbones perfectly with such a feminine touch.

Any advice for someone considering it?

As a stylist for the past 16 years, I feel like this beachy sexy shag fringe can work on about every hair type and face shape with only a few length alterations and density considerations. I suggest finding a stylist that is confident and skilled in using a straight blade razor to create this look. Shears will never be able to create the little soft bits and carved out pieces.

Styling this look is pretty easy. I used the organic sea salt spray by Rhau and a bit of finger styling and scrunching to achieve this finished look.

Modern Grunge Cut with Feathered Fringe

Q&A with style creator, Dominique Lee
Lead Stylist @ The Hair Artist Salon in Milford, CT


How would you describe this look?

This client is wearing a long layered and innovative modern grunge haircut with a feathered fringe. When going through our consultation, she explained that she wanted body and something more versatile, but still wanted to keep her length.

She has extremely thick and heavy hair and, with that being taken into account, I suggested a long layered razor cut with a face-framing fringe. A fringe would give her a totally different look without a drastic change. Her hair is also very heavy, so by razoring her long layers I was able to take out most of the weight. The lets my client have body and bounce, and allows her to create curls or waves on a daily basis.

My favorite thing about this haircut is the fact that my client can keep her long hair while appearing fresh and new. I can also gain her trust by introducing alternative hairstyles in the future.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look works best on women with thick and heavy hair, but would not be suitable for someone with fine hair because too much weight is taken out. This look is great for most face shapes.

Heavy Fringe

Heavy Fringe hairstyleInstagram @marcuswaite

Q&A with style creator, Marcus Waite
Stylist @ Ty Alexander Salon 2 in Newport Beach, CA


How would you describe this look?

This look is inspired by the bohemian 70s era. This client is a leather bag maker and motorcycle rider with that kind of feel to her style. She mostly air dries her hair and is comfortable with the fringe not being perfect every day. I felt this look was a great choice and suited her nicely.

My favorite thing about this look is the heavy fringe. She came in with bangs she was kind of growing out, so I suggested more fringe to fill in the recession areas and make a flow to the sides. Next time we may go a bit heavier!

Any advice for someone considering it?

This first thing to consider with this look is suitability. My client has an oval face shape. If she had wide cheekbones, I might have adjusted where the weight of the fringe sits on her face. Hair type is a issue if you want to wear the fringe smooth. I love fringe with texture, but this must be discussed the ith stylist to see what’s appropriate for your face and what exact look you want.

A businesswoman may not want to wear the same fringe as a surfer, but a good stylist will help determine what is fitting for your hair. I find some women don’t care for hair on the forehead or in the eyes while other women kind of like it.

A heavy fringe definitely isn’t for everyone, but it looks amazing on the right person.

Textured Blunt Fringe

Textured Blunt Fringe hairstyleInstagram @art.of.eva

Q&A with style creator, Eva Maliones
Assistant @ Trio Salon Chicago in Chicago, IL


How would you describe this look?

I call this a textured blunt fringe! It’s a pretty straightforward and classic bang. I modernized it by giving it a softer feel using a technique called point cutting.

My favorite part about it is that it still moves and flows, even with a blunt edge!

Any advice for someone considering it?

My advice is to just go for it! This look is super easy to style with a classic Denman brush which has a bit of a curve around the edges to give it that beveled effect. I would also use a styling cream or a little hairspray with a flexible hold to keep frizz down and hold the shape.

This type of fringe is flattering on an oval, round, diamond or triangular face shape. It definitely adds interest to a hairstyle whether it is short or long and can either be styled chic or edgy!

Short Textured Fringe

Short Textured Fringe hairstyleInstagram @hairby_ris

Q&A with style creator, Marisa DiMarcantonio
Hairstylist @ BLue Hair Studio in Huntington Valley, PA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a long textured cut and my favorite thing about it is the short fringe.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend Microweb Viber to create the soft piecey texture and a little Sebastian Shaper to finish.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is a great option for anyone looking for more shape and fullness around the face. The short fringe creates more focus on the eyes and cheekbones. It is ideal for fine to medium textures.

This look is for the stylish client who willing to work at it and is good with texture product.

Disconnected Fringe

Q&A with style creator, Brian Aguilar
Stylist @ Ty Alexander 2 in Newport Beach, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a long shape with soft textured layers and a disconnected fringe. My favorite part of this look is how versatile it can be. It can be worn wavy, straight, curled and everywhere in between.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I used a bit of Blow Out Balm from R+Co on damp hair to smooth and to give it a light hold. After waving, I broke up the shape by using R+Co Skyline dry shampoo and Oribe Dry Texture Spray throughout for texture and volume.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for anyone who wants a low maintenance haircut. It’s suitable for most hair densities and textures. The fringe is always optional or left longer depending on face shape.

Effortless & Undone

Effortless & Undone hairstyleInstagram @jessicafooskas

Q&A with style creator, Jessica Fooskas
Hair Cutter/Stylist @ ARROJO Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as effortless and undone.

My favorite thing about this look is how versatile and easy it is to style. Blow dry it smooth for a more polished look, or let it air dry for a more lived-in look.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I use ARROJO Wave Mist and ARROJO Dry Shampoo to give this look the perfect amount of texture without looking too messy. Wave Mist is perfect for spraying in and letting the hair air dry to enhance natural texture, or it is great to blow dry with to give the perfect amount of grit to the hair.

Lastly, we finished with the dry shampoo as a dry texture spray that also absorbs oil! It is also totally clear so it won’t show up on the dark roots.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I think this is a great style for anyone with a low maintenance hair routine. The cut can be tweaked to someone with finer hair versus thicker hairI have done it on both types!

This look is ideal for anyone looking for more volume and shape around the face. I like bangs that don’t add more work to the styling process, but can just air dry with the rest of the hair.

Edgy Fringe

Edgy Fringe hairstyleInstagram @akillzbeauty

Q&A with style creator, Andrea Ibanez
Student @ Paul Mitchell The School in San Antonio, TX


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I’d describe this look as a blunt yet textured bob with a cool fringe.

I started with a square one-length cut, using a mixture of point cutting and a little razor cutting in order to give some edgy texture. I also did some point cutting in the fringe area just to give them a little more of a wisp in the front of the face.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I used all Paul Mitchell products for this style. I started by blow drying with the Marula Oil 3-1 Styling Cream because we live in Texas and humidity is our worst enemy!

Once I blew out her hair to a very straight and sleek finish, I used a bit of Invisiblewear Dry Shampoo in brunette at the base to give the hair a little bit of a grit since she had fresh clean hair. I finished the look off with some Awapuii Wild Ginger Shine Spray to give it some shine.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look could work for all hair types if styled correctly, but like every hairstyle, having a certain texture always makes things easier. In this case, I would recommend this look for anyone with straighter hair or hair that smoothes out easily because then this look would be a little more low maintenance when styling.

This look can be worn sleek and more sophisticated, or styled with a texturizing spray for an edgier look.

Fun and Flirty

Try this quick texturized and teased up hairdo with a fun and flirty full fringe.

Fun and Flirty Cute Look Fun and Flirty Cute Look Back View

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling foam through towel dried hair.
  2. Use a large round brush to turn fringe under just a bit.
  3. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely, using your fingers to tousle as you go.
  4. Use a deep waver to add texture through the back of your hair.
  5. Twist and pin random sections back until all hair is arranged near the back of the crown of your head.
  6. Finish with medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

You can find the Bed Head Wave Artist Deep Waver at your nearest Ulta store or online at www.ulta.com!

Best Face Shapes:

long, oval, heart, pear

Seeing Red

This half up spiked hairstyle with a side-swept fringe is red HOT.

Seeing Red Pretty Updo With Fringe Seeing Red Pretty Updo With Fringe Back View

How to Style: 

  1. Spray styling spray through hair, concentrating at the roots.
  2. Blow dry hair completely, smoothing it around your head with a paddle brush as you go.
  3. Sweep fringe to one side.
  4. Use a teasing brush to backbrush hair in the front and create a small bump.
  5. Pick random pieces from the back to criss-cross, and pin up each section with a bobby pin.
  6. Use a flat iron to smooth out and bend the ends that are loose.
  7. Finish with a medium or high hold hairspray.

Recommended Products: 

Use Aveda Color Concerve Madder Root Shampoo and Conditioner to keep red hair color vibrant!

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, round, pear, square

Southern Belle of the Ball

How charming are these sweet curls styled to one side with a large side-swept fringe?

Southern Belle Long Style with Volume Southern Belle Long Style with Volume Side View

How to Style: 

  1. Work a golf ball-sized amount of styling cream through towel dried hair.
  2. Blow dry hair completely.
  3. Part fringe to one side.
  4. Use a flat iron to smooth fringe and top area of hair.
  5. Gather hair into a low ponytail just below your ear on one side, and secure with an elastic that matches your hair color.
  6. Use a 3/4-inch barrel curling iron to add curls through ponytail.
  7. Add a hair accessory to dress up and hide the elastic.
  8. Finish with medium or high hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

You can find some amazing hair accessories on www.etsy.com, or check out www.modcloth.com for some seriously amazing vintage-inspired pieces!

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, round, square, heart, pear

Bangin’ Blonde

Bubbly curls complement this shiny blonde layered cut. The side-swept fringe frames the face and brings attention to the eyes.

Bangin Blonde Pretty Full Look Bangin Blonde Pretty Full Look Side View

How to Style: 

  1. Work blow dry serum through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair to one side.
  3. Blow dry hair completely, using fingers to tousle as you go.
  4. Smooth fringe by blow drying forward with a large round brush, then gently sweeping to one side.
  5. Create volume in the crown by back combing near your roots.
  6. Add soft curls to your ends with a ¾ or 1-inch barrel curling iron.
  7. Finish with a soft hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Matrix Design Pulse Iron In Thermal Styling Mist to protect tresses from heat as you style

Best Face Shapes:

oval, square, round, heart

Bold Bangs

Be brave and go for the bold! This fringe is perfect for those who have long or pear shaped faces because it adds width at the top to balance the face shape.

Bold Bangs Full Fringe Long Brunette Hair

How to Style: 

  1. Work blow dry serum through towel dried hair.
  2. Part fringe towards the front and the rest of the hair down the middle.
  3. Use a medium paddle brush to blow dry fringe forward and add a bend to the ends. Simply turn your brush as you blow dry to add the bump to your fringe. Alternately, you can blow dry them a bit straighter if you prefer!
  4. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely, using fingers to tousle as you go.
  5. Add barrel curls with a 1-inch ceramic curling iron. For the look above, do not finger-comb curls, simply leave them as is once you unwind from the iron.
  6. Finish with medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Matrix Design Pulse Thermo Glide Express Blowout Creme to protect from the high temperatures of your hot tools, lessen drying time, and leave hair silky smooth.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, pear

Faux Fringe

Go for this fringe if you have long hair and don’t want to commit to cutting your locks! Made with a braid, this one’s good to go in just a few minutes.

Faux Fringe Faux Fringe Back View

How to Style: 

  1. Work smoothing serum through dry hair.
  2. Create a one-sided braid from a few inches away from your hairline over one eye that circles around to just above your ear, then hangs loose into a regular braid at the ends. Twist each section tightly along the scalp before adding it to the braid.
  3. Begin the front braid for your faux fringe over the other eye, taking hair only from the inside to create the fringe.
  4. Finish with shine spray and a medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Try Aloxxi Essential 7 Restorative Hair Serum. It is a blend of seven botanical oils that leave hair feeling healthy, smooth, silky and conditioned.

Best Face Shapes:

square, oval, round, heart

Flipping Out

Movement and texture abound in the fringe in this hairstyle for a fun feeling with a touch of flair.

Flipping Out Hairstyle with Fringe Flipping Out Hairstyle with Fringe Back View

How to Style: 

  1. Work shine serum through smooth, dry hair.
  2. Part hair to one side in a pie-shaped pattern so there is really no “part line”.
  3. Use a flat iron and pick random pieces to flip up and to the side.
  4. Finish with a medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use OSiS Freeze for an all-day hold that won’t get flakey.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, heart, square

Bright Beginnings

A flash of color through this long fringe keeps it interesting and in focus!

Bright Beginnings Style with Fringe Bright Beginnings Style with Fringe Layered Back View

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling serum through dry hair.
  2. Part hair deep to one side.
  3. Use a flat iron to smooth sections and bend them slightly along the length of each section, creating a smooth, round shape.
  4. Finish with a light or medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Alterna Bamboo Smooth Anti-Humidity Hairspray for protection against humid conditions, locking out frizz and locking in style.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, square, heart, pear

Curly Fringe

Walk on the wild side with this curly fringe which is part of a fun faux hawk style that is full of texture and personality!

Curly Fringe Short Look Curly Fringe Short Look Side View

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling cream through dry, prepped curls.
  2. Braid a design from the front to the back and along the sides to create the silhouette of a faux hawk with the hair that is not braided. Be sure the ends of the design braids are tucked within the faux hawk.
  3. Finish by tousling top with fingers until it sits just right and adding style memory with a strong hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Try Bed Head Hard Head Hairspray for relentless hold and control.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, heart, diamond, round

Opposites Attract

Add depth to your fringe by pairing super light color on top with a medium or super dark color underneath.

Opposites Attract Blonde Look Curled Under

How to Style: 

  1. Mix a nickel-sized amount of styling serum with a golf ball-sized amount of styling mousse in the palm of your hand and work through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair deep to one side, using the outer corner of one eye as your guide.
  3. Blow dry hair completely, using a paddle brush to smooth hair around your head as you go.
  4. Use a 1-inch barrel curling iron to add curls from mid lengths to ends.
  5. Finish with a soft hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use KMS California HairStay Medium Hold Spray for flexible hold and humidity resistance.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, square, round, heart

Hello Waves

This full fringe with soft movement is perfect for those with petite faces.

Hello Waves Burgundy Highlights View 2 Hello Waves Burgundy Highlights Side Profile

How to Style: 

  1. Work dry styling oil through dry hair.
  2. Part hair in a pie shape so hair flows to one side, but doesn’t have a definite part line.
  3. Use a 1-1/4 inch barrel curling iron or 1-inch flat iron to turn hair under in sections throughout. Turn hair under in the same direction all the way around your head.
  4. Use fingers to separate and arrange hair for a neat finish.
  5. Lock in style with a medium or high hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Alterna Bamboo Smooth Kendi Dry Oil Mist as a style primer to eliminate frizz, shield hair from the heat of styling tools, enhance shine, and protect color.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, pear

Side Stepper

A solid section of eye-grazing fringe brings attention to cheekbones and lightens the look of otherwise heavy long hair.

Side Stepper Wavy Look with Fringe Fringe Hairstyles

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling foam through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair to one side.
  3. Use a medium paddle brush or large round brush to blow dry fringe forward, then gently sweep to one side.
  4. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely.
  5. Create volume in the back of your crown by back combing and securing a section of hair into a mini bump in the back with bobby pins.
  6. Curl the rest of your hair with a ¾-inch barrel curling iron, then tousle curls for a softer feel.
  7. Finish with medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Redken Quick Tease 15 Back Combing Finishing Spray for creating lift and locking in volume in the bump.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, square, round, heart

Mini Me

A micro fringe is just enough to give this look some edge and soften a dark color.

Mini Me Wavy Look with Fringe

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling foam through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair to one side.
  3. Use a medium paddle brush to blow dry fringe forward, lifting and turning under ever so gently to create volume, but not make fringe stick up.
  4. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely.
  5. Create volume in the back of your crown by back combing and securing a section of hair into a mini bump in the back with bobby pins.
  6. Curl the rest of your hair with a 1-inch or ¾-inch barrel curling iron, then tousle curls for a softer feel.
  7. Finish with medium hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Style Sexy Hair Blow It Up Volumizing Gel. It is a gel-to-foam styler that provides lift at the roots, volume, body, and hold through the ends.

Best Face Shapes:

long, oval, heart, diamond

Piece-y Perfection

The full yet piecy fringe on this hairstyle creates texture in front to match the flipped ends throughout.

Piecey Perfection Cute Layered Look Piecey Perfection Cute Layered Look Side View

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling serum through smooth, dry hair.
  2. Make a pie parting over one eye so there is no definite part line.
  3. Use a flat iron to bend sections under on the top and sides of the front of your head. Be sure to create volume in the area at the back of the crown of your head.
  4. Use the flat iron again, this time flipping the ends up in the back and behind your ears.
  5. Separate and define flips and fringe with a texture wax.
  6. Finish with a medium or high hold hairspray for extra style memory.

Recommended Products:

Style Sexy Hair Control Maniac is a perfect sleek control wax that delivers maximum definition to create strong and lasting shapes.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, long, diamond, pear

Layered Lady

This short, side-swept fringe is great for lightening up the length around your face.

Layered Lady Short Sideswept Fringe Front View Layered Lady Long Fringe

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling cream through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair to one side.
  3. Use a medium-sized paddle brush to turn fringe under, then gently sweep to the side.
  4. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely, using the paddle brush to wrap hair around your head as you go.
  5. Use a flat iron to further smooth strands if necessary.
  6. Finish with a soft hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Use Aveda Smooth Infusion Glossing Straightener for all-day straightness and shine.

Best Face Shapes:

round, heart, pear, oval, square

Down to There

This long fringe is blended into layers near the ends to create a seamless frame that softens the face.

Down to There Layers Down to There Layers Side View

How to Style: 

  1. Work styling serum through towel dried hair.
  2. Part hair to one side.
  3. Use a large paddle brush to turn fringe under, then gently sweep to the side.
  4. Blow dry the rest of your hair completely, using the paddle brush to wrap hair around your head as you go.
  5. Use a flat iron to further smooth strands if necessary.
  6. Finish with a soft hold hairspray.

Recommended Products:

Try Paul Mitchell Straight Works to control texture and create a silky smooth finish.

Best Face Shapes:

oval, round, pear, square

Choose your fringe based on styles that will complement and balance your face shape, then have your stylist customize the fringe so it’s perfect for you and your styling needs. We hope these fringe hairstyles have inspired you!