“First things first, it helps to understand which face shape you have, which will then allow you to better visualise how certain fringes will actually look on you,” says Mckiver. Handily, we already have a fringe face-shape guide for you to peruse. Now, read on to discover Mckiver’s point-by-point style analysis.
1. “Before you opt for a full fringe, make sure you are prepared. If you’re willing to work on the upkeep, then fringes always look stunning. Fringes also take a while to grow out, so once you go for the chop, that’ll be your hair for the foreseeable.”
2. “One of the biggest bonuses of a fringe with long hair is that it presents the perfect excuse to skip a full hair wash. Pull back your lengths and just wash and style the fringe to freshen up your hair between washes.”
3. “Think carefully before embracing super-short bangs, as they can’t be swept back or…