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Fringes - the forehead fringe is back!
Whether slanted or straight, short or long: the fringe, an old acquaintance, is celebrating its comeback on our heads. It has long since reclaimed its place on the catwalks and among celebrities and is now once again delighting us with its versatility and its ability to conceal or distract from problem zones. Why is that? Perhaps because a fringe simply suits every face shape and somehow always makes every woman look young and a touch girly!
In the 1920s, fringes were all the rage: they replaced the accurately laid waves and gave women new freedom, just as the loose-fitting flappers, those straight-cut dresses with strings of pearls, did. Often a decorated ribbon adorned the chin-length hair. Then as now, one thing was clear: fringes make you young, they can be styled in many different ways and they also hide the first wrinkles on the forehead and a forehead that is too low or too high.
A closer look at fringes
Forehead fringes, also called fringes, are cut in the forehead area in such a way that the cut edge forms a straight line, which can be slanted or quite classically horizontal. By the way, the mane of a horse, a pony to be precise, is the eponym of this look, which offers endless styling possibilities! Whether fringe fringes, long fringes or the extravagant half fringes that end in the middle of the forehead - fringes give the face contour, they are wonderfully suitable for everyday use and often add the finishing touch to an elaborate evening or updo hairstyle.
Styling tips for fringes
But fringes aren't just a great hairstyling accessory for a glamorous look. Whether it's a straight fringe, a slanted fringe or a fringed fringe - the attractive forehead fringes are just right for women who like to experiment: you can either blow-dry them into shape, gently tousle them with a little wet gel or let individual strands peek cheekily out of a hair scarf, a ribbon or a baseball cap. And it's also possible to go "without" without having to reach for the scissors - simply either pull the hair back tightly with gel or part the hair on a different side so that the forehead is exposed.
Fringes - who can wear them?
Hair stylists agree: there are fringe styles for almost every hair type and face shape. The only restriction: very curly hair, which usually resists treatment with a hairdryer and brush and can only be tamed with a straightening iron. Light waves, on the other hand, are no problem - they give the brow fringes bounce and volume. Fine hair can also be shaped into a fringe. Provided it is set far back so that it can fall luxuriantly and densely to the front. On the other hand, it is difficult with a swirl at the base of the forehead hair: although it can be temporarily neutralised by cutting, it unfortunately always reasserts itself.