5 Post-Lockdown Fringe Ideas

From 12th April we can finally get back to our beloved hairdresser for a much-needed trim or style update. If you’re thinking about refreshing your look, getting a fringe cut can make a big impact but with much less risk than changing your whole style. 

Here are 5 of our favourite fringe styles to help you update your look:

Full Fringe

If you tuned in for Normal People this year, you’ll have lusted over Daisy Edgar-Jones’ seemingly effortless full fringe.

It’s elegant yet understated and works well alongside a short or long style. 

Wavy Side Fringe 

A wavy side-swept fringe is perfect if you’re a fan of loose curls or bohemian waves, not to mention extremely easy to style.

Curly Fringe

Curly fringes have become a big trend and allow those of us with natural curls to embrace a full fringe with minimal styling required.

Curtain Bangs

A centre parted fringe can add a laid back 70s feel to your look. It looks perfect with textured waves and suit almost every face shape.

Blunt Fringe 

A blunt eyebrow-grazing fringe is great if you prefer a sleek straightened style. It works well with long hair and can be easily clipped back should you want a break.

You can book one of our visiting professional hairstylists online or via the app. Just take a look at our mobile hair services here or contact a member of our team on 02071013534. Download our app or book online and save £10 on your first treatment with code NEW10.

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