Getting a Fringe: Fake or Permanent?
There are no hard and fast rules about hair type or face shape: some people simply do not suit fringes (bangs). It's a very personal thing. If you are thinking of having a fringe but are not sure if it will suit you, or if you fancy a fringe but don't want anything permanent which you will then have to grow out (a big bore), try faking it. It sounds unlikely but it does work!
How Fake a Fringe Hairstyle?
1. Take a section of hair from the crown comb it forwards over your forehead and arrange it as you would a fringe.
2. If you have got long hair, twist it to take away the length before taking it forwards. Adjust the width, length and density as required, then clip it securely just above the crown using a large grip. Alternatively, ask your hairstylist to attach a hairpiece.
3. Leave your false fringe for 20 minutes to get used to it before deciding whether it suits you.
Getting a Permanent Fringe into your Hair
Even the most dramatic changes lose their impact after a time, so the trick is to reinvent your look regularly to avoid getting stuck in a style rut. Think how differently Madonna looks at 40 compared with how she looked in her twenties. Many feel she looks younger now. True to type, she has grown her hair and left it long at the age when most women feel they have to go short. Luckily, hair does grow and any change in hair color or hairstyle will pass over the time. Be brave and enjoy the positive power of transformation that a radical fringe hairstyle change can bring.