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If you’re looking for a small, yet impactful, change for fall – adding, or altering your fringe is the best way to make a big difference. Not sure if the trend is right for you? Take a peek at some of our favorite ways to wear fringe this fall, it’s sure to inspire your next look!


Center parts are already all the rage right now and this is also one of our favorite ways to wear your fringe! The great thing about a center part fringe is that you can start off with a longer silhouette to see if you like it and always go shorter! A highly customizable cut, this tapered shape is great for any face shape and can add detail to upstyles and swept back shapes. Straight ends work best with this so start with a round brush and then move to a paddle brush and a rolling motion to get your center-parted fringe to behave.


A common favorite for the kids of the 00’s, as the deep side part begins to resurface we’ll see the side-swept bang start to appear again as well. Reese Witherspoon is a common supporter of this style and is great for anyone who wants a subtle feathery fringe that can easily be hidden if needed. The shortest part of your fringe should start at your parting and work its way to a soft finish. A round brush is the best way to get your side-swept fringe to lay down the way you want it too. Finish with a spritz of hairspray or texture spray.


For those of you who can (or want) to pull off a blunt fringe, we’ve been absolutely in love with this sexy style. We personally love a weight line that hits just above the eyelashes, creating a sultry appeal for any look. We recently saw this style on Kate Blanchet in Ocean’s 8 and it left us with the immediate urge to recreate the look! Blowing bangs straight and possibly even touching up with a flat iron is the best way to wear blunt bangs. Adding a texture spray gives them that soft piecey feel, without making them look stagnant.

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