Fringe (aka “bangs”) have been taking over hair trends in 2016. Most celebs have taken the plunge this year to rock short, edgy looks and have added the perfect punch…fringe!
To most of us, bangs are something we used to have in elementary school or in the 80s, whether we wanted them or not. From personal experience, I know I took it upon myself in 4th grade to give myself bangs, which ended up looking more like “Betty Bangs” gone terribly wrong. But don’t let fringe scare you now because it’s definitely the look of 2016. Here are a couple of reasons to warm you up to this new world…
First, fringe is a great way to enhance a look you already have or to make that bold statement you’ve been looking for this year. What I love about fringe is you can customize it to what you want without completely changing your whole haircut, which might be the slight change someone needs. You can make them bold, soft, short, long, to the side, and the list goes on.
Also, fringe is so versatile! If you don’t want them down on a day, you can pin them back or work them into your updo. They are here one minute, gone the next — all you have to do is work a little with your styling.
All those different types of fringe mean you can take it slow. It’s super easy to just ease yourself into fringe. Start with the long side fringe then work your way up to the textured straight fringe (like the adorable Jess in New Girl).
Whatever you decide, your Root Salon hair stylist will be with you every step of the way, especially since they’ve probably been practicing since the 4th grade!
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