It’s a hot trend in Hollywood right now and has been making waves this month on catwalks across the globe – why are so many girls still reluctant to embrace the blunt fringe?
It’s true that making a drastic change to your hair can be a momentous moment in a girl’s life. Whether you’re contemplating a crop, or switching to a brand new colour, new hair is one of those things that can change your entire mindset, as well as affecting your attitude.
With that in mind, it may come as no surprise that so many girls deliberate over rocking a fringe. Even though the prospect of eventually growing out this style may be off-putting for some, taking the plunge might just reveal a new, edgier you. Still need persuading?
At the Golden Globes this year, Sandra Bullock and Olivia Wilde both debuted their new hair, proving that the blunt fringe is one of those trends that never stops being in style.
Rose Byrne was also spotted early this month sporting a fringe, while Abbey Lee’s platinum blonde do is already being copied by thousands of girls worldwide. Leona Lewis also showed off her take on the blunt fringe at the premiere of Justin Bieber’s new movie.
A blunt fringe works in every season, with any hair-colour, and will immediately reinvent your entire look. Whether you decide to wear it with long hair or a short bob, this season’s fringe is best worn with poker straight, sleek hair. Keep your fringe looking polished with regular trims, and you’re good to go!