Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The Fringe/Bang

 So the number one question you may be asking is, if the fringe never really went away, how has it
changed for 2013? The answer is, it hasn’t really. It’s still best worn thick, blunt, and long (sweeping
the top of the eyes preferably).

 The Bob with Bangs:

When we talk about fringed bobs its easy to think of 1920s style cuts like the Louise Brooks. But
while 1920's fashion has been on and off the trend map, short sharp flapper cuts are not on top of the
list this year. Instead it’s about an adaptable bob cut that can be styled in any number of ways, from a
modern effortless look to a ’60's mod bob.

For 2013 the biggest trend for bangs is to pair them with a chin-length or shoulder-length bob.
Models like Karlie Kloss and Edie Campbell have already made the dramatic change to bobbed
hairstyles with bangs, with modern, slightly choppy and textured styles. 


Long Hair with Bangs:

This rather goes without saying: bangs are perfect for hair shoulder length or longer, particularly
when hair is naturally straight or with a slight wave. So while the bob is the most on-trend pairing for
a fringe in 2013, long hair with bangs is still a style to opt for if you don’t want to go for an all-over
shorter hairstyle.

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