Fringes Bangs Get Inspired By The Celebrity, Getting a fringe is an instant style statement. It’s like a way to accessorise but with hair. Before you do it though, you should work out what length it should be, if you want blunt-cut bangs, side-swept locks or a peek-a-boo fringe? Are you going to keep your hair long, cut it into a bob when you get your fringe, keep your ‘do curly or straight? Don’t worry, whatever you go for, these gorgeous celebrity fringes below will help you work out exactly the look you want to emulate.
Fringes is one easy way to update your look. When you don’t fancy a full-on chop, but you’re bored of your hair, whether it’s a short fringe or long fringe, the classic cut could be the answer.
But, think properly about which style will suit you as growing out a fringe is not fun and can lead to some pretty dodgy looks. Do you fancy a chunky block fringe like Rihanna and Emma Stone, or is a cropped Lily Collins-style more you? How about a side fringe a la Kerry Washington, or, our personal favourite right now, the parted-in-the-middle fringe worn by Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe?
Carey Mulligan and Emma Watson have both gone for a chic bookish look with a just-above-the-brows chunky fringe, and we rate them. Try to wear these styles to get look as these celebrities. Take a look at our edit of the best celebrity fringes for instant inspiration and then start weighing up which style is best for your face shape.
There’s so many different fringe options for 2016 that we’ve created the InStyle Edit, a round-up of all our favourite celebrity hairstyles with fringes, to make choosing one for you a bit easier. These styles will help you to get new chic look.