People often get fringes to make a massive alteration in their style or to hide fiveheads or zits or sometimes, they cut it on their own as a reminder to themselves of who really is in charge.
While in lockdown, many of those seeking a change have given themselves a fringe or are deciding on one. Here are the different styles that you can try:
Fringes on the side demand the least bit of maintenance and attention. Effortless and chic, the side fringes suit all face shapes. These fringes are most favoured by first-timers. Deepika Padukone carried the side-fringed look in the initial days of her career.
Long fringes look magnificent when loosely parted in the middle. Among the veteran Indian actresses, Parveen Babi has sported the parted fringe. Dakota Johnson has also inspired many youngsters to try out the parted fringe look in the recent past.
Micro Fringes do not touch your forehead like the others. They’re usually an inch shorter or so. Emma Watson and Bella Hadid famously pulled off this style back in 2018.
Fringes, when curled add glamour and drama and guarantee a more pronounced look. While this style was most popular among the yesteryear fashionistas, actresses like Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Reese Witherspoon are bringing it back.
Pixie Cut Fringes
Actresses are no longer restricted to long hair only. Many of them are cutting it short and how! The shorter haircuts are often mingled with fringes giving them a gorgeous and refined look. Anushka Sharma in PK was seen wearing a fringed pixie look.
(Contributed by Deblina Munshi)