Start framing your face right with our gallery of bang-on bangs
BY CILLIAN O'CONNOR
[post_ads_2]Other than buzzing your all of your hair off, growing a fringe is one of the few ways you can use your hair to noticeably change the shape of your face. Great for hiding big foreheads, or shortening longer face shapes, a carefully chosen fringe can give a whole new look not just to your hair, but your mug too.
But as with any game-changing styling trick, there’s scope to get it wrong. Like Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men wrong. Or Pete Wentz.
[post_ads_2]To ensure you don’t fall foul of the fringe, there are three things to consider: the length (a long fringe is good for rectangular or oval face shapes; a short one is better for round, squarer types); the volume (reaching high and pushing out; or left to sit close to the forehead); and the shape (rounded, or sharper and angular). Depending on your hair’s texture, density and the way it falls naturally, there’s a style of fringe to suit you.
Take a look through 5 of the best fringe styles below:
Heavy Angular Fringe
Short Afro Hair With Fringe
Source : Fashion Beans