I don’t know about you, but I am one of those I love my fringe, I hate my fringe, I love my fringe, I hate my fringe kind of people. So I am forever getting a fringe, then deciding that I am bored and need a change.
If you have ever graced your head with the presence of a fringe then you know how difficult and moreover, annoying it is to grow out when you don’t like it anymore. I am here to give you some top tips on growing out a fringe in style as growing it out can be a huge pain in the ass.
Depending on how you want the end result to look will depend on how you grow them out so I really only know what I do to keep my hair looking cute. If I want my bangs to eventually taper off the to the side then you are going to want to keep trimming your fringe in the middle only à la Alexa Chung. This will not only keep your hair out of your eyes but when it is long enough, it will be easier to sweep to the sides.
Currently I am trying to create a side fringe so I have my hair clipped back with a bobby pin until it is long enough to take down. When it gets a little longer then I will have the option of having cute little hairstyles instead of a boring clip. Whether it’s keeping it up with a half knot on top of my head or the many different styles of plaits starting at the base of the fringe my hair will get more interesting with every millimetre of hair growth.
It’s a dark few weeks when you decide to grow out your fringe but with commitment I know you can pull through! If in doubt, hair spray my friend. Hairspray. I always use L’Oreal Elnett Precious Oil Hairspray (contains Argan Oil to help with smoothing and shininess) or the Supreme Hold Hairspray.