A fringe can work wonders to change your image without doing anything too dramatic to your hair and it can ease you into a new style without taking the plunge straight away.
2010 has been a great year for following fringe trends, from Kate Moss following the very popular ‘Catwalk’ fringe being shown at London Fashion week, to newly married Katy Perry dropping her cute image to take on full popstar stardom with a short blocked fringe and jet black hair.
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The Side-Swept Fringe: If you have long hair and are thinking about having a fringe this is a good way to ease yourself in, as seen on Sherlock Holmes actress Rachel McAdams.
The Cleopatra Fringe: This block fringe finishes just above your eyebrows, if you have a oval or square shaped face this is great for making a statement, as seen on ‘California Girl’ popstar Katy Perry.
The Blocked Fringe: This classic fringe is great for showing off your facial features, and works well with long or short bobs, as seen on ‘All Night Long’ X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke.
The Catwalk Fringe: This fringe starts nearer to the crown than the forehead and is very popular on this year’s catwalks, as seen on supermodel Kate Moss.
The Barely There Fringe: Not for the faint hearted, this cute fringe is very short and works best with very short crops, as seen on Harry Potter actress Emma Watson.
The Pixie Fringe: This long layered fringe is great for keeping the feminine look when going for a very short cut, as seen on Factory Girl actress Sienna Miller.