Call it bangs or call it a fringe, this type of cut never goes completely out of fashion. Whether you have it long and side-swept, or side-swept and choppy, super-short, faux, or cutely elegant like Michelle Obama’s 2013 look, you’ll be in excellent company.
Of course it’s not surprising that Mrs O attracted attention when she showed up at hubby’s 2013 presidential inauguration festivities with her new bangs-style hairdo. She was clearly pleased with it because a photo was tweeted on her new Twitter feed (probably by an aide). And the President was quoted as saying: “I love her bangs. She looks good. She always looks good.”
In essence, bangs or a fringe is created by cutting the front of the hair shorter than the rest of the hair. But there are many different ways that your stylist can approach bangs.
Here are some common cuts:
Fringes are popular with both long and short hairstyles, and for women as well as men, with some of our best-known stars embracing the idea (from Elizabeth Taylor in her role as Cleopatra to the Beatles in their heyday).
Many people try them at some stage in their lives, whether to frame the face, hide wrinkles, or simply because they look good.
If you’d like to change your look, and you think bangs are a good idea, we’ll help you achieve this in a way that will be the best for you. If you want to change your look but don’t want a fringe or bangs, we can help you too.
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