Hairstyles for a grown out curtain fringe
As soon as I came back from Brussels I fancied a change and I wanted to leave behind my time abroad, so what did I do? Bangs!
4 weeks later I’m regretting this decision so bad. Now it’s grown to an awkward length hard to style… but not impossible.
Use a bandana
Bandanas are the best solution, especially during summertime. They are cool, they keep away the fringe and they are available in so many colours and patterns. Zara and Asos always have nice options.
Plus, you can also use your bandana tied up around your neck to elevate a simple outfit. If you are wondering how some people, like Negin Mirsalehi, always manage to seem effortlessly chic, read the best practise I’ve identified.
Little front braids
Sorry if they are not called “front braids”, but I mean two little simple braids secured at the end with two bobby pins. Then, I make sure to use a hairspray, such as L’Oréal Elnett, to make hair stay in place all day.
Sometimes I do a messy bun but it doesn’t look right on me and I love more polished looks to hide my grown out fringe.
Have you ever had a fringe? Have you regretted it?