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How do you get your fringe just right? - February 17th 2010, 07:58 PM

In all the pictures you see of girls with a nice swooping fringe, it always looks perfect, and curls the right way. But I just can't get mine to go the right way. It just sort of hangs there infront of my eyes. I'd like to get it to swoop from one side to the other, and stay there.

Does anyone have any tips on styling the fringe like this?


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Re: How do you get your fringe just right? - February 17th 2010, 08:58 PM

Mine is mostly because of the way it is cut, if it gets cut wrong then it just gets in my eyes and is annoying. Oh and having a side part helps...

Other than that I just blow dry it and the straighten it and use the straighteners to curl the underneath around and fix the bits that are going the wrong way.

Once you get it right blow it with cold air to set it. I find using hairspray on a fringe just ends up making it look greasy and too stiff, a fringe needs to be able to move or it just looks weird...

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