Like: Reese Witherspoon
Long, side-swept fringes frame the face beautifully. This look is best when your hair is layered around your face.
Soft and choppy
Like: Naomi Campbell
Soft and sultry, a choppy fringe can be worn to make a statement or drawn away from the face for a 70’s mood. This style works best on those who have naturally textured tresses, but a dab of wax will create a similar effect.
Like: Taylor Swift
For anyone wanting to test the waters, this style is the perfect set of training wheels. It’s long enough to tuck back behind the ears or pull in a ponytail, but the length still draws attention to your eyes and frames your face.
Like: Carly Rae Jepsen
Here’s a full-on statement fringe. Have your stylist cut your fringe from the top of your head, so that your hair creates an even waterfall effect.
Like: Jessica Biel
Straight fringes are best for those with heart or oval-shaped faces. Cut your fringe while the hair is dry to see exactly how it’ll fall – we love this brow-skimming length. Ask your stylist for a super-thick fringe and get ready to show off this standout style.