We love these pics of fabulous celebrity fringes for a bit of new season, hairstyle inspiration!
Don’t fancy an entire hairstyle overhaul? Then think about getting a fringe instead – they’re super flattering and hide wrinkles too – who needs a face lift!
Fringes come in all shapes and sizes, which is why they’re so versatile. Whether you choose a side fringe to complement a bob or a blunt fringe to flatter your long hairstyle, they’re the quickest way to transform your look from average to A-list.
For some top tips and hair hacks to help you keep your fringe looking fab at all times then check out our comments from those in the know…
Anyone at any age can carry off a heavy blunt fringe as Kate Garraway demonstrates. Keeping the ends of her hair natural rather than straight helps to soften the look too.
Celebrity hairstylist Andrew Barton says, ‘What’s so good about this length is that it is flexible, versatile and requires little commitment. It is especially good for styling up do’s, ponytails and even easy to clip back if you want to get rid of it’.
A shorter hair cut or fringe will help make your style look fuller, and stronger, and is great for thinning or wispy hair
Kieron Fowles, creative director at Regis, comments: “Kate Middleton’s new fringe is the perfect look for her. A full blunt fringe wouldn’t suit her but this sweeping style that’s blended into the rest of the hair is a fantastic feminine look for the Princess.
Celeb hairstylist of choice, Paul Edmonds, says ‘Curved fringes are de-rigueur!’
We love Heidi Klum’s new fringe. Not too blunt or too whispy, the slightly separated sections make for a care-free, easy breezy look that’s reflected in her loose waves too.
Sarah Harding has chosen a lash-batting fringe to complement her latest look – a platinum blonde bob. Headturning for all the right reasons, the tapered ends stop the style looking too boxy and boyish.
Celebrity chef, Gizzi Erksine, is known for her love of 60s styling and her choppy fringe works beautifully paired with her trademark beehive updo. Ask your hairdresser to feather your fringe around your temples too for a softer finish to your style.
Rita Ora has got naturally thick hair so a blunt fringe could look bouffy. Style it to one side, though, and you’ve got a really flattering hairstyle that frames her features and doesn’t hang down in her eyes.
We love Charlize Theron’s soft, textured fringe that blends beautifully into her crop. It’s harder to wear blunt fringes when you have fair hair so this textured style is a fantastic compromise.
It’s her staple look but for spring, Lily has moved her hairline up a notch, keeping it just above her brows rather than skimming her lashline. More practical now she’s a mum, we love the hair accessory too!
Short styles suit fringes just as much as mid-length hairstyles and bobs. Copy American actress, Robin Wright, and flick yours to one side to stop it becoming a nuisance if you’re in need of a fringe trim.
A quirky way to style your fringe and great for when it’s in the growing out stages, follow Scarlett Johanssan and choose a victory roll to keep your hair in place. You won’t have to worry about unflattering grips and headbands ever again!
You don’t have to keep your fringe in one heavy block. Jennifer Garner parts hers just off centre, flicking it out towards her temples – the perfect fringe option when you’ve got long, layered hair.
Rita Ora’s full and bouncy side fringe graduates perfectly into her wavy bob – fringes don’t always have to be one length!
Actress, Alexis Bledel chooses a softly parted fringe that skims her lashes and kisses her cheekbones to flatter her mid-length look. Be inspired to do the same!
We love Toni Collette’s full fringe and wavy hair combo – very stylish and anti-ageing!
Give your short crop a new look with a soft barely-there fringe like Kris Jenner.
Want to update bland, striaght hair? Then copy Sienna Miller’s latest look and add a long, soft fringe.
Add a soft whispy fringe like Jill Halfpenny for an instant style update.
The First Lady, Michelle Obama, welcomed in 2013 with a new whispy fringe that doesn’t weigh her face down and helps make her bob look super sleek.
We love Anne Hathaway’s crop, especially her asymmetric, eye-skimming fringe that balances out her face shape.
A fuller fringe draws attention to Davina’s killer cheekbones.
Edith Bowman chooses a blunt graphic fringe to complement her choppy box bob plus by keeping her fringe thinner, she manages to avoid the Lego-head look too!
Cropped hair looks great with a fringe as it makes the style look fuller. Follow Gloria Hunniford and try varying tones to give your style even more depth
If you’re wearing your hair wavy, keep your fringe looking natural like Glee star, Lea Michele – a poker straight fringe will look too imbalanced
Side-sweeping fringes suit everyone – keep them just above your eyebrows like Reese Witherspoon
Zooey Deschanel’s casual fringe really softens her updo and makes her style look fresh and young
Long hair doesn’t need lots of layers when you’ve got a fringe as Aveda proves with this striking brunette hairstyle
Charlize Theron works her long fringe into her short crop creating a sleek short hairstyle that flatters her faceshape and draws attention to her eyes and cheekbones – gorgeous.
Twiggy opts for a lightly feathered fringe that’s anti-ageing and suits her flicked out mid-length style
Keira Knightley’s hair might not be cropped anymore but we’re still a fan of her choppy textured fringe!