Fringe Inspiration


Clockwise from top left: Zooey Deschanel, Edie Campbell, Abby Lee Kershaw and Jane Birkin


I go through phases of really wanting a fringe and I'm currently going though one. I also go though phases of wanting a pixie cut but after a few months of short hair I get bored and want long hair again! Above there are some images of people who every time I see them it makes me what to cut my fringe again! Below that is an old picture of me with a fringe taken in March. The problem is I have really fine hair, it's really thin and fluffy and fringes - whilst I tell myself I suit them and they look good - in reality they go really gappy and look stupid and stringy. It doesn't go in a nice gappy way like with the pictures above but in a kinda greasy looking way without trying to sound too gross! Even if I have just washed my hair or used dry shampoo. Oddly enough the rest of my hair looks and feels absolutely clean and normal. They're also a pain to grow out, the last fringe I got cut was in March, loved it for a month, it was starting to grow out so I went for a free trim thinking if it was tided up a bit I'd love it again but the hairdresser trimmed it really weirdly which turned me anti fringe! I tried growing it out in a side fringe but again same problem with the gapping. Maybe I'm just one of those people who can't have a fringe and I just need to learn to accept that. I'm happy with my hair how it is now, there is nothing wrong with it and I don't have to deal with constantly maintaining a fringe and making sure it's not gappy. I just have to keep telling myself if it's not broke don't fix it!

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10.12.10

Fringe Inspiration


Clockwise from top left: Zooey Deschanel, Edie Campbell, Abby Lee Kershaw and Jane Birkin


I go through phases of really wanting a fringe and I'm currently going though one. I also go though phases of wanting a pixie cut but after a few months of short hair I get bored and want long hair again! Above there are some images of people who every time I see them it makes me what to cut my fringe again! Below that is an old picture of me with a fringe taken in March. The problem is I have really fine hair, it's really thin and fluffy and fringes - whilst I tell myself I suit them and they look good - in reality they go really gappy and look stupid and stringy. It doesn't go in a nice gappy way like with the pictures above but in a kinda greasy looking way without trying to sound too gross! Even if I have just washed my hair or used dry shampoo. Oddly enough the rest of my hair looks and feels absolutely clean and normal. They're also a pain to grow out, the last fringe I got cut was in March, loved it for a month, it was starting to grow out so I went for a free trim thinking if it was tided up a bit I'd love it again but the hairdresser trimmed it really weirdly which turned me anti fringe! I tried growing it out in a side fringe but again same problem with the gapping. Maybe I'm just one of those people who can't have a fringe and I just need to learn to accept that. I'm happy with my hair how it is now, there is nothing wrong with it and I don't have to deal with constantly maintaining a fringe and making sure it's not gappy. I just have to keep telling myself if it's not broke don't fix it!

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12 Comments:

At 10 December 2010 at 20:20 , Blogger Steph0188 said...

I got a fringe a fair few years ago now, and HATED it! I think I'd suit one more now, but because of that awfully cut situation- I don't really want to go back. I have a sweeping fringe (When it isn't grown out anyway) and thats enough for me, and I can also part it in the middle for different looks too
x

 
At 10 December 2010 at 21:34 , Blogger Jana and Vanessa said...

Awww it looks so good. Would really like to try that someday.
Keep it up with your blog and thanks for sharing!
All the best
Midnight Couture Girl

 
At 10 December 2010 at 22:07 , Blogger Aimee said...

I think you look gorgeous with bangs! I have a bit of a long fringe right now and I think I'll just let it grow out, but who knows.

By the way, thank you for following my blog! You're such a sweetie.

 
At 11 December 2010 at 01:36 , Blogger LuLu said...

I love this haircut! =)


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At 11 December 2010 at 11:48 , Blogger Molly said...

I think a fringe really suits you! But I know what you mean about the annoying straggle hair. I have thick hair, but I have a cow lick, which is a bit of a faff. I just have a side fringe at the minute, but I'm thinking about trying a full fringe again next time I go to the hairdresser, and these photos have inspired me even more!

I love your illustration by the way! Do you do illustration professionally?

 
At 11 December 2010 at 12:40 , Blogger Pretty Lil Birdie said...

Amazing pics and ♥ing your fringe.

 
At 11 December 2010 at 16:09 , Blogger mariska said...

u r pretty..
:)

xoxo

 
At 11 December 2010 at 16:13 , Blogger Rachel Clare Price said...

I love zoey deschanels hair, I wish mine was like hers, but I have really fine hair also and I'm not sure it would work

 
At 12 December 2010 at 07:31 , Blogger gracey said...

love zooey! love your new hairdo!

 
At 12 December 2010 at 12:11 , Blogger Georgia said...

omg stop it stop it!! All I have talked about this week is a fringe. I want one so badly but am too scared incase I look like 5.

xxxx

 
At 20 December 2010 at 12:03 , Blogger Aubrey. said...

your fringe looks gorgeous!!

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At 26 December 2010 at 13:51 , Blogger Jaggy said...

ohh.. jane birkin looks gorgeous on that photo!

 

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