Sunday, 10 July 2011

How Did You Do Your Fringe?

Imelda May works this style the best and has brought it to the mainstream


It's a question I get asked whenever I wear my fringe/bangs rolled up so I thought I'd show ya'll my interpretation on how to achieve this look. It can be done on any length of hair as long as the piece of hair to be rolled reaches around your eyeline - so a long blunt fringe, a side fringe or just a long piece of hair from the front of your face would work.

First up is how to create the look from wet; I find this look is a lot kinder on my hair but doesn't have the staying power of the style created from dry hair (I usually have to re-roll it the next day and add some more spray).



The style on dry hair is just as quick to create and takes about two minutes once you've got the hang of the technique. Like I said above it is quite harsh on the hair so I wouldn't recommend doing it too often - plus its a pain to brush out when you want to restyle your hair! Because it has so much back combing the style's staying power is a lot longer and generally can stay in until you want to take it out.


I hope those explanations were easy enough to follow, but if you have any questions just leave me a question below or on my Youtube channel =)

1 comment:

Fraulein Frou Frou said...

Thanks for posting these tuts :-)
I'm forever attempting to create a perfect rolled fringe for myself, yet am forever failing abysmally at it!