How To Hide A Growing Out Fringe
If you have cut your fringe or bangs and are kind of tired of your look, or if you've walked out of the hairdressers feeling positively underwhelmed, read this OneHowTo article on how to hide a growing out fringe. By following some simple tricks, you'll be able to disguise the cut without having to take trip to the hairdresser to fix it.
To hide a growing out fringe, first try to reshape it. This will work if your fringe is long enough: first , wash your hair again and, using a hairdryer and a round brush, try to shape it to counteract the over-growth. For example, if you want to fix a straight fringe, style it so it stays on one side, or vice versa. To finish, use hair straighteners to make you fringe appear a little longer. It's all about trying to achieve the desired shape.
If the above trick doesn't work, because you're fringe is not long enough, try using hair accessories such as tiaras, hairpins, hairclips, turbans, scarves, etc. These accessories are very much in-vogue and can be found to complement endless different styles, great for rocking a different look.
There are some spectacular hairstyles that can be very flattering whilst also concealing a growing out fringe. If your fringe is unruly and difficult to style, you could plait it and clip it back with some hairclips. You could leave the rest of your hair loose or plait it too.
Wearing your hair with a wet look or with the fringe clipped back tightly combined with a bun or a side ponytail, is another way of hiding a growing out fringe and looking as great as ever.
And, of course, the classic ponytails are a great way of hiding a bad haircut. Tying your hair back in a ponytail is simple and very comfortable. For a more fashion-forward look, try fishtail braids. If your fringe is not as grown out as to reach the ponytail, style it backwards and clip it in, you can either pull it tight or leave a bit of volume for a more sophisticated ponytail.
However, if you want the easiest way of hiding your fringe while it's growing out, play with your hair parting. Part your hair to one side, right to the extreme while your hair is wet and make sure you comb your fringe back so it blends with the rest of your longer hair.
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