9 Ways to Change Up Your Look With These Simple Hair Tweaks

Amy Lawrenson
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When it comes to having a fringe, it may seem like it requires serious commitment, but it can be super versatile. You just need to know how to style your fringe in few different ways so you can shake up your look depending on your mood. Before we talk about switching things up, let’s all get on the same page when it comes to basic fringe styling. 

Indira Schauwecker, Toni & Guy's creative director, reveals that “freshly washed hair is best for fringes,” so even if you’re not washing all your hair, a quick rinse of your fringe will give it a boost. And you can’t hang around when it comes to styling a fringe either, “As soon as you step out of the shower, the first thing you need to do is grab your hairdryer and blow-dry your fringe forward. Fringes dry much quicker than the rest of your hair, so the longer you leave it, the harder it is to style,” she warns.

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On hot days, fringes can flag, which is why you need a small dry shampoo and a brush on your person at all times. “Spray on some dry shampoo and brush backwards, this will instantly refresh the fringe and add volume,” advises Schauwecker.

Got curly hair? Use a sea salt spray to achieve a more natural, beachy type fringe.”

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Now we all know how to style a fringe and keep it looking fresh throughout the day, keep scrolling to find out how to style your fringe differently depending on your mood.

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