Margot is bringing bangs back

Margot is bringing bangs back
We're not going to lie, Margot Robbie is giving us all total fomo with these fresh bangs. Well, we say fresh but she debuted those bangs back at the Oscars red carpet in April.
So, the question is ...to chop in a fringe or not? 
We all know that feeling of trying to grow out a fringe, it's hard work. However we are absolutely loving the French girl fringe right now. The grown out, centre-parted look is where it's at. Ideal for anyone trying to grow out a full fringe or if you're wanting to try a more subtler looking fringe.
The french fringe is amazing at lifting the cheekbones and giving the face more structure. Meanwhile, it’s so full of texture it creates a fuller look... fab for all you finer haired gals, giving the illusion of thicker hair.
Put the scissors down and don't cut it in your fringe yourself. Rule number one of getting a fringe is definitely don't DIY, regardless of whether you're feeling optimistic or not, you'll regret it. period.
When styling a fringe like this, you want to be careful not to overly round the shape- leaving the rest of the hair loosely tousled. Adding in a soft beach wave will totally elevate your look! Use your hur.iron slants to add in the perfect wave.
Be sure to send us pictures of your French girl fringe over on our insta page
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xoxo

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