From side-swept to full-frontal, the fringe is back with a vengeance, as seen on Taylor Swift. However you choose to wear yours, a fringe is certain to make your A-list look this season.

Guy Cammarano, creative and education director at Supercuts, comments on the best way to rock a fringe:

“The fringe has made a huge comeback over the last few years and with a variety of ways to wear it, there is truly something to suit every face-shape and lifestyle.

“The ultimate fringe this season is going to be all about precision, with super straight lines added for high impact.  It can also easily be swept or pinned to the side for more casual days, though it will need regular trims every two to three weeks to keep it looking fresh.

“Supercuts has a no-appointment-necessary policy so you can pop in after college or work to keep your fringe looking its best.

“If you don’t want to go all the way, the grown-up, grown-out, sophisticated fringe is taking the lead in the style stakes too.  Blended into the rest of your layers, this fringe will frame your face beautifully, providing extra wow-factor.

“Ask your stylist to round the edges of the front sections of your hair to give the impression of a grown out fringe. When worn wavy, the fringe will fall seductively over your face to create a gorgeously feminine look designed to tease admirers.

‘Those who prefer side partings don’t need to miss out either, as a grown out fringe swept to the side is bang on-trend.  Again, ask your stylist to round the edges of the front section of your hair and train the fringe by blow drying it forward with a large barrel brush to encourage it to fall forward for a more flattering look.

“Feminine, funky and fashionable with hair down, and super-stylish when wearing hair up, the fringe is quick way to transform your look this season.”

Supercuts believes that good looks cost less. With over 180 salons nationwide, and no appointment necessary, guests can get great advice and style without the high-end price, with haircuts starting from £14.95.  For more information, please visit


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