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The Fringe

There are many Fringe styles

Many of these Hair fringe shapes and styles at Denny Hairdressing, Manchester


Fringe, also known as bangs, fringes come in different shapes and they’re a great way to change your look. Here are
some of the many fringe shapes and styles we do:


Straight Fringe:


This is the classic fringe style that is cut straight across the forehead. It is a timeless look that we customized to suit your face shape and hair type.


Blunt fringe:


This type of fringe is cut straight across the forehead, It’s a bold and edgy look that works well with straight hair.

Diagonal fringe:

This style involves cutting your fringe on a diagonal, so that it’s longer on one side than the other. It can be a dramatic look, especially if you opt for a longer fringe.


Side-swept fringe:


The fringe is cut at an angle, so it sweeps to one side of the forehead.. A classic fringe style,it can be long or short, depending on your preference.


Wispy fringe:


The fringe is cut with thin, light layers, creating a soft and delicate look. It’s great for adding texture.

Curtain fringe:


The fringe can be parted in the middle or to the side, with longer sections on either side of your parting. It’s a look that works well with long hair..You can definitely use money pieces to highlight your fringe.

Curved fringe:

This fringe is cut with a slight curve, It’s a soft and feminine look that works well with all hair types.

Choppy fringe:

If you’re looking for a more edgy style, consider a choppy fringe. This involves cutting the hair at different lengths to create a textured, uneven look. if want a more edgy look.

Zig-Zag fringe:

For a unique and playful look, consider a zig-zag fringe. This involves cutting the hair in a series of sharp angles to create a jagged, zig-zag effect. so that it has a jagged, edgy appearance. It can be a bold and daring look.

Feathered fringe:

Can add softness and movement to your hairstyle. The fringe is cut in layers, with shorter pieces framing the face and longer pieces blending into the rest of the hair.
No matter what type of fringe you choose, it’s important to keep it trimmed regularly to maintain the shape and style. Try different shapes and styles to find the one that works best for you!

Asymmetrical hair cuts and fringes

can be a great way to add a touch of personality to your style. Remember, the key to great asymmetrical hairstyles is to work with your natural hair texture and face shape.

Consult with a professional stylist to find the right style for you.