Saturday, 3 August 2013

Faking the fringe: Side-Swept Faux Fringes.

The edge / hits locks pattern is one that keeps coming back, but going for a edge is a dedication that some of us are not prepared to create. That is why this pattern introduced the way for another 2013 locks style, the fake part edge. This locks style does not need the use of scissers to get a fringe: all you need to do is to “manipulate” your locks so that some of it sweeps back and forth across your temple. Voila! Immediate bangs! Numerous fashion runways used this strategy resulting in it to become a pattern of its own. You can couple a faux-side edge with any type of up-do you want from a ponytail to a wet-look chignon, and it can be an excellent way to slimmer your experience form – especially if you have a huge temple – without the need for scissers.

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