Fringe hairstyles are having a major moment right now, and it’s easy to see why. Whether you rock long and wispy, short and choppy, or somewhere in the middle, a fringe can instantly add texture and dimension to your mane without much effort. Plus, you can style them in a ton of different ways depending on what look you’re going for. From messy boho vibes to sleek and straight—you can do so much with just a few snips of the scissors. Here are 21 of our favorite standout fringe hairstyles for you to try out!
This full and voluminous curly fringe is all the rage this season. This style gives off major Disney princess vibes and looks best with long hair that’s been layered to give it a more dimensional feel. Keep this look light and wispy by using products that add volume and texture without weighing it down.
Deep Side Part with Soft Curls
Go for a classically relaxed vibe by giving your hair a deep side part and adding a few soft curls to your fringe. If you don’t have naturally curly hair, use a curling iron to create some loose, wavy curls and then brush them out for a more effortless feeling. To complete the look, use a few sprays of hairspray to keep your strands in place.
Asymmetrical Long Bob
If you’re not ready to commit to a full-on fringe, try out this slightly asymmetrical style instead. The long bob look has always been a classic and it looks especially good when paired with a fringe that falls just below the chin. To create this look, ask your stylist for a layered ‘long bob’ cut and add in a long fringe that slightly parts to the side.
Blended Graduated Fringe
This layered and blended look is the perfect option for ladies who have naturally curly hair. Instead of fighting your hair’s natural texture, embrace it by giving yourself a graduated fringe that seamlessly blends with your layers for a more natural look. Use oil-based products to moisturize your curls, as well as a diffuser to add definition and volume.
baby Bangs And Mid Part
If you have longer hair, get in on the fringe trend with a baby bangs look. This style adds just the perfect amount of edge and helps frame the face. Plus, its slightly longer length makes it the perfect way to dip your toe into the fringe trend. Keep this look in place by using a light-hold hairspray or wax.
Feathered Side Swept Bangs
This side-swept feathered style is the perfect way to show off your features and make your eyes pop. This style looks especially good with wavy layered hair, but you