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Swept fringe to a full fringe.

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    At the moment my hair is really long at the back and a bit shorter at the sides (not ridiculously cut, it has just grown out that way :mad:) and my fringe (swept from a side parting) is quite long and actually 'blends' into the rest of my hair. I love it like this because I can easily tie it back and I only have it down for school and I just find hair in my face really irritating.

    However, I feel like going back to a middle parting and a full fringe. What's the best way to manage this sort of hair style?

    ****I also want to have it quite a bit shorter- perhaps shoulder length... At the moment I have people asking 'have you straightened your hair?' purely because no amount of straightening with GHDs will tame it...

    Should I have long hair with a full fringe/swept fringe or short hair with a full fringe/swept fringe? D:

    I would post a picture of it's current state but I can't find one which really shows it's hideousness!
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    Get a full fringe. I have one and I love it. You just need to take time in blow drying straight and into place.


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