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    For those of you with side fringes........

    Right i'll try explain.......I'm getting my hair done next week and basically I want a deeper side fringe. My fringe at the moment has grown abit long so I usually just sweep it across but it always looks too thin and I want it to have abit of Umphh!! I was thinking of pulling more across from the back but then my other side will be too thin and not look right =/ (I tried backcoming it underneath but it looked naff so I usually just do the top) and i dont want loads of short layers because it thins the bottom out too much but im thinking i might have to if i want it bigger =/ and cut it shorter too because its now waist length...

    How do you do it????

    I'm thinking something like this....(i cant find proper photos and dont want to put them up of my friends haha)



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    You need to have your fringe sort of drawn more from towards the back of your head if that make sense?
 
 
 
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