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    I'm thinking about having a thin asymmetrical fringe cut when i next go to the hairdressers. I have chosen this through reading atricles about people with square faces should consider this style of fringe. I've googled this and i can't really find any decent photographs of what an asymmetrical fringe atually looks like. Does anyone know where i can find a picture?
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    The only example I could find is the one at the top of this page- http://www.cobellavideos.com/nuovo.html

    You can always try hair magazines from places like WHSmiths- they're quite likely to have examples of fringes in them.

    Good luck!
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    No problem! I've got one pretty similar and when I asked the hairdresser for it, she knew what I meant.

    (I'm the one on the right- )
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    Careful, you don't want to end up looking like some scenester/poseur. Unless, of course, you do and this is the look you're actually going for.

    I have long hair and have had bad experiences with fringes in the past. Alright, hair grows back, but fringes take longer than you'd think to get to looking anywhere near normal after being mauled by an over-enthusiastic hairdresser.
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    (Original post by sssh)
    I have long hair and have had bad experiences with fringes in the past. Alright, hair grows back, but fringes take longer than you'd think to get to looking anywhere near normal after being mauled by an over-enthusiastic hairdresser.
    Don't I know it :rolleyes:
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    hey hope these help. i saved loads of pictures when i got an asymmetrical fringe!
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    (Original post by faketales)
    hey hope these help. i saved loads of pictures when i got an asymmetrical fringe!
    Oooooooooooooooh!
 
 
 
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