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    I've been considering a full fringe for quite a while but I can't decide so I thought I'd ask in here. I look roughly like this

    (sorry if that goes huge)
    Would it suit me?
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    I think your current hairstyle suits the shape of your face. Not sure how a fringe would look but it's not like you need it to hide a massive forehead or anything. If it ain't broke don't fix it.
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    (Original post by Malkmus)
    I think your current hairstyle suits the shape of your face. Not sure how a fringe would look but it's not like you need it to hide a massive forehead or anything. If it ain't broke don't fix it.
    agreed

    if you got a straight across fringe, I think you'd suit a more whispy light one, though.
    I find they're a bit of a pain to be honest..
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    I think a more defined side fringe would suit you better with maybe some layers at the top. Just my opinion though.
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    I personally think the fringe would suit you! I think your face is long enough to suit a thick blunt fringe.
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    Yes, it would suit you.
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    I think a heavy side fringe would look better
    Your hair looks like it has a natural wave in it, so a blunt fringe might be quite high maintainance. I reckon something like this would look nice -



    Admittedly not the best photo of the girl, but you get the idea.

    Yours would obvs go in the opposite direction as your parting is on the other side
 
 
 
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